Panel on Practice Management and Blogging

Last Thursday, I participated in a program on Lawyer Blogging, hosted by the Technology Committee of Philadelphia Bar Association’s Law Practice Management Division. The other panelists were Jocelyn Gabrynowicz and Abbie DuFrayne, of PhiLAWdelphia; Charles Meyer of Fox Rothschild’s Pennsylvania Family Law; and Alex Urevick-Ackelsberg, of Young Philly Politics. We talked about why lawyers might want to blog, and the resulting landscape of legal and practical risks. We even talked a bit about my stagnation thesis.

If you are interested, check out the podcast here. I start talking at about 14 minutes in.

[Update: While you are in the mode for meta-blogging, check out Simple Justice’s good recent post, New Residents of The Blawgosphere ]

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1 Response

  1. Vikram Rajan says:

    Great conversation between lawyers who blog, for different reasons. I’ll review it on my blog soon.

    Its very apropos: Feb 2007’s New York lawyer advertising rules reversed!

    ~ Vik Rajan

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