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October 28, 2008


Lisa Solomon

To answer your question concerning whether social media is "worth it" for lawyers, Collin O'Connor Udell (who I "met" through Twitter; you can find her at http://twitter.com/collinudell) was retained to file a Supreme Court brief (opposition to cert petition) as a result of a contact she made through Twitter.

I have obtained clients for my consulting practice (Legal Research & Writing Pro) and customers for my gift products business (The Billable Hour Co.) who first met me through Twitter.

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