We are so confident in the utilitarian value of this program to any law firm, that if for any reason a subscriber is unhappy with
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 25, 2007
Lawline.com, a leading online provider of Continuing Legal Education since 1999, announces the launching of "Firm CLE," a program which will transform the way law firms use the internet to fulfill their mandatory state requirements. The initial offering is available for those who need New York CLE and Virginia CLE credits, soon to be followed around the country. By becoming a member of this innovative program, attorneys and firm administrators can easily track all purchased and completed courses at any time. Law firms can share CLE credits with its associates or a group of attorneys can form their own "Firm CLE" unit. Law firms who take advantage of this new offering receive a significant saving of 50% to 70% off course prices, which can be put back into their bottom line.
David Schnurman, President of Lawline.com feels "Firm CLE" will revolutionize the way law firms currently complete their continuing legal education requirements. "We are so confident in the utilitarian value of this program to any law firm, that if for any reason a subscriber is unhappy with "Firm CLE" we will refund any unused credits. Our goal is to continue to be the most inventive site offering our members the best possible experience for online education." With that mantra in mind, Lawline.com is now offering New York attorneys their full mandatory 24 credits on a MP3 player at no extra cost.
Lawline.com, based in New York, in conjunction with its partners the Lorman Education Services and the Marino Institute, has a library of over 300 credit hours and is approved in 20 states. Lawline.com provides courses in multi-bandwidth audio and video, MP3 Downloads, full printable transcripts of lectures, course materials that can be downloaded and printed, online links to related subjects and lecturer biographies. Users receive password-protected accounts to manage their CLE. Lawline.com's leadership in providing CLE programming has been recognized by American Lawyer Media, the New York Law Journal and Forbes.com.