We have an attorney in our family. He's 30-ish and has a myspace. The only difference: He is in a relationship and his profile is set to private.
Best line in the article:"While Meisinger sees MySpace as a viable advertising outlet, Facebook is apparently not an appropriate place to whore out his firm. His profile on the latter is set to private."
B When are you taking your entire office on a cruise like that stud Meisinger?
I despair for my profession...
I think of Meisinger's situation much like I thought of this blog...just seems a little unprofessional.
Uh, nothing personal, but sometimes lawyers seem to be an immoral pack of parasites on society.
Two men executed here in Texas just this week (whoo Hoo!), and you are posting Myspace pages? You are slipping Mr. Green
0658 - Only sometimes?
WHAT A SKEEEZ! MUST SUCK TO BE A TROLL.
What is immoral about having a myspace page for his firm? What is so different about that than a blog, a yellow pages ad, or a tv commercial? Just another way to get the legal services he offers in front of potential clients.
I blame Big Law layoffs for this.
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