Law students: Get blogging

, The National Law Journal

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There has been a rising controversy about the utility of a traditional law school education. Lawyers finish school prepared to think like lawyers, but are they prepared to develop business and survive in a competitive economy?

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  • Mitch Jackson- 2009 Orange County Trial Lawyer of the Year :-)

    With more than 26 years of successfully building my own practice and new client relationships, I can comfortably report it’s about “connecting” with others. It’s all about learning how to ROAR! Social media allows you to do just that. I think it’s great that students are using The Naked Lawyer eBook as part of the course as niche, personal brand, social media and lifestyle are key success elements. All are extensively discussed in an original and up-t-date fashion in The Naked Lawyer book”. Be real and sometimes, even naked. Enjoy the journey, help others and good things will happen in your legal careers!

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