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- ABA Legal Technology Resource CenterManaging Editor/Program Specialist, presentI run Law Technology Today (http://www.lawtechnologytoday.org) for the Legal Technology Resource Center, which includes sourcing content, promotion, interviews, and areas in between.
- ClioCommunications Manager, 2012 - 2013Clio’s first international hire, Gwynne documents Clio’s stories, development, and growth. She is an award-winning blogger and a social media veteran who is never far from the Internet.
- Small Firm InnovationEditor, 2011 - 2013Blog sponsored by Clio. ABA Journal #blawg100 Winner: Most Popular Legal Practice Management Blog In charge of editorial calendar, contributors and promotion. Small Firm Innovation is a blog focused on two areas: the business aspect of running a law practice, and the nitty gritty of what has made a solo and small firm practice a success. From seasoned and successful lawyers to the newly graduated, Small Firm Innovation emphasizes practical solutions for real-world challenges faced by solo and small firm lawyers. Its focus on first person accounts of small firm success creates a dynamic exchange of ready-to-implement ideas.
- ClioCommunity Manager, 2010 - 2012Managed Clio blog, started #cliotraining Tips series, maintained and grew #fb and #twitter followers and dramatically increased social media interaction with current and new users, thought leaders, publications and others in the legal and legal technology industry.
- Self-employed/FreelanceWriter, Editor and Researcher, 2008 - 2011Freelance writer/editor/technical communicator. Recent projects include: - User Guides for Time59, online time tracking software. - Content migration for new Managing Partner Forum website. - Edited book, "Social Media for Lawyers: Twitter Edition" written by Adrian Dayton, published by the Ark Group. - Weekly blogging for personal injury law firm.
- Shadow Froggy ConsultingFounder, Chief Consultant, 2009 - 2011An independent project turned potential business geared toward educating the legal community on the practical uses of open source applications. She has written articles about open source for the Texas Bar Journal and Law Technology Today, and has also presented on the topic to such associations as the Chicago Bar Association.
- TIme59Technical Writer and Social Media Consultant, 2010 - 2010
- Comrad EsqBook and Blog Editor, 2009 - 2010
- International Academy of Design and TechnologyAdjunct Professor, Technical Communications, 2009 - 2009
- BBJ LinenCorporate Communications Coordinator, 2006 - 2008
I do some fiction writing, and blog on my observations and experiences of living in Vancouver, Canada and, most recently, moving back to #Chicago.
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