This ain't your kid's website

Launching a website is sort of passé these days. Even my 12-year-old has one.
 
But this isn't your average website. It's an online resource for the entire legal field.
 
There's one complaint I always hear from other legal professionals on the topic of litigation support: "Lots of fluff and not much good stuff."
 
Poke around the web, and you'll find lots of academics posing highly technical and legally intricate theories, schemas and processes. Great, but not very useful to our everyday lives. Legal professionals, like you and me, are simply trying to get the job done quickly and efficiently.
 
We want straightforward, useful info:
"How do I create and then load a load file?"
"What is Group IV fax format?"
"What exactly is metadata and how do I use it?"
 
Those are a few examples of the many questions we'll answer on our website.
 
Our goal is to create an information portal for key topics that us legal professionals deal with every day: How-tos. Summaries of the laws that affect us. Do-it-yourself advice (DIY, you'll hear a lot around here).  And answers to the questions you've been asking, like, "How do I load this load file into Summation or Concordance?"
 
We welcome your comments, insight and input. In fact, we'll be asking many of you to provide suggestions for our site's content and direction.
 
Like all great successes, our website will have humble beginnings. Before too long, it'll be chalk full of great information that's always available to you.
 
So, welcome. We hope you find our site to be informative and useful in your everyday legal worklife.

3 comments (Add your own)

1. Molokoane wrote:
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Tue, December 11, 2012 @ 5:09 AM

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