Thursday, September 6, 2007

Law Firm Blog Policy - Points to Consider

Kevin O'Keefe of LexBlog Blog put together a great of list of points to consider as part of a law firm blog policy: Law firm blog policy : Points to consider.

With "blawgs" the big issue to consider is the ethical limitations imposed on lawyer expression. Most states have vague policies on blogs, whether they constitute advertising and the implications of getting unsolicited information from clients and parties adverse to your clients.

Kevin is a great evangelist for lawyers blogging. I drank his Kool-Aid and created my own legal blog: Real Estate Space [].


  1. Good to hear you're drinking the kool-aid Doug. And nice job on blogging ILTA - we need more folks drinking the live blogging legal tech events cool-aid.

  2. I agree that this is a great platform to capture and reference notes and will be experimenting with blogging and wikis. The sites you reference on Wikis in Plain English and RSS in plain English were both educational and entertaining. We should borrow from this method and put together instructional videos in the Firm to educate people on topics like KM.


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