Twitter Lists: Legal Job Market

Enough has been said about using Twitter to find a job that I don’t feel the need to repeat it here.  For background reading and helpful tips targeted for a job search in the legal industry, I’d recommend Amanda Ellis‘s newsletter from September, 2009 (Attorneys Finding Jobs on Twitter).  She explains three ways in which attorneys can integrate Twitter into their job search.

Instead, I’d like to use this example – conducting a job search on Twitter – as a way to illustrate the benefits of using Twitter Lists to manage information. Continue reading

BigLaw Blogs Syndicated

RecruiterEsq.com will feature a web syndication of every BigLaw blog – so long as the blog as a feed – that will be featured in a BigLaw Tech Score.

By aggregating the BigLaw blog syndications on this site, RecruiterEsq intends to show readers the current state and potential of BigLaw blogging.  By following the various web syndications, readers will have see the diverse subject matters about which BigLaw firms blog as well as the diverse writing styles and implementation methods.

The blogs aggregated will link to their original source.  None of these posts are written by RecruiterEsq.com.

small note about timing:

As I find BigLaw blogs to include in a firm’s total BigLaw Tech Score, I will immediately add them to the syndication feed.

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

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Some of my web predecessors and colleagues have already researched, collected, and compiled their own versions of similar lists.  (Thanks, 3 Geeks and a Law Blog & Kevin O’Keefe – your lists (& blogs) are awesome must-reads!)

I hope that the list featured as part of the RecruiterEsq BigLaw Tech Score series will supplement these lists; Each taxanomy has its distinct purpose.

As mentioned, each of the BigLaw blogs syndicated will eventually “have their day in court” as part of the full analysis of the BigLaw firm’s web presence.  Nevertheless, the analysis of the BigLaw Tech Score takes some time.  Therefore, a BigLaw blog may be syndicated before its firm’s BigLaw Tech Score is published.