Ed Koch has a site of his own, at www.thelaw.com, and Harvard Law School’s Arthur Miller is the pitchman for another, at www.americounsel.com. But these sites, which provide legal services to consumers, compete with real-live lawyers. What about the sites that help lawyers do their jobs better?

One such site is LawOnTheWeb, at www.LawOnTheWeb.com. If luck is the residue of hard work and hard knocks, the site may be lucky. Kenneth Frank left a partnership at Piper & Marbury a decade ago, hoping to build a better legal tool kit. He’s finally built it, and the test will be now to see whether lawyers use it. (Frank is the chief executive of Baltimore’s Technology Group.)

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