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December 28, 2010


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Great article, Nicole. This answered the question on my mind this week perfectly. Keep the good information coming.


Thank you Nicole for your predictions.

I would like to add a couple of my own: 1) more apps both for use by lawyers and their clients (and general public as a marketing tool) and 2) more virtual law-firm tools (data rooms, file sharing, etc).


Brian Inkster


I have agreed with some and disagreed with others (from a UK perspective I might add) at The Time Blawg:-


We are probably slightly behind you in the UK when it comes to social media and blogging. However, catching up all the time.

Best Regards


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