Best Law Blog Publications of 2015 – LexBlog Member Webinar on November 18


Next week, we’re treating members to another exclusive webinar. As 2015 nears a close, we tackle the “best of” – blogs that topped our list as well as the tactics you should try! About “Best Law Blog Publications of 2015″ Webinar In this 30-minute webinar, Colin O’Keefe, Zosha Millman, and I recognize the top publications from 2015 and … Continue Reading

Facebook referral traffic plummets. Ought lawyers worry?

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Though referral traffic from Facebook to third party sites may be plummeting, lawyers using Facebook may have little to worry about. As reported over the weekend by Lucia Moses of Digiday, referral traffic (desktop + mobile) to the top 30 Facebook publishers plunged 32 percent from January to October. The bigger the publisher, the heavier … Continue Reading

Top 10 in Law Blogs: Drone Delivery, Unfriending, Mobile 5G


Whew, this is a late one. But as always, we’re here nonetheless. Right off the top, Mark Connot of Fox Rothschild has an interesting piece on whether or not delivery by drone is really going to be a reality anytime soon. And then, we have some Monday staples from Lee Beck and Peter Mahler. Total … Continue Reading

Transportation, Fiduciary Litigation and International Trade: New Blogs Joining the LexBlog Network


The largest law firm blog network continues to grow and grow—that being Fox Rothschild’s, of course. They have two new additions, but that’s not all for us, as another Am Law 200 firm in Winstead also rolls out another blog. Let’s start with them, actually. The Texas Fiduciary Litigator from Winstead joins our network this … Continue Reading

Traditional legal academic publishing to tumble?

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Academic publishers have long held a stranglehold over academics and their institutions, requiring academics to research, write, and edit for a publishers’ journals while turning around and selling the journals to the academic institutions at exorbitant prices. Mathew Ingram (@mathewi) writes at Fortune that we may be seeing some cracks in the system. In nothing … Continue Reading