Since I last wrote about Twitter, the micro-blogging platform and social media tool has continued to gain popularity among lawyers. Last time, I focused on the ways lawyers can use Twitter to market their practices. [See "Marketing Your Practice in 140 Characters or Less," Texas Lawyer , Jan. 12, 2009, page 22.]

This time, I identify 20 “tweeters” — listed alphabetically according to their Twitter usernames, along with any text from their respective profiles — who provide content that is interesting and useful to Texas lawyers.

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