Almost everyone is familiar with emojis – the tiny pictures of facial expressions and objects used in texts, emails and social media to mimic non-verbal cues. The hyper-condensed nature of emojis leaves room for interpretation, creating a brand new set of challenges for legal professionals.
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Smartphones and tablets have transformed the way legal professionals consume and distribute information. Our latest infographic has the full stats on how lawyers are using mobile devices. The question is do smartphones or tablets make your day more efficient, or do they cause you to work harder and longer?
Social media is now being increasingly used by lawyers and firms for business development and networking purposes, but some ethical risks can undermine the benefits and opportunities these new communication channels offer.