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"The Future of Legal Blogging"

The ABA has published  Between Lawyers Roundtable: The Future of Legal Blogging, a good summary of the discussion that occurred recently at Between Lawyers.  It covers these questions:

  • What is the current landscape for legal blogging?
  • What are the three biggest benefits of blogging for lawyers?
  • Should every lawyer and law firm have a blog?
  • Do you think blogging is overhyped?
  • What makes a legal blog successful or unsuccessful?
  • Let’s expand on some earlier thoughts about what will be more important in the future. Will it be RSS, blogs or collaborations among bloggers?
  • Will you be blogging in five years?
  • How, if at all, will blogging change the practice of law?
  • Ernie, Do You Want to Wrap Up This Discussion for Us?

Those contemplating getting into legal blogging can learn quite a bit from this discussion.  Very helpful.

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