The launch of the LawFirmMobile Blog marks the growing interest by law firms and lawyers in using the mobile space to reach out to clients and contacts. Through this blog, we will track, describe, analyze, and comment on developments in this sector, from iPhone and Android mobile Apps to mobile-ready websites to law firm pioneers in the use of tablet computing. Importantly, for the most part, we will not be covering applications used by law firms in the course of their legal practice (e.g., rules of federal procedure, billing, trial technology, etc). We’re keeping this blog focused on what lawyers are doing to reach out to clients for marketing or business development purposes.

The two founders of this site are:

Matt Gross has been immersed in mobile technologies since 2004 with a focus on mobile strategy, product management, and building and launching mobile apps.  His experience includes launching the consumer product line at WHERE (now eBay) as a member of the founding management team, leading MapQuest Mobile to 20% of US mobile application revenue at AOL Time Warner, and founding mobile startups Lawfia.com and Matt.tv. His consulting and product experience includes work for T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, Disney, Reuters, Fedex, and Starwood Hotels. He is founder and organizer of the Mobile Monday Boston/America nonprofit trade association with over 8,000 members.  Matt’s currently working on a number of new technology projects including lawfia.com and mobilefirstsoftware.com. You can reach him at matt@lawfirmmobile.com.

Neil Rosenbaum (a.k.a The App Guy ) is an experienced technology and legal marketing professional, with experience in assisting law firms and lawyers address technology issues, including websites, blogs, mobile platforms, social media, internal experience databases and other technology issues. You can reach him at neil@lawfirmmobile.com.

Let us know what you think of our blog!

– Matt and Neil

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