NY Panel: Attorney Social Networking
On Sept. 17 in New York City, I will moderate a panel, Web 3.0 Attorney Social Networking: The Next “Next” in Online Business Development and Client Service, with a stellar line-up of participants. Sponsored by the New York chapter of the Legal Marketing Association, the panel will include:
- Doug Cornelius, a senior attorney in the Knowledge Management Department at Goodwin Procter and a frequent speaker and writer on the legal profession’s use of knowledge management, enterprise 2.0, Web 2.0 and social networks.
- David Johnson, a former partner at Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering and a member of the advisory board of Legal OnRamp, a networking site spearheaded by Cisco System’s General Counsel Mark Chandler that seeks to automate collaboration and content-sharing between in-house and outside counsel. David was the chair of what may have been the first networking site for lawyers, American Lawyer Media’s Counsel Connect. He is currently a visiting professor at New York Law School.
- John Lipsey, vice president of corporate counsel services for LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell. John, who previously practiced law in Washington D.C., is overseeing the launch of Martindale’s new professional networking site, Martindale-Hubbell Connected.
The program is at noon on Sept. 17 at The Harvard Club, 27 West 44th Street in New York.