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When Is Too Much Information Really TMI?

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Even though it’s not January or February or 2012, I have somehow ended up in a future tense edition of the American Bar Association‘s Law Practice magazine. (Don’t worry, this will all make sense in a few days.)

For the January/February 2012 issue of Law Practice, I was asked to, and did, tackle some issues surrounding social media usage, including: generational differences among users; tips for staying safe and sane; and, a consideration of attorneys’ ethical obligations. You can read the full article, here.

But, it’s not just me, waxing poetic about all things legal and social media; no: The January/February edition of Law Practice has been dubbed ‘The Social Media Issue’, and features lots of great posts from various luminaries in the field, too many to mention here. You can read all of the issue’s contents, here.

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