Are legal scholarship and commentary currently hindered by antiquated publishing platforms? Law reviews seem to be increasingly irrelevant, but valuable legal content still needs a way to reach its target audience. Dennis and Tom dig into this topic by examining the state of legal publishing and discussing which platforms legal content creators should consider as they move into the future. Later, Dennis and Tom discuss whether law firms should ask their employees to return to the office in another edition of their “Hot or Not?” segment.
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Mentioned in This Episode
A Segment: Blog, Law Review or Something Else
- A Case Can Be Made To Replace Law Reviews With Law Blogs | Real Lawyers Have Blogs (lexblog.com)
- Substack – https://substack.com/
- Discord – https://discord.com/
B Segment: Hot or Not – Law Firms Forcing Lawyers and Legal Professionals back into the office
- The Way Back: How Law Firms Are Planning for Post-COVID Office Life | The American Lawyer
- Google’s Plan for the Future of Work: Privacy Robots and Balloon Walls – The New York Times (nytimes.com)
- AmazonSmile: RODE PSA 1 Swivel Mount Studio Microphone Boom Arm: Musical Instruments
- Buy the Best Glass Chair Mats – Tempered & Stylish | Vitrazza
The Ultimate Guide: How to Build Legal Products https://afterpattern.com/how-to-build-legal-products