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Anthony Ciolli Sued or How Not to Use Web Communications to Get a Job

Last week I suggested that law students could blog to draw the attention of potential employers. Here's an example of what not to do.

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that two female Yale Law School students have sued Anthony Ciolli, the former "chief educational director" of the online law student forum, AutoAdmit.com, and others who allegedly used pseudonyms and posted the students’ photos as well as defamatory and threatening remarks about them on the online law-school discussion forum. Here's a copy of the complaint. [JH]

June 18, 2007 in Miscellaneous | Permalink

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