Posted by Mark Smith on May 11, 2000 at 02:13:12:
From the article, Untangling the Legal Maze by Surfing the Web, in The New York Times, Thursday, May 11, 2000:
If you prefer your information with a healthy dose of legal news, law.com (www.law.com) is the place for you.
It has the look of a newspaper, which shouldn't come as a surprise since it has the exclusive online rights to digital content from American Lawyer Media, publisher of 22 legal newspapers and journals. Though lawyers are the primary audience for law.com, consumers would be wise to bookmark it to get links to the sites lawyers themselves use for research. (For example, the site's extensive system of links will lead you to Tenant.net, where you can review New York's rent laws to see if your landlord's rent increase is legal).
or click on the link below (probably good on Thursday, May 11th, only)
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