Among the new Web siteslaunched in recent monthsare ones to help lawyers getnoticed, keep informed, managecontracts and get research help. Hereis a round-up of recent sites.

Give content, get noticed. That is thepremise behind JD Supra, a new site that is part legal networking,part lawyer directory, partdocument repository and part legalresearch service. The basic idea is thatlawyers use the site to post court filings,favorable decisions, jury verdicts andarticles they have written. They can alsoset up free profiles of themselves andtheir firms. Their profiles will link tothe documents they have contributedand their documents will link back totheir profiles.

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