YouTube exploding : Opportunity for independent coverage of lawyers

YouTube for Law Firms

Rather than lawyers and law firms producing video coverage of themselves, YouTube represents an opportunity for lawyers to be included in independent video coverage conducted and produced by third parties. YouTube’s growth is staggering. More than 1 billion unique users visit YouTube each month Over 6 billion hours of video are watched each month —that’s … Continue Reading

Every law student is on law review

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Law students writing on blogs and other social media are contributing valuable legal writing. “Turn on your computer, write a blog post – and you’re an author,” says Andrea Lunsford, Stanford University’s Louise Hewlett Nixon Professor, Emerita. The co-author of the digital-age writing guide Everyone’s an Author, told Angela Beccerra Viderergar (@abecegar) of the Stanford … Continue Reading

Top 10 in Law Blogs: Internet of Things, NY Regulates Virtual Currency, Lobbyists on Committees


If you haven’t noticed, the Internet of things is going to be very big. It’s actually kind of weird we call it that now, because before long, it’ll be part of everyday life—and the NIST, the people behind the much-discussed cybersecurity framework, have taken notice. Scott Loughlin has analysis on that story today. Total posts … Continue Reading