LawCommerce.com Announces New CLE & Practice Resource Offerings
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Online legal resource center LawCommerce.com annnounced it has added new practice centers, online CLE and a legal technolgy "match-making" service to its menu of resources.

The site's new E-Seminars Center will provide online CLE 24 hours a day. The courses contain streaming video, links to relevant web sites, forms and agreements, and program materials. Seminars will be offered in the areas of corporate, litigation, intellectual property, ethics, employment, start up companies, venture capital, securities, and mergers and acquisitions among other topics, according to the company.

For additional online CLE see Internet For Lawyers' own low-cost online CLE quizzes.

LawCommerce also expanded its online legal practice centers to include:

  • In-House Counsel Center - provides advice, information and technology for in-house counsel.
  • Client Development Center - focuses on marketing and client development for lawyers and marketing professionals.
  • Litigation Practice Center - provides comprehensive resources, research tools, and technology solutions of interest to litigators.
  • Corporate Practice Center - offers forms, agreements, checklists, technology solutions and research options for corporate and transactional lawyers.

Adittionally, the site is launching a new Top Tier Technologists program ("T3") to match technical project requests from the legal community with consultants the company describes as "the nation's leading legal technologists" in the areas of computers and networks, systems configuration and upgrades, software selection, security reviews, training, automated back-ups and special projects. Recommendations on technical products, and articles written by "T3" experts will also be featured on the LawCommerce "T3" Center.

 

Investors in LawCommerce include major law firms, Accenture (formerly Andersen Consulting), Ernst & Young LLP, and LexisNexis.

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