Assuming all goes according to plan, Allison Shields and I’s new book, Make LinkedIn Work for You: A Practical Handbook for Lawyers and Other Legal Professionals, will be published and available for purchase on Amazon (in
We’ve reached the point where I feel it’s time that I can say that Allison and I are busily at work on a new book on LinkedIn. We’re planning for it to be available on Amazon in early summer. The working title is “Making LinkedIn Work for You: The Legal Professional’s Handbook.”
Allison Shields and I were talking the other day about LinkedIn and whether it was time to write a new edition of our book, LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers. Whether or not it’s time for a new edition, it became clear that we (meaning especially me) were not ready to write it.
However, we did have some ideas for a new article about ways to improve how you add connections on LinkedIn. In it, we would share some new ideas and experiments we had been doing in that area. We decided to write that article and turn it into a bit of a science experiment as well.
Allison Shields, Michelle Golden and I presented a webinar on LinkedIn for Lawyers in August. That webinar was so well-attended that on November 3 there will be a replay. The details are available on the ALI-ABA website.
Although the November session will be an audio replay of the August session, we’ll be…