With the rise of Twitter, a new breed of tech-savvy, loose-lipped lawyers has emerged. They’ve banded together, forming legal communities like #LawTwitter, #TrialTwitter and #LadyLawyerDiaries, allowing attorneys to swap ideas, keep up with national case law and share war stories.

But it’s not all peace and love in the Twitterverse. On Feb. 4, New York attorney Diego Aranda Teixeira aired his grievances against California attorney Michael Avenatti, tweeting, “OMG, Michael Avenatti CALLED ME AND HE’S CRAZY.” The post prompted a reply from Avenatti, who labeled Teixeira “a terrible lawyer.”

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