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Interesting Stuff – July 25, 2009 Edition

It’s Saturday and on this day of each week I publish links to some of the things I’ve come across over the past week that might be of interest to you. These are things that stimulated me in some way related my practice. I’m publishing these links without much comment so you’ll have to click on them if they look interesting to you. Also, each week I’m including a picture I appreciate.

Subpoena information for ISPs – a list of the people to serve when you’re hunting for info on the internet. This was built for law enforcement agencies, but could give you a big head start with your discovery. Check out Jeanne M. Hannah’s post on the topic.

The Law Firm Wave – Canceling Summer Programs – Layoffs, start date deferments, cancellation of summer programs – big things are changing in big law firms. What will the future bring? Heather Milligan provides some answers.

NYT story on marketing small businesses with Twitter.

More on Twitter, by Twitter, Twitter 101 for Business. Twitter is proving to be the new dial tone. Resist at your own detriment.

Not sure where she’s going to go with it, but Elizabeth Ferris is blogging on marketing at Authentic Law Marketing. Her blogroll is largely family law related as is much of her experience. Might prove interesting. Good stuff so far.

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Lee Rosen

Lee Rosen has practiced family law for more than twenty years. With four offices, Rosen Law Firm serves Raleigh, Charlotte, Durham and Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Rosen served as the Law Practice Management Editor of the ABA Family Advocate for more than a decade and received the ABA James Keane Award for excellence in eLawyering. He served as Chair of the Law Practice Management Section of the North Carolina Bar Association, is a frequent speaker and is often sought out by the media as a source of family law insight and commentary.