Second Life Gets More Mainstream
We here at Legal Blog Watch continue to be fascinated by the extent to which lawyers in bricks-and-mortar law firms are stepping into the purely digital world of Second Life. We've written before about lawyers launching practices there, forming bar associations there, opening law schools there and plugging books there.
If you need any further proof that this alternative world is becoming a mainstay of mainstream law practice, consider these latest news items:
Word of these latest legal developments in Second Life comes by way of Virtually Blind blogger Benjamin Duranske, aka the avatar "Benjamin Noble," who is one of three co-chairs of the new ABA committee.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on September 12, 2007 at 04:56 PM | Permalink
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