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Legal Technology for Students and Practitioners

Using social media & the internet to promote your law practice

Who to Follow

Follow these Law Tech innovators and leaders (Twitter, LinkedIn). To follow someone on LinkedIn, click and select "follow." You do not need to "connect" to follow someone on LinkedIn; you just need a LinkedIn account.

Margaret Hagan: lawyer and head of Legal Design Lab at Stanford University

@margarethagan   Margaret Hagan

Bob Ambrogi: media and technology lawyer, tech writer, journalist at, blogger at LawSites and

@bobambrogi   Robert Ambrogi

Sabrina I. Pacifici author of ® and beSpacific; expert on legal and internet research and technology topics.

@LLRX & @beSpacific   Sabrina I.P.

Sarah Glassmeyer is an ABA Legal Rebel, lawyer, librarian, techie and open law evangelist.

@sglassmeyer   Sarah Glassmeyer

Tim Wu: law professor specializing in internet law, see net neutrality

@superwuster   Tim Wu

Irene Mo is a legal technology expert specializing in privacy, data protection, and information security issues.

 @imokx   Linkedin 

Start slow with a few accounts. This will lead you to many, many more which you can add as your comfort level with social media increases. For additional ideas, check out