'You Want to Be Able to Strike a Balance': How Attorneys Can Safely Leverage Social Media
“You also want to remember that it’s possible that your opposing counsel or the judges are going to see what you’re posting. So don’t post anything on Twitter that you wouldn’t say in a brief,” said Robert Johnson of the Institute for Justice.
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