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communication

“Send me a postcard, drop me a line . . .�

November 14, 2008

The following is a fictionalized account of a conversation between the plaintiff’s attorneys in Illinois Central Railroad Co. v. Broussard, No. 2007-CA-01010-COA (Miss.Ct. App. Sept. 30, 2008), as reported at 24 Lawyers’ Manual 535 (Oct. 15, 2008). Associate: You know that asbestos case we filed a couple of weeks ago? Partner: You mean Broussard? Yeah, […]

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“Send me a postcard, drop me a line . . .� is a post from the law firm marketing blog, Lawyerist.com

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Lawyerist.com: X-treme networking in Second Life

October 16, 2008

Like you, I get many solicitations to join bar associations and sections and attend CLE seminars. County bar, state bar, ABA – one could easily make a full-time job out of bar activities. Now I’ve learned that there is a bar association that exists almost entirely in cyberspace: the Second Life Bar Association. Second Life, […]

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Lawyerist.com: Texting clients – r u 4 real?

September 23, 2008

You see them everywhere: heads bowed, thumbs flying, oblivious to the things they’re about to walk into. They’re people texting friends and family on their cell phones, the communication method du jour, favored by the under-30 set (although the rest of us are not immune). Read this article over at Lawyerist.com >

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