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Via Telegraph.co.uk, a woman was arrested for ‘poking’ a Facebook user. Police deemed that 36-year-old Shannon Jackson violated a protection order – similar to a restraining order – by using the site’s feature to attract the attention of another user. The order previously obtained by the woman who received the poke banned Jackson from “telephoning, […]

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Twellow.com is the Twitter Yellow Pages. Pace Law Library is now listed. Click here to view Pace Law Library Twellow profile. To create an account (to register) is free. User’s profile displays basic information such as a name, a location and a website. Users may post a brief and/or extended biography and they can indicate […]

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On July 11, 2009 Nicole L. Black published an article on LLRX.com titled Five Things Lawyers Should Know About Social Media. Nicole Black is an attorney in Rochester, New York and the founder of lawtechTalk, a company that educates businesses about emerging legal technologies and Internet and Web 2.0 technologies. [S]ocial media is a shift […]

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Pace Law Library on Facebook

Pace Law Library has now a Facebook presence. Become a fan! Find out about our library and what we offer. Participate in our discussions. See our twitter updates. And, of course, let us know what would you like to see on our Facebook page. See you there! Pace Law Library’s Facebook PagePromote Your Page Too

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LinkedIn? Have you heard of it yet? LinkedIn is, yet another, social networking tool that is currently used by over 35 million professionals exchanging information, ideas and opportunities. The difference is that this is more of a professional networking tool. One can sign up for a free account and post a resume, professional achievements, and […]

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Social Networking = Lower Grades?

Law Blog Watch reports on this study of undergraduates done by Ohio State University: Facebook users in the study had GPAs between 3.0 and 3.5, while non-users had GPAs between 3.5 and 4.0. The study authors aren’t ready to say that using Facebook necessarily leads to less studying and hence, lower grades, just that there […]

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Martindale-Hubbell, the premier global network for lawyers is introducing professional networking site for lawyers. Join Martindale-Hubbell Connected, the online professional network– designed exclusively for legal professionals– that leverages the unsurpassed reach of the Martindale-Hubbell database of more than one million lawyers. Expand your professional network– Connect with the people you know and the people your […]

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Law is Cool has a post Law Students Can Network With Lawyers, discussing Facebook, Jurafide, LawLink, and one of the latest Lawyrs, which is a platform intended to be specifically for lawyers and law students. The ability to dialogue and network with legal professionals from 128 countries (although mostly American and British) is fascinating. They […]

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JURIST has launched an official page on Facebook, the rapidly-growing social networking portal. JURIST writes: The page is designed to give our US and worldwide audience a space in which to share their JURIST experiences and their common interest in the legal news and commentary that we offer every day. After more than a decade […]

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Legal Talk Network posted yet another great episode, this time about social media and law firms. Bloggers and co-hosts, J. Craig Williams and Bob Ambrogi welcome Brian Carter, keynote speaker and Director of Search Engine Marketing (PPC), SEO, and Social Media at Fuel Interactive and Heather M. Milligan, Director of Marketing at Barger & Wolen […]

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