In a recent case, a law firm billed a corporate client more than $12,000 for 78 separate billing entries related to the game, including one with the notation “Awesome! Played the word QA on a triple letter score to win the game!”
WIthout announcing anything new or remotely different than other crappy social media sites, LawBubbler unveiled its new social media offering last week.
An Alabama lawyer has received one of the top legal awards for professional excellence because of extensive tweeting, a bar association trade magazine reported Wednesday.
Quorpus, a new social media site aimed at lawyers, is being heralded as the next blah blah blah, yadda yadda, etc. Lawyers who have beta-tested the site didn’t say much else except that “it’s going to be really big. It’s kind of like Quora except with some pus. Something like that. Hell, I don’t know. I just did a bunch of typing.”
An Iowa family law attorney admitted late last week that she purchased an iPad earlier in the month but failed to tweet about the purchase or seek input on apps she should use.
Prior to this morning, most lawyers were three degrees from Rex Gradeless, a recent unemployed law school graduate with a massive Twitter following and apparently not much else.