Social Networking in Law Firms (at ILTA) | Knowledge Management

ILTA – August 26, 2008 1:30 pm

There are so many great presentations at ILTA.  And sometimes two that you’d like to attend are happening at the same time.  That’s the case here.  I’d love to have seen this presentation, but needed to attend a different one. 

I hope that Doug Cornelius at KM Space or David Hobbie at Caselines (or someone else – maybe noted on Twitter) will cover it.   

From ILTA:

Title: Social Networking – Marketing Boon, Malpractice Nightmare or Simple Boondoggle
Description: The recruiting manager has created a firm FaceBook site.  The marketing director is encouraging all the lawyers to join LinkedIn.  The firm’s general counsel is freaking out over the possible ethic violations and malpractice possibilities.  The older lawyers simply aren’t sure what to do.  The younger lawyers are wondering what all the hoopla is about.  We explore social and business networking, the potential problems and rewards and what you can do about it.
Speaker(s): Jeffrey Brandt – Crowell & Moring LLP
Learning Objectives: Explore social networking and analyze the driving force behind it. 
Learn the differences between social and business networking.

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