The Foxwordy Team
December 2016

Thanks for Making 2016 a Great Year for Foxwordy

Dear Foxwordy Members,

With a new year comes a renewed potential for collaboration and community. As 2016 draws to a close, we are especially grateful for our members and want to take this opportunity to thank you, and wish you a happy and healthy holiday season.

As we look ahead to 2017, we're also appreciative of some the great year behind us. Here are a few highlights from the year:

Monica Zent
Founder
November 2016

Foxwordy Announces New Partnership with the National Bar Association

At Foxwordy, we are committed to leveraging the power of social media to level the playing field for the legal industry. We believe that social media is the great equalizer, increasing access to opportunities through networking and collaboration to make a powerful tool for all legal professionals, especially those in segments of the market which have been underserved.

As part of this commitment, today we are proud to announce that Foxwordy is partnering with the National Bar Association, the nation's oldest and largest national network of predominantly African-American lawyers, judges, law professors and law students. The National Bar Association’s membership, which includes approximately 65,000 lawyers, judges, law professors and other legal professionals across the country, will receive Premium-level access to Foxwordy. President Obama is also a distinguished member of the National Bar Association.

We are delighted that Foxwordy’s collaboration platform will be used by National Bar Association Members to help them advance in their careers and gain access to colleagues and opportunities to which they might not otherwise have had access.

Monica Zent
Founder
March 2016

The Future Delivery of Legal Services

There is much insecurity in the legal community. The status quo has benefited big law firms big time, but now these top-down institutions are being disrupted and the future delivery of legal services is likely to look radically different from the past.

With legions of lawyers striking out on their own, empowered by social media tools that circumvent traditional ways in which clients and lawyers find each other, Internet-based tools are revolutionizing how legal services get delivered. As these trends accelerate, lawyers who bury their heads in their briefs will be left behind.

What does the future delivery of legal services look like? Here are some of the key trends to watch:

Monica Zent
Founder
Feb 2016

Foxwordy Debuts New Look And Features

Dear Foxwordy Community,

This has been a great year for legal tech and a great year for Foxwordy. The year’s end is a time to take stock of all that we have accomplished and share our thanks with those who have contributed to our success.

At Foxwordy, we are most grateful to you - our members. We are also grateful for the support we have received from the legal community at large and those of you early adopters who have been our champions in your own legal departments, law firms, and other organizations.

Since day one, we have made it our singular goal to create the best possible experience for our members. To that end, your feedback and requests have been valuable to us.

In that spirit, I am excited to announce that today Foxwordy debuts an entirely new look, refined features, and a fresh user experience!

We launched Foxwordy in 2014 with a mission to offer lawyers and legal professionals social productivity in the cloud, a place where they can come together with relevant top-tier colleagues across the entire legal market to effectively collaborate in real-time.

Monica Zent
Founder
May 2014

The Big Debate: Open vs. Private Networks for Lawyers

In February, we launched Foxwordy, the first private social network for lawyers, and a debate exploded online. The response came fast and furious. Some questioned whether lawyers need a private social network or whether they could effectively network and do legal business using the open net. Meanwhile, others weighed in applauding that Foxwordy is the only network that finally got it right by offering a private social network that lawyers could call their own.

Monica Zent
Founder
Feb 2014

Introduction to Foxwordy

Allow me to introduce you to Foxwordy, a new, cloud-based social collaboration platform for lawyers. I created Foxwordy to allow lawyers to share trusted content with trusted colleagues, discover new opportunities, and enhance their professional reputations. Through Foxwordy’s invitation-only platform, lawyers can instantly connect with credible colleagues to address workflow needs in real-time. Our mission is to connect and empower the world's legal professionals to collaborate successfully, work effectively and grow professionally - all faster than ever before.