The War Against Legal Blogging: Popular Opinion

This is the fourth installment in a series of posts by Myers Freelance about the movement against ghostwritten legal blogs. Earlier posts in this series include: An overview of the movement against ghostwritten legal blogs, Model Rule 7.1 and author bylines, and Model Rule 8.4(c) and authorship. In this post, however, we’re going to move Read more about The War Against Legal Blogging: Popular Opinion[…]

How to Handle Christmas in Your Legal Blog

One of the biggest goals of marketing your law firm online is connecting with a new group of potential clients. The key word here, though, is connecting. If your marketing efforts reach out to new clientele, but then alienate them, it’s a negative in the long run because you’ve both missed the opportunity to bring Read more about How to Handle Christmas in Your Legal Blog[…]

The War Against Legal Blogging: Rule 8.4(c)

This is the third installment in a series of blog posts by Myers Freelance about the movement against legal blogging, particularly the practice of ghostwriting. Here’s the overview of the problem, and here’s our discussion on why ghostwritten legal blogs don’t violate Model Rule 7.1. You didn’t need us to say that lawyers love to Read more about The War Against Legal Blogging: Rule 8.4(c)[…]

The War Against Legal Blogging: Author Bylines and Rule 7.1

This is the second installment in our investigation into legal blogging, and the claims that ghostwriting them is somehow uncouth. You can see our overview of the issue here. Legal blogging is a surprisingly contentious topic, especially when it comes to ghostwritten legal blogs. Keeping up a legal blog is not an easy thing for busy Read more about The War Against Legal Blogging: Author Bylines and Rule 7.1[…]