How to share nicely - experimenting with crowd sourcing and legal wikis
The last decade has seen the mass adoption of social media and a fierce debate on the value of content. Yet few are grappling with what this really means for the legal profession. Social media is opening up new ways of communicating and is part of a wider change in how the professionals of the future will share their ideas.
Field Fisher’s Simon Briskman says a little knowledge, shared, goes a long way
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