The growing number of Web sites that seem to offer legal advice to small businesses and consumers may find themselves in need of legal advice, as well.

Like the medical Web site of former U.S. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop, two new sites use famous professionals to draw traffic to their sites, reports The Boston Globe. features Harvard Law School Professor Arthur R. Miller, while uses former New York City Mayor Edward I. Koch. Both sites offer legal information and/or advice.

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