New Lawyer Networking Site Promises to Deliver All the Crappy Things the Other Ones Did
A newly launched networking site for lawyers has promised to provide all the crappy features that every other failed lawyer networking site provided, according to organizers behind the launch.
LawBubbler, a new professional networking site for lawyers, currently allows any lawyer to join and create a profile with a professional picture. Once a member, lawyers can “hook up” via LawBubbler’s “hookers” function. LawBubbler also plans to add a question and answer forum, a repository for forms, and practice area “groups” for discussion. The founders also were quick to add that they are adding “a buttload of caselaw to the mix.”
“Basically, we’re replicating all the other failed crap out there with the hope that it sticks this time,” said Reagan Partridge, a lawyer and one of the three principals behind the site. “It’s gotta work one of these times. We just hope LawBubbler is the one that does”