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Free legal advice on Twitter during #UKLegalHour tomorrow

Social media continues to be a frequent topic in the legal sphere and is being adopted by a growing number of law firms. Some law firms encourage their clients to follow their twitter feed; some use it to broadcast key messages or a promotion of some kind. We have always tried to do it differently by sharing valuable content from our free Legal Library. This year we took that one step further by launching #UKLegalHour.

Tomorrow at 1pm we're hosting our third #UKLegalHour where our legal experts and property specialists will be answering your property law questions for free during the live Twitter hour.

What is #UKLegalHour and how do you join?

Using the hashtag '#UKLegalHour' you can tweet @LawFairSquare with your questions relating to property law, and your questions will be answered live in real time by the our property solicitor, Julie Davies. Also joining us at LCF providing expert advice will be property specialist Alex Barron from Yorkshire-based Martin Co Estate Agents.

No service of this kind currently exists in providing legal advice on twitter for free. We genuinely want to help you and answer your questions for free. We don't need you to follow us or give your email address. Just tweet and you'll get your question answered.

What makes #UKLegalHour unique and innovative?

We engage our legal team to get involved. Each #UKLegalHour is headed up by a specialist solicitor with expertise in the relevant subject, who answers questions live in real time on the LCF blog, then tweets answers to people within minutes via our twitter account @LawFairSquare using the hashtag #UKLegalHour, with a link to the blog. A great way to answer complex queries that require a response longer than 140 characters!

So if you're interested in getting some free property law advice, then hop on over to @lawfairsquare tomorrow between 1-2pm and ask any questions you have - and don't forget to use the hashtag #UKLegalHour!

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