Or is blogging only advertising when lawyers do it?
Do we stop at blogging or does this extend to lawyers answering frequently asked questions (FAQs), writing articles, or appearing in educational podcasts and videos? How about media interviews?
If they are advertising materials, then, will they also be subject to approval by the bar? Which means, an article, a post or an answer to a burning question raised online will not be posted until they are approved by the bar? How will the bar associations staff this properly to ensure there will be timely approval?
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