Do you know the answer to this question?
Here are some answers that might help. Social networks are great for helping you stay connected with friends, family and colleagues around the world. They’re also helpful in finding people who share your interests, hobbies or passions. But there is one place where Facebook really shines: it’s a fantastic tool to ask advice from people on how they solved their problems! That’s why I asked my lawyer friends what social network would be best for them when needed legal advice. Here are some of their responses below (and please feel free to add your own comments). Enjoy!
Linkedin – My friend Sara said she uses Linkedin primarily for networking, but added that “it’s also good if you want someone opinionated on a particular case or topic without having to go through several conversations with different lawyers until getting an answer… It’s easy enough most times just by searching someone using keywords relevant to your issue! A little more time consuming than Twitter though so only do it when necessary versus every day like my wife does lol! But can get interesting too depending on who shows up in my search results LOL!! ;0) ”
Goodreads – My friend Amanda explained that Goodreads is ‘a way of keeping track of all the books I read, especially during law school when reading becomes very important due to study load!!! #howstuffshappens#b