NewLawyer.com team to launch LawSchool.org

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PhoneToPhone Inc., the company that owns laws.com,has purchased the domain LawSchool.org and is preparing tolaunch it as a one stop shop for all things law school.  For those who areunfamiliar with laws.com, it is the world's firsttele-legal portal that allows attorneys to provide phone-to-phoneconsultations to clients via the technology on the website.  Any barcertified lawyer can log in to the site and create a free profile to be found by anyone acrossthe United States who is in search of legal advice.  You can find an attorney from every single one of the 50 states and with lawyers from over 100 different fields including Personal Injury Lawyer, Accident Lawyer, and Divorce Lawyer, New Lawyer makes finding an attorney easier than its everbeen.  The NewLawyer team anticipates that LawSchool.orgwill contain profiles on every single law school in the country along with anyinformation that would be relevant for those attempting to choose which law school to attend.  The site will also feature a legal blog and informationpertaining to the LSATs and Bar Examination.  They plan to high light note worthy law professors from universities acrossthe country as well.  The site should be launched shortly, so check LawSchool.orgfor all your Law School needs.

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