5 Awesome Online Resources For Attorneys

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Quora Law Topic Page
We’re huge Quora fans. If you’re an attorney, you need to join Quora and build up your authority by answering questions on this platform.

Everything is here. You might need to research a topic that’s related to a case. Wikipedia is often a great place to start.

FindLaw for Legal Professionals
FindLaw is one of the better research sites for attorneys. You can also find legal news here.

The Mac Lawyer
This is an awesome site by Attorney Ben Stevens, who is a loyal Mac user. On Ben’s blog, he discusses the convergence of law and technology. Follow Ben on Twitter @TheMacLawyer.

Attorney Dar’shun Kendrick’s Blog
Ignore the plain site design. Dar’shun’s blog is a great example of how attorneys can create great content for the interested public’s benefit. If you put in time to educate people, you will be rewarded with clients. Dar’shun is also very engaged with her use of Twitter. Follow her at @DarshunKendrick and @KendrickLaw.

About the Author

Chris Craft is a Christian, husband, father, and the author of The Foundation: Branding for Successful Real Estate Professionals and O.P.E.N. Routine: Four Components to Personal Branding Excellence. As the founder of content creation agency Nao Media, Chris helps churches and businesses produce written content and have better conversations with their members and stakeholders. Chris is also the host of The Chris Craft Show, which helps its listeners renew their mind with edifying stories and insights.