It was supposed to help stem the tide as Philadelphia continued to lose top-notch law-school talent to other major cities. But after almost a year of criticism of the finished product, the Homecourt Advantage Web site is going into the shop for some major repairs.

The brainchild of some of the city’s top law-firm managers, Homecourt Advantage was introduced last fall by the Philadelphia Bar Association to provide a plethora of information about the city and its legal community to law school students and lawyers looking to relocate. Yet the fledgling site has been given the thumbs down from many law firms that are supposed to support it with monetary contributions in exchange for links to their own Web sites.

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