New York, NY (PRWEB) July 23, 2014
Lawline is proud to announce that it will better support Illinois attorneys with their online CLE needs through its acquisition of Illinois’ continuing legal education website, MentorCLE. Lawline is the recognized leader in online continuing legal education with over 100,000 attorneys nationwide taking online courses in all 50 states.
Each week, Lawline broadcasts live CLE webcasts on timely legal topics. Its course catalog currently includes over 1,500 hours of on-demand programs. In addition to providing the best in online legal intelligence, it also prides itself on its unmatched customer service.
Lee Goodman, founder of MentorCLE, stated that his main concern when selling his website was offering its thousands of customers access to high-quality courses at a reasonable price, and he felt strongly that Lawline was the perfect fit to achieve this goal. “Lawline has always had a strong commitment to Illinois attorneys,” says CEO David Schnurman, “this past quarter alone over 50,000 hours of CLE courses were completed on Lawline.com by Illinois attorneys. Buying MentorCLE fits into our current growth strategy in Illinois, and we look forward to supporting the state in the years to come.”
Lawline is the leading provider of online continuing legal education offering legal intelligence to attorneys in all 50 states. With over 1,000,000 CLE courses completed to date, Lawline offers timely legal content that supports attorneys throughout their practice. The company is headquartered in downtown Manhattan and has received multiple awards recognizing its superior product and service. Its success has also been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Inc., Entrepreneur, & Forbes.com.
MentorCLE’s mission is to provide high-quality, low-cost MCLE courses that Illinois attorneys can conveniently view anytime over the Internet. It was founded by Lee Goodman an Illinois attorney who has lectured for the IICLE, ISBA, CBA, and other major CLE providers and has also produced CLE courses for several bar associations.