It's Not Your Father's Web Site: Lawyers in the Blogosphere
It might seem hard to differentiate Weblogs from their well-known but more static cousin, the traditional Web site. Nonetheless, blogs are different—and in ways that hold powerhouse promise for legal professionals, from marketing your expertise to supporting client relationships. Plus: "A Cyber-Coffee Shop for Lawyer-Bloggers" and "A Full-On Research Tool to Illuminate a Practice Area."
By Sarah Kellogg
Ethics and Lawyer Blogs
So far, there's not much direction on the legal ethics of blogging. But advisory opinions surrounding e-mail and Web sites provide groundwork for what to anticipate.
By William E. Hornsby, Jr.
How to Start Your Own Weblog And Make the Most of It
If you've been intrigued by the possibility of starting a blog, what's the holdup? Here are the basics demystified—from setting up to building traffic to managing blog swarms. Plus: "Finding and Monitoring Law-Related Blogs" and "Publicity in Real Space."
By David W. Opderbeck
Between Lawyers Roundtable: The Future of Legal Blogging
Five pioneers give the scoop on the current state-of-the-art and what to expect down the road. An exclusive discussion among lawyer-bloggers Denise Howell, Dennis Kennedy, Tom Mighell, Martin Schwimmer and Ernest Svenson.
NEW! The Blogger Diaries
Stepping onto the Cutting Edge
It took about 10 minutes for lawyer Andrew W. Ewalt to set up a Weblog. Sounds easy—but what happens after that? The first installment in a series that will track his blogging adventures for a year.
By Larry Bodine
LPM Central Section news and events.
Chair's Message: Mark Robertson talks technology and sends thanks to all.
Section Events Calendar
How to Make Your Weblog Work
By Rick Klau
What's Up Doc? Hot Spots to Watch
The rise of litigation boutique, plus media and health-care practice booms.
By Robert W. Denney
Media: How Did They Do That?
What an underdog litigant did to undermine a major merger.
By Richard S. Levick
Taking a broader view of art in the law office.
By Merrilyn Astin Tarlton
How solos can beat the fear of isolation—or how not to be lonely.
By Bill Gibson