When some people hear about Second Life, a three-dimensional virtual world built by its residents, they joke about how those residents should get a first life. But some law firms have been exploring the potential of virtual worlds, social media, and “Web 2.0” technologies — even if they’re not sure what the possibilities are just yet.
Written by Mohsin Abbas Posted Date: February 4th, 2008
|KARACHI: November 2005 - Pakistani policemen arrest the lawyers who were protesting the imposition of emergency rule in the country. Photo by SANA News Wire|
House arrests, torture, loss of clients, and fearful families are all problems faced by lawyers and judges who are standing up for their beliefs.
Written by Heather Capannelli Posted Date: January 18th, 2008
Some workplaces ban access to online social networking sites but others choose to educate and trust their workers not to abuse or fritter away time with them, and maybe even use them as a marketing tool.
- Power of attorney protection breaks down across borders