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Blogging Workshop at WI State Law Library

The Wisconsin State Law Library routinely offers a great slate of workshops. Looks like there is a new one coming up in November called, "Using Blogs to Promote Your Law Practice."

Here's the description:

Blogs can be used to inform, communicate and network. How can you use a blog to connect with clients? Learn how attorneys and law firms are using blogs and how easy it is to maintain a web presence without a website, or enhance an existing website. Attend this two hour session to learn how to create and market your blog. Watch a demonstration of how to set up a blog using a popular blogging tool.


What a long way blogging has come; from a thing "geeks" did to a tool that is helping to further the cause of law. Fascinating.

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