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Traverse City, Michigan (PRWEB) January 18, 2009
OverflowLegal.com (OFL) launches with over 1,000 articles in over 100 niche and irreverent legal content categories.
Most on-line legal content is as stuffy and boring as a $500/hour big-law attorney blabbing about their law firm's storied history dating back to 1919. Even worse, most 'law' content-aggregators tend to serve-up poorly categorized, unrated, unfiltered, junk-laden, and irrelevant content which only adds to the ever-expanding problem of information overload.
Overflow Legal (OFL) manages the constantly expanding flow of legal information generated by blogs, forums and legal magazines. OFL aggregates text-based and multi-media legal content. But then OFL uses real human editors (mostly law students) to place that content into interesting categories where it is rated by the OFL community for relevance and quality. For instance, if a user only wants the highest rated internet content about what is happening at the world's biggest law firms, OFL can serve that content up without the clutter of extraneous information.
OFL includes over 100 of the coolest categories of legal information, including many irreverent categories such as "Big-Law Blues," "Clients Don't Fall From the Sky," "First Year Law Student Virgins." OFL also includes more 'practice area' categories than any other legal web site on the internet with such staples as Criminal Law, Personal Injury and Corporate Law, as well as categories you won't find anywhere else such as Animal Law, Domain Name Law and Water law. More niche categories are being added all the time.
OFL also allows bloggers and other content-authors to submit and promote their best blog posts, articles and on-line media where our OFL community members have the opportunity to rate it as the best legal content on the web.
OFL offers over 200 syndicated legal content channel options for you to subscribe to in your RSS or news reader. OFL sifts through the mass of legal content, breaks it down into niche categories and rates it for relevance and quality so that only the best content about only the narrow issues you care about most are served up for your consumption. This means that users won't have their RSS reader or email in-box clogged up with headlines such as "I took my kids skiing" or "fantasies of a patent attorney" anymore.
OFL is simply the best resource for legal content on the web, period. Register as an OFL community member today and become a thought-leader on the legal issues you care about most.