Technology has changed many things about the practice and business of law, including the way clients get information — including the dirt — on lawyers. Technology also affects the way lawyers push information about themselves — including the good stuff — to potential clients.

But when does an online listing escalate beyond a neutral information profile, and become an advertisement? When does it become subject to state bar regulations? And should consumers pick a lawyer like they pick books — based on customer reviews?

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