LexBlog Product Roadmap Webinar On Wednesday

LexBlog product roadmap

We’re hosting from LexBlog in Seattle a 30 minute product roadmap webinar on Wednesday. Beginning at 10 AM PT (1 PM ET), we’ll share details on product development during 2015 and our product roadmap for 2016. Originally scheduled for LexBlog Network members, we’ve opened the webinar to the public because of the interest being expressed … Continue Reading

Top 10 in Law Blogs: Motivating Lawyers, Employee GPS Tracking, Keeping the House


Listen, we know—motivating a team of lawyers to write content for a blog isn’t the easiest thing in the world. Nor is motivating yourself. Today, Lindsay Griffiths has some good tips on getting everyone going. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 189. Labor Department Announces Plan to Find Joint Employment — in All Directions … Continue Reading

Are your law firm’s leaders using Facebook to engage younger professionals?

Law firms Facebook

Law firm managing partners and other law firm leaders are largely absent from Facebook — at least as a means of connecting and engaging with younger professionals. Younger profesdionals including lawyers and other legal professionals at their firm. Perhaps not the perfect example, but Cambodian journalist, Bopha Phorn (@bophaphorn) reports that 63-year old Cambodian Prime … Continue Reading

Top 10 in Law Blogs: Marijuana Delivery, Manufacturing Compliance, Reasonable Accomodations


Seattle prides itself on being politically progressive—and on being innovative. At the intersection of those two things we have, what else?, marijuana delivery—and it may be coming to Seattle soon. Daniel Shortt writes on that in the Top 10 today. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 197. How Fictional Is John Grisham’s Novel About a Will … Continue Reading

LinkedIn new mobile app increasing referral traffic to blogs

LinkedIn referral traffic

I shared earlier this week that third party publishers, including bloggers, are seeing a big jump in referral traffic from LinkedIn. By sharing their posts in status updates, as opposed to publishing on LinkedIn, third party publishers are getting their posts seen in LinkedIn’s content curator, Pulse, and in LinkedIn users’ feeds. The Business Insider’s … Continue Reading