The Best Legal Tweets of the Week
Check out the best legal tweets of the week from some of Law Street’s #300Voices, the top voices in law and policy, then head over to #300Voices discover the top Twitter accounts you should be following.
Tips for recent #law grads: Doesn’t matter what practice area you pursue, your relatives will now assume you can help with any legal problem
— Adrian Baron (@lawbaron) August 22, 2014
“Based on my training and experience” transforms speculative cop bullshit into admissible evidence only because the courts allow it to. — Norm DeGuerre (@NormDeGuerreEsq) July 19, 2014
1Ls, don’t assume those who speak are the smart ones. Amazing how who speaks changes after grades post. #lawschool
— lawprofblawg (@lawprofblawg) August 21, 2014
If you were born in 1976, there is no reason your mother should be calling me, or anyone, about legal matters on your behalf. — Not an Elle (@NotanElle) August 18, 2014
My parents understanding of my career is limited to how lawyers are portrayed on suits
— Alice, Esquire (@alicequire) August 21, 2014
Should you interfere with or resist a cop? No. Can you “challenge” or question or talk back? What else is the First Amendment for? — Kevin Underhill (@loweringthebar) August 19, 2014
— Jordan Furlong (@jordan_law21) August 21, 2014
“Someone handed me their business card. Can I add them to my email list?” In Canada & Europe, no. In the U.S. yes, but they will hate you.
— Elizabeth Weinstein (@ElizabethPW) August 20, 2014
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