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With a legal community today that is embracing technology and new media that we’re all too familiar with here at Legal Talk Network, our friends and colleagues in print media are turning to new media to expand and reach a growing audience.  Co-Hosts J. Craig Williams and Bob Ambrogi welcome the ABA Journal’s editor, Edward A. Adams,  and Rachael M. Zahorsky, legal affairs writer for the ABA Journal, to give you an inside look at the ABA Journal’s latest venture, The Legal Rebels Project. They will explore the transition to new media, how lawyers and law firms are reinventing themselves in the current economy and take a look at life on the road on the Legal Rebels Tour ’09.

Taping Lawyer2Lawyer with Bob and the Legal Rebels folks...
Taping Lawyer2Lawyer with Bob and the Legal Rebels folks...
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Published: September 15, 2009
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