My latest Web Law Connected column is now posted on Slaw and on JD Supra. The article is titled Lawyer Twitter Practices: 29 Do’s and Don’ts and offers an intemized list of ways lawyers are currently using Twitter. As the title alludes, some of those practices are helping to support the user’s professional reputation, and some are not.
If this is a topic that you’re looking to explore further, I have two additional recommendations. First, take the time to work through the comments at the bottom of the Slaw article. There were a number of great suggestions made there. And second, drop over to Jordan Furlong’s Law21 and read his thoughts on Twitter. There wasn’t much duplication between the two articles, and Jordan’s post addresses a number of issues I didn’t get to.