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State of the AmLaw 200 Blogosphere, June 2009

82, or 41%, of the 2008 AmLaw 200 law firms are now blogging. This number is up from 39 firms, or a 110% increase, since August 2007 when LexBlog released its first State of the AmLaw Blogosphere. The number of blogs being published by these firms has grown more than 200% in that same timeframe,… Continue Reading

Troutman Sanders launches blog as “platform of communication”

In creating their Virginia IP Law Blog, which launched today, AmLaw 100 firm Troutman Sanders wanted it to serve as a "platform of communication" for businesses and professionals on intellectual property issues and questions. This is a prime example of how a dynamic blog is different from a static firm site and why that difference… Continue Reading

Epstein Becker & Green Law Firm carving out niches in blogosphere

Epstein Becker & Green, an AmLaw 200 firm and one of the most respected firms in the country, has consistently proven how effective blogging can be for large firms. The firm most recently launched their non-compete blog, the EBG Trade Secrets & Non-Compete Blog. This blog joins four other Epstein Becker & Green blogs on… Continue Reading

The state of the AmLaw 200 Twittersphere

That’ll be the next report we’ll need to put together at LexBlog. That’ll be in addition to our regular State of the AmLaw 200 Blogosphere. I’m sure there are other large law firms who have jumped on Twitter, Australia’s Deacons comes to mind, but Hinshaw & Culbertson, a national law firm with 475 lawyers in… Continue Reading