Round-Up: Am Law 100 Job Listings

For my observations on this list and hiring at Am Law 100 firms, please refer to this post:  Firms Take Recruiting In-House and Other Am Law Job Observations.

Key: New jobs highlighted in green. If a firm removed any job(s), the firm’s name is highlighted in red.

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Last updated: February 1, 2010
Updated version is color coordinated by role in the firm. See below for key. Will publish the full version for members-only. Lists role (partner, associate, counsel, etc.) and practice area for attorneys.

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netLaw 101: Web Development at Bryan Cave

Ways to Contact Bryan Cave on the Web:

(phone) by office (+1)

(e-mail)  firstname dot lastname at bryancave dot com (+1) (this varies by professional so users should look up individuals on the website)

(home page) http://www.bryancave.com (+1)

How Bryan Cave Interacts On the Web:

(profiles)

- LinkedIn (+1)

- Facebook

- Jigsaw (+1)

- Martindale (+1)

(blog)

Official blogs

- Art + Law + Blog: Bryan Cave’s Art Law Blog (+1)

This blog was difficult to find – there was no direct link on the homepage.  I only found it after searching for Bryan Cave and blog and it was the 6th result on Google!

Unofficial blogs

- ExportLawBlog (+1)

Bryan Cave Partner Clif Burns publishes this blog on export law.  While it is not an official Bryan Cave publication, it is listed on Clif’s firm profile as a publication.  (This is a step for BigLaw!)  In addition, Bryan Cave associates Ilya Antonenko and Megan Gajewski serve as associate editors on the blog.

(podcast)

Official podcasts – n/a

Official webinars

The firm hosts webinars and teleconferences that are searchable via the firm’s events section on its home page.  (+1)

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How Bryan Cave Interacts With the Web:

(creation)

- The Art + Law + Blog: Bryan Cave’s Art Law Blog is created with Movable Type and is part of the LexBlog community. (+1)

- The ExportLawBlog seems to be a WordPress blog hosted on a private domain.  (+1)

(interpretation)

- The Art + Law + Blog: Bryan Cave’s Art Law Blog may track visitors through its LexBlog service but it does not use a third party system such as sitemeter or google analytics.  The blog does track feed subscripts via feedburner. (+1)

- The ExportLawBlog tracks visitors either through its hosting service or a third-party.  It does not seem to use google analytics or feedburner.  (+1)

(domain/hosting)

- The Art + Law + Blog: Bryan Cave’s Art Law Blog is hosted through LexBlog and has a unique url that is not affiliated with Bryan Cave.  Nevertheless, Bryan Cave’s logo is prominent on the blog stating that the firm publishes the blog. (+1)

- Again, the ExportLawBlog seems to be a WordPress blog hosted on a private domain.  It does not say that it is affiliated with Bryan Cave.  The only mention of the firm is on the “about” page.  (+1)

BigLaw Tech Score: 15 points

For an explanation of the BigLaw Tech Score, see this post.

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