I will be speaking tomorrow about Blogging at Social Media for Lawyers II tomorrow at New York Law School.
Here is an outline of the topics I will be discussing:
- Chris Anderson, Free and it relation to legal blogs;
- Chris Brogan, Trust Agents and how it relates to how lawyers write on the web.
- Why blogs are powerful;
- How to get started with your blog;
- Discussion of WordPress, themes and widgets;
- Thoughts on what to write on your blog;
- Ideas on how to draw traffic.
Social Media for Lawyers II (CLE)
October 14, 2009
Social media has become a part of the legal landscape. An understanding of Twitter, Face Book, Linkedin and blogs have become critical for understanding clients and their issues as well as emerging as a potent form of marketing and valuable research tools. These sessions will offer a unique and highly target look at social media. A panel of legal experts who have become leaders in the social media arena will offer hands on sessions as well as leading sessions on the inherent risks, limitations and potential vulnerabilities and liabilities of these social media tools.
Session 2: Blogs, Facebook, Linkedin For Lawyers
Registration is available for one or both sessions, and a total of 6 CLE credits will be available, pending accreditation by the CLE Board of the NYS Bar. Financial assistance for these seminars is available upon request.
Registration: For Day 2 Only: $75
Frederic Abramson, Esq. Attorney, Blogger, Social Media Practioner
Deena Burgess, Esq. An attorney specializing in issues relating to social media and technology as well as the representation of entrepreneurs
T.C. Coleman, Esq. Lawyer, Marketing Strategist, Blogger, CEO Upward Action LLC
Roman Fichman, Esq.Frederic Abramson, Esq. Attorney, Blogger, Social Media Practioner
Michael Grygiel, Esq. Chair, Media and First Amendment Law Practice, Hiscock & Barclay; Chairman, NYS Bar Association’s Committee on Media Law
Ronald Minkoff, Esq. Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz, LP; In 2009, he was named a New York-area “Super Lawyer” for Professional Liability
Eric Robinson, Esq. Staff Attorney, Media Law Resource Center; Blogger, Citizen Media Law Project
Cameron Stracher, Esq. Professor of Legal Writing and Publisher, Law Review, New York Law School; Author; Fmr. Litigation Counsel, CBS