It’s Christmas on Monday for LexBlog Network members

LexBlog blog publishing platform upgrades

LexBlog Network members have been asking for features and updates to our blog publishing platform. We listened. LexBlog is delivering a system-wide update of your blog publishing platform this weekend. We will be updating our servers at the same time, providing greater speed, security and stability. As with presents under the tree, LexBlog Network members … Continue Reading

Emory Law School gets students blogging early with innovative new class

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This January, Emory Law School started a class devoted to blogging in the legal profession. It’s a great initiative that’s getting law students thinking about how to best communicate themselves through blogging early. I spoke with Jennifer Romig, the teacher behind the class, and she was kind enough to answer questions about the class and … Continue Reading

Top 10 in Law Blogs: Rideshare Drivers, Tinder IP, Wrestler Concussions


As could be expected, the Anthem hack continues to be a major topic of expectation—but beyond that, there are interesting results from the SEC’s look at cybersecurity. Also, over on LXBN, Zosha writes on three key considerations after the Supreme Court of Canada effectively legalized assisted suicide. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 214. … Continue Reading

Wash, Rinse and Repeat

Friends key to relationships

“Clients become friends and friends become clients. Wash, rinse and repeat.” This from LexBlog Network member Deborah Wood DuBois, Senior Marketing Strategist at Minneapolis’ Winthrop & Weinstine, commenting on Facebook to my post yesterday on how to begin networking as a professional on Facebook. The point being that networking on Facebook nurtures relationships and friendships. So timely … Continue Reading