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Why Lawyers Should Participate In Social Media

Legal Knowledge Manager David Hobbie first started looking into blogs and wikis for managing knowledge within his firm, but these tools have proved useful for his own career too.

David blogs about knowledge management for the International Legal Technology Association and has his own blog, Caselines. He has more followers on Twitter (@kmhobbie) than his firm has.

Watch the video to find out why social media for lawyers is an important tool, and stay tuned to the very end to find out the biggest perk of being on social media. And don’t forget to find JDCOT on your favorite social network – see the social media logo links at the top-right of this page.

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Today’s Guest

Legal Knowledge Manager David HobbieLitigation Knowledge Manager David Hobbie
Title: Litigation Knowledge Manager, Goodwin Procter
City: Boston, MA
Law School: University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI
College: Oberlin College in Oberlin, OH
Other Careers: David practiced commercial litigation at large and small firms before going into knowledge management. He also blogs about knowledge management for the International Legal Technology Association and has his own blog, Caselines.
Twitter: @kmhobbie
 

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