Why your lawyer’s not a social media ninja

Let me start with a confession. It took me a while to “get” Twitter. The first time I tried it (which I think was 2008), I just used it to consume information. It wasn’t great for a number of reasons – firstly, I didn’t put a lot of time in to work out who toContinue reading “Why your lawyer’s not a social media ninja”

Can you quit your job?

I got an email from Linkedin last week, letting me know that 80+ people in my network had changed jobs last year. Now aside from the fact I love these type of analytics, the email made me stop and pause for a number of reasons, not least because I myself shifted jobs. The trend thatContinue reading “Can you quit your job?”

The Great Commodity Debate

Fascinating debate over the last month on the Linkedin group “Leadership for Lawyers” on Mike Ames’ discussion “Is the law becoming a commodity, and if it is, what can be done about it?”. One of the things that immediately struck me about the comment, was the implication that commoditisation was a bad thing, and somethingContinue reading “The Great Commodity Debate”