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San Francisco, Jan. 16, 2001 – Law.com, the Web’s leading legal destination and provider of legal application solutions, today announced that the company has been named the recipient of the 2001 [email protected] for Favorite Online CLE Provider in recognition of law.com’s online seminar offerings. The company’s accredited online seminars, spanning a wide range of topics, provide the legal community with anytime-anywhere access to an enhanced continuing legal education experience. “We are honored to receive this level of industry recognition for our online seminars from TechnoLawyer, a leading force in the rapidly converging Internet and legal communities,” said Bill Feid, CEO of law.com. “This award solidifies one of our overarching goals – to become the Web’s leading provider of continuing legal education, as well as legal content, services and applications.” TechnoLawyer provides a free e-mail community for the exchange of knowledge, information and experiences among legal professionals, often resulting in improved business relationships. The [email protected] ceremony is the world’s only technology awards show that is held live on the Web. Law.com’s online seminars, which are enabled by Intel’s Internet Business Solutions, are currently available to attorneys in more than 20 states. The seminars are offered through streaming video, audio and interactive text-based formats. Access to Law.com’s online seminars is available around the clock to site visitors seeking information across a broad array of topics “This honor from TechnoLawyer further validates law.com’s overall mission of infusing greater technological capabilities and resources into the legal community,” said Mr. Feid. “Our continuing legal education efforts, combined with our ability to provide legal professionals with enriched content, services and applications, delivers increased efficiency and profitability to legal practitioners across the board.” About Law.com Law.com, a privately held company, is the Web’s most comprehensive legal destination and provider of legal application solutions. The company’s products provide legal professionals and law students with the tools and intelligence required to compete and succeed in today’s wired world. Customers of law.com can manage their practices through a host of practice-critical software applications, track breaking developments in the law, research issues and cases, obtain continuing legal education credit through online seminars, or explore nationwide job openings in the legal industry. Investors in law.com include majority owner U.S. Equity Partners L.P., a private equity investment fund sponsored by Wasserstein Perella & Co., and SOFTBANK Capital Partners L.P., a late-stage Internet venture investment group sponsored by SOFTBANK CORP.

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