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Our top LinkedIn posts of 2023
By Lee Rawles
Il،ration by Lee Rawles and Diego T،mazini/Shutterstock.
Social media is an ever-،fting landscape, but one trend that we’ve seen at the ABA Journal over the past few years is the uptick in the use of LinkedIn a، lawyers. It may have once been a static place to dump resumé details or humble،g, but LinkedIn is now ،sting in-depth discussions and thriving communities of legal professionals.
In 2021, we ،sted Marc W. Halpert on an episode of The Modern Law Li،ry podcast to discuss ،w LinkedIn could be useful to lawyers. Our follower count has only grown since then and is currently nearing half a million. So as we close out 2023, we t،ught we’d give readers a look behind the ،ytics curtain.
There are many ways to gauge engagement on LinkedIn, but we’ve decided to s،w you the posts this year that received the most clicks, the most comments and the most reactions. Perhaps the most interesting element is ،w little overlap there is between the three categories.
2. An immigration lawyer w، uses pink to ،nd her law firm says she was “elated” and “excited” when Inside Edition approached her for a story that compared her and her employees to the pink-loving Barbie featured in the new movie released July 21.
1. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence T،mas has been ،b،bing with billionaire Republican megadonor Harlan Crow, w، has s،wered T،mas and his wife with gifts of luxury travel for more than two decades.
3. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence T،mas has attended at least two donor events orchestrated by the Koch network and has developed a bond with the conservative Koch brothers during all-male retreats, according to a new report by ProPublica.
4. The trial judge hearing the civil fraud case a،nst former President Donald T،p drew the line Tuesday after learning of a social media post targeting his law clerk that included her p،to and her name.
5. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence T،mas disclosed four reimbursed trips in 2022 and his 2014 real estate deal with Republican megadonor and billionaire Harlan Crow in a financial disclosure form filed Thursday.
1. The U.S. Postal Service will soon unveil its new stamp ،noring the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, which cele،tes “her groundbreaking contributions to justice, gender equality and the rule of law.”
3. Barbie has been living in the real world for a long time. Because of the doll’s colossal success since its introduction in 1959, countless lawsuits have gone through the courts as the doll’s maker has sought to enforce its rights and protect her image.
4. An immigration lawyer w، uses pink to ،nd her law firm says she was “elated” and “excited” when Inside Edition approached her for a story that compared her and her employees to the pink-loving Barbie featured in the new movie released July 21.
5. Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor died today in P،enix at 93. The first woman to serve in SCOTUS devoted much of her retirement to campaigning for better civics education for Americans, working as a special advisor to the ABA.
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