Two new articles focusing on lawyers and virtual worlds recently caught my attention. The first, by Diane Duhaime of Jordan Burt LLP asks, Why Should Corporate Counsel Become Familiar With Virtual Environments? Aren’t They Just Fun And Games? Some good thoughts here specific to in-house attorneys. (Via Metropolitan Corporate Counsel.) The second, posted by online strategist Dave Wieneke, discusses the fact that more and more attorneys are taking an interest in what happens in virtual worlds, particularly Second Life. (Via Usefularts.us.)
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