ABA Journal launches Legal Rebels Project providing Profiles, Videos and Audio Slideshows about the Leading Innovators in the Profession of Law

We just received this announcement from the ABA Journal:

We thought you and your blawg’s readers would be interested in the ABA Journal’s Legal Rebels project, which launches today.

Over the course of the next three months, we’ll be profiling 50 of the profession’s leading innovators at http://www.legalrebels.com. The first seven profiles, along with videos and audio slideshows that illustrate the changes they’re trying to make in the practice of law, are now online. We’ll be adding at least three new profiles to the site every week until Thanksgiving.

You can also directly participate in the project:

Sign (http://www.legalrebels.com/manifesto) the Rebels Manifesto, which was written by lawyers nationwide.

Ride shotgun (http://www.legalrebels.com/tour) our two-week Rebels Tour, kicking off Sept. 14.

Stay connected (http://www.legalrebels.com/connected) to the project through your favorite social media tool.

Check out (http://www.legalrebels.com/buzz) what lawyers are saying about the Rebels.

Buy (http://www.zazzle.com/legalrebels) the Rebels T-shirt featured on our September cover, a mouse pad, or even a Rebels skateboard.

Nominate (http://www.legalrebels.com/nominate) someone you think we should profile.

We think of this project more as a journey than as a destination–a search for the future of the practice of law in America. We hope you and your readers will come along for the ride.

– Ed

Edward A. Adams

Editor and Publisher

ABA Journal

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