Don’t tell Mark Zuckerberg’s legal department, but there’s a new social network in town: Foxwordy, a newly launched private social network that’s specifically designed for lawyers.
“It’s clear many lawyers are becoming increasingly comfortable using traditional social media outlets like Facebook and LinkedIn for personal usage but have been less likely to fully embrace these mainstream outlets for serious legal business,” says Monica Zent, the founder and CEO, in a statement. The cloud-based platform offers legal professionals the chance to collaborate privately with an invitation-only model.
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