Most Managing Partners Tolerate Social Media, But Not Many Of Them Are Taking It Very Seriously

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The Managing Partner Forum reports that mid-size law firms have been slow to react to the onslaught of issues involving social media and how their lawyers and staff members conduct themselves on the Internet.

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Most managing partners of mid-sized law firms continue to ignore the importance of serious social media policies for their firms...

Jay Jaffe, president of Jaffe PR - a complete public reputation resource, devoted primarily to law firms and legal associations, recently participated in a webinar as part of the [Managing Partner Forum (June). According to Jay, the program made one thing quite clear: Most managing partners tolerate social media, but not many of them are taking it very seriously.

Most managing partners of mid-sized law firms continue to ignore the importance of serious social media policies for their firms (over 50%) and, while many have LinkedIn pages, they ignore these resources either most of the time or completely.

According to Jaffe, this will only continue to create a huge opportunity for the managing partner who wants to actively lead a firm into the world of social media and vie for the benefits that will accrue to the firm as a result of that effort.

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