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Center for Continuing Education CLE Programs Now Available on Law.com San Francisco, CA – June 5, 2001 — Law.com, the Web’s leading provider of legal content and application solutions, today announced a new content partner for its online Seminars – the Center for Continuing Education (CCE). Attorneys wishing to expand their expertise in evolving practice areas, and fulfill CLE requirements, will now have access to video and audio seminars produced by the CCE at www.law.com/seminars. The CCE is providing law.com with more than 20 CLE programs, including the highly anticipated “Winning with Technology” video series, produced in association with Microsoft. These programs complement law.com’s current Seminar offerings, which cover a wide range of topics, including hard-to-find subspecialty requirements. “We are thrilled to be associated with law.com,” said Robert A. Moselle, President of CCE. “This relationship enables us to offer our programs to attorneys throughout the country with law.com’s unparalleled online delivery system.” Adds Mark Boennighausen, Vice President of Content at law.com, “This content partnership expands the breadth of law.com Seminars. Attorneys can now choose from a more extensive selection of programs when it comes to fulfilling their CLE requirements.” Law.com Seminars are available 24 hours a day, from virtually any location. In lieu of attending a traditional classroom program, attorneys participate in an online Seminar at their convenience thereby saving time and reducing travel expenses. Law.com Seminars offer interactive discussions with nationally renowned panelists, as well as CLE tracking and reporting. Law.com is proud to have been named “Favorite Online CLE Provider” by the 2001 Technolawyer Awards. 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, 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 & Co., L.P., and SOFTBANK Capital Partners L.P., a late-stage Internet venture investment group sponsored by SOFTBANK Corp.

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