Internet for Lawyers and Lawline Partners to Offer MCLE Content

Relationship Launches With Three Programs Based on Internet For Lawyers’ Popular Live Programs

Albuquerque, NM (November 3, 2008) – Internet For Lawyers, the country’s pre-eminent provider of live continuing legal education presentations helping legal professionals use technology and the Internet more effectively in their practice, has partnered with to deliver some of its most popular seminars online. The relationship begins with three programs: “The Lawyer’s Duty to Google: The Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet,” “Search Strategies and the Invisible Web for Lawyers,” and “Locating Hard to Find Information Online & On Your Computer.” Initially, credit will be available for California, New York, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Virginia, with other jurisdictions to come. All of the programs will be co-presented by Internet For Lawyers principals Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch.

“Our programs are a natural for attorneys who are already online and looking for continuing legal education material,” said Levitt, Internet For Lawyers’ President. “We like the way presents and distributes its programs. We’re looking forward to working with them.”

“We’re excited to be working with Mark and Carole to get their programs to an even wider audience,” said David Schnurman,’s President. “Their programs cover just the kind of topics our audience tells us they’re looking for.”

The cost for each one hour program is $60.00. They are available in streaming video or downloadable MP3 formats. More details about the specific programs are available online at .

About Internet For Lawyers Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch are nationally recognized authors and speakers about the Internet. In 1999, they formed Internet For Lawyers (IFL) and have been training professionals in cooperation with law firms, bar associations, corporations, adult education schools, library schools, and library associations nationwide ever since. They are co-authors of “The Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet” published by IFL Press, “The Lawyer’s Guide to Fact Finding on the Internet” published by the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Law Practice Management Section, and they co-edit the “Internet Fact Finding for Lawyers” newsletter published by ALI-ABA. Information about their publications is available online at books, available at .

Levitt and Rosch are available to law firms, corporations, and associations for live, in-person seminars to teach the topics covered in their books. For information about live seminars based on their books, including a list of previous clients, visit .

About Started in 1999, is one of the leading providers of online continuing legal education in the country. Having expanded from Lawline, a well regarded legal television program in the New York metropolitan area, was one of the first websites to offer online CLE in New York State. Since then, they have expanded to 35 states and currently offer hundreds of hours of CLE programming in all practice areas. More information is available online at .


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