#Legalchat Topic 9/27 @ 11 am Mobile Apps for Legal Professionals

Smartphone AppsJoin the #legalchat group on LinkedIn and vote for your favorite mobile device for productivity and let’s talk about mobile apps for legal! Don’t miss it – Friday Sept 27th at 11 am ET. Tell a colleague to join in!

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#Legalchat – Topic – Your Choice or #SOPA? – Jan 20

This week we are discussing topics of your interest regarding legal technology, social media and business development in the legal industry!  OR #SOPA.  Bring your questions for a lively chat Friday @ 11 am ET.

#Legalchat – Topic – Your Choice! – Jan 13

This week we are discussing topics of your interest regarding legal technology, social media and business development in the legal industry! Bring your questions for a lively chat Friday @ 11 am ET.

#Legalchat – Topic – It’s 2012 – What Are Your New Years Resolutions for Your Practice? – Jan 6th

It’s 2012! Happy New Year All! Join us Friday @ 11 am ET where our guest moderator @debdobson will guest moderate this week’s topic – What Are Your New Year’s Resolutions for Your Practice?  With all the recent technology changes, social media’s, legal education issues and demands of clients, what is your top priorities of focus for 2012?

Q’s for Chat:

Q1: What do you wish could have accomplished in 2011 that you didn’t?

Q2: What is your first priority in 2012 to accomplish?

Q3: Does social media or technology advances play a role in your new years resolutions for 2012?

Q4: What do you think will be the primary challenges your practice faces in 2012?

Q5: Do solos or large firms face larger challenges for their practices as a whole?

Q6: What new technologies do you think we will see infiltrate the legal profession in 2012?

Q7: What can you share about what you learned in 2011 regarding your practice and technology?

#Legalchat Topic Sept 30th – Blogging at Firms: Where To Start?

Join us this Friday to discuss the world of Blogging for lawyers, law students and law firms.

Q1: Does your firm have a firm blog, individual attorney blogs, or both?

Q2: What benefits do you see as a result of blogging?

Q3: Do you monitor and analyze blog comments, traffic and ROI to track if clients are reading your blog?

Q4: Do you have dedicated attorneys who blog, ghost writers or is a department tasked with blogging?

Q5: When recruiting law students, do you find they are blogging?

Q6: How do youor yuor firm handle blogs if someone leaves? Who owns the blog?

Legal Apps for the Mobile Attorney and Law Student – Sept. 2nd

Although I’m an iPad fan, we do not have to just talk about iPad Apps for the Mobile Attorney.  Please feel free to join this chat to discuss which apps are legally worth your time for news, productivity, collaboration, etc.

Q1: What apps have you found relevant to your area of practice or study (for law students)?

Q2: What is your favorite app for News consumption?

Q2: What concerns do you have with app security on your iPad?

Q3: What issues do you run into when trying to communicate and collaborate within the enterprise of your firms with regard to apps?

Q4: Are you or your firm working on developing an app?

Q5: What mobile device do you prefer for productivity?

Other Q’s welcome!