ed. note: we seldom know how far our path will take us. consider mohamad mova al’ afghani, an indonisian lawyer working for a uk-based firm in germany. we’ve had the most engaging and serendipitous conversations i’ve had with anyone, period.
your post on the nanotechnology blog was brought to my attention by the gang over at between lawyers. i have been writing about this topic on the practice management blog myself as well as on practice hacker (featuring exchanges here with Mark Cuban).
i am a frequent visitor of your practice management blog. i have been thinking of a simple but workable way to sell legal expertise online. i’ll try to blog it and will inform you.
ed.note: i had to ask how this colleague from the other side of the planet had even heard of me, much less become a follower of the blog. his answer is paraphrased here:
it was my former boss
deleted who brought your blog to my attention. in fact he printed some of the pages and distributed them as a part of our cle.
how cool is that?
i too have been looking into ways to disseminate legal expertise online. this is a business question and a practical issue. i’ve worked out a number of business models and have one website ready to go based on such a model. that site was written by the subject of my breaking up is hard to do post. I am still looking for someone with PHP expertise and time to help finish the site and take the business live.