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The American Lawyer's Associate Tech Survey shows that associates use of LinkedIn is nearly ubiquitous, while Facebook use continues to slide, and Pinterest gets a look
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
The International Legal Technology Association's annual conference was a treasure trove for product news
LinkedIn is nearly ubiquitous, while Facebook's slide intensifies and Pinterest gets a look
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