Twitter: A Legal Startup’s Secret Weapon

Carl Cecere
Technology has smoothed the path for new legal businesses, making it possible to collaborate and compete in ways that were not previously possible.

Technology has smoothed the path for new legal businesses, making it possible to collaborate and compete in ways that were not previously possible.

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It has never been easier to create and develop legal startups. In innumerable ways, technology has smoothed the path for new legal businesses, making it possible to collaborate and compete in ways that were not previously possible. One technological force has proven the secret weapon of the legal startup: Twitter. With tweets limited to 280 characters, the famously terse social media platform has burgeoned into the world’s largest virtual marketplace of ideas.

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