On Thursday I created two new “Metaverse Lawyers” groups. One is on Facebook and for those of you who are not fans of FB, I’ve created another group on LinkedIn. Both are already filling up fast!
If you’re a lawyer or legal service provider who is interested in the metaverse and enjoys adding value to your community, and please join us. We’ll be sharing tips, approaches, and resources daily. And yes, it’s OK to be in both groups.
I took the time and effort to create these groups because:
- I believe private/public metaverses are changing the world;
- I wanted to create a place to ask questions and share answers;
- I wanted to share all my resources;
- Some platforms and approaches are better than others;
- You need to know about the best VR headsets and tools;
- I wanted to share free/paid metaverse platform options;
- Things are changing quickly. I wanted to share updates;
- There’s a right and wrong way to “communicate” on meta;
- The metaverse is 10X better than Zoom to build rapport;
- When done right, it’s as easy as Zoom (share a link);
- Important to know how IP law/contracts all play a part;
- Buying/leasing digital land and assets can be tricky;
- Digital commerce allows for cryptocurrency options;
- NFTs can be powerful tools in the metaverse;
- Web3 tech like smart contracts, DAOs, and DeFI are here;
- I want a place to share experts who can take us by the hand and show us how to use and leverage all of the above.
For good or bad, the metaverse train is already here, and if you’re not on it, I believe you’ll be left back at the station. If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the last 35 years of practicing law, it’s that being early can be a game changer in business and life. When it comes to the metaverse, make no mistake about it– we are all early in this space.
If you’re as excited as I am about tapping into this fantastic new tech and opportunity, please consider connecting, learning, and sharing in my new “Metaverse Lawyers” communities.
Here are the new group links: