[Open-Legislation] Communication for legal professionals

Jörn Erbguth joern at erbguth.net
Tue Nov 12 13:34:21 UTC 2013


there is a statistic that 20% of German lawyers are at Xing:

http://ralfzosel.de/blog/jeder-fuenfte-rechtsanwalt-bei-xing (in German with
some further hints)


Maybe that is some help to you?


Best regards




Von: open-legislation-bounces at lists.okfn.org
[mailto:open-legislation-bounces at lists.okfn.org] Im Auftrag von Clemens Wass
Gesendet: Dienstag, 12. November 2013 11:10
An: open-legislation
Betreff: [Open-Legislation] Communication for legal professionals


Dear all,


I was wondering how legal professionals are communicating and if you see any
changes coming? What is your perception? 


- I assume a traditional website and e-mail communication are still the most
important means of communication, right?


- Do you use social networks like LinkedIn or even Facebook? And if so, for
which purposes (communication with colleagues, discussions, marketing/having
a profile for potential clients)? How important are such networks to show
your competencies etc.?


Looking forward to your thoughts!









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