LinkedIn has become an accepted professional relationship-building tool, but many lawyers still aren’t sure how to benefit from it.

At a June 23 seminar on using LinkedIn effectively, lawyers who weren’t using the social networking tool said they knew they should be but didn’t want to spend an inordinate amount of time on it. They also worried about having client contacts poached or violating client confidentiality.

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