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One of the features at Solo Practice University™ that we are the most excited about is Groups. As we’ve said before, Solo Practice University™ will be an educational community where lawyers and law students can share information and ideas.
But all of that information needs to be organized.
Groups, or mini-communities as we like to call them, will aggregate all of the content generated by faculty and students.
Anyone can create a public or private group.
Once a group is created, the group administrator can send out invites or allow others to join on their own.
And Groups will have another really cool feature. Let’s say you create a group called ‘Solos in Seattle.’ Instead of you having to specifically upload relevant text, audio, video or photos into the group from your blog, you or a group member can ‘tag’ the content with a unique group tag like ‘SinS‘ (Solos in Seattle) and it will be either accepted or rejected by you as the administrator and then posted on the ‘Solos in Seattle’ overview page.
Each group will have its own forum, too, where group members can post questions, answers or anything really.
The Groups feature will also be a great way to connect with like-minded individuals. We’ll leave it up to our students and faculty to decide, but we imagine groups being created based upon geography, practice areas, law schools, hobbies, and interests. It’s about connectivity with a common thread. The possibilities are endless.
And on your personal profile page, you will have a button called ‘Groups’ that provides one-click access to your select groups. It couldn’t be easier.
The bottom line – Solo Practice University™ will provide a highly focused, organized, and very easy way for you to make friends, network, and build relationships that can positively impact your personal and professional futures.
Can you tell we’re excited?