The Young Lawyer's Competitive Advantage: Social Media

, The Legal Intelligencer


Big law firms can be slow to react to changing technological landscapes. There are many reasons for this and every firm has its favorites: security, time, aging support staffs, time, fear of change and time, just to name a few. And, more times than not, as a young lawyer, your only real option is keep your head down and soldier on. This is not the case with social media. A small effort on your part to build and maintain your presence now could help set you apart from your peers in 10 years.

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