About two years ago, I embarked on a path to start blogging about eminent domain issues. At the time, I didn't read a lot of blogs (OK, I probably didn't ready any blogs). I also had little idea where the path would lead me, and I certainly had no clue what it might mean for my practice.
Now, I follow several other blogs and have a much better sense about how it all works. So much so, apparently, that I've been asked to sit on a panel at an upcoming PLI Conference Lawyers' Guide to Using Social Media for Professional and Client Development 2012. Truth be told, I'm inclined to think that all the really good bloggers are too busy to attend such an event, but I'm choosing to block that thought process in favor of being honored to be included in the program.
I think -- and hope -- that the program will provide some good insights as to why attorneys could benefit from blogging and many other forms of social media. If you're an attorney and you're thinking about these issues, you may want to look into it. There's still time to register.
Rick Rayl is an experienced litigator on a broad range of complex civil litigation issues. His practice is concentrated primarily on eminent domain, inverse condemnation, and other real-estate-valuation disputes. His public ...
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