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Ranting and raving online is all the rage, but free speech can be costly for lawyers and law students. That's why you may want to clean up your social media accounts before they affect the status of your career.
The reasons are obvious: HR managers are increasingly looking at online profiles to make hiring decisions, while current and potential clients may pass judgment on your skills based on something you post to your networks.
With several years' worth of tweets and status updates to potentially clean up, what's the best way to go about it? Here are five tips to get you started: