CyberAttorney was established with the multi-purpose
of: (a) providing a convenient method for consumers to find attorneys; (b) providing internet content
tailored specifically to assist attorneys and law students (directory of legal products on the web, law student resources, and a directory of trial experts);
(c) providing links to law-related news on the net (this law-related link system began on a
permanent basis in December, 2003).
CyberAttorney Featured Web Sites
Asklawyers.com: A database of attorneys where the consumer searching
for an attorney can send a single query to many at one time. The site is designed to make a consumer's search for
an attorney on the net easier.
If you are a solo practioner or law firm, you can sign-up for inclusion in the Asklawyers.com database
here. The price is $50/year per area of practice.
RRBBS Discussion Group: A general discussion bulletin board that
provides a free "blogging" service for registered users. If you are looking for a place to start your own blog
for no charge and with no obligation, this is a good place to go. Click here for more information on RRBBS' free blogging
The bulletin board is written entirely in Perl... and it is a fun place to hang out. Please join us in the discussions!
Findlien.com: This site is currently on the backburner, pending completion of the
areas of this site, and some general updating on the RRBBS site.
The premise: personal injury and workers comp attorneys can search for doctors
in their area who treat clients on a lien basis. As I am a personal injury attorney and have been a solo
for only a few years, I still get clients in areas where I am not aware of any lien-accepting doctors. I hope this
will become a system to help me as well as other attorneys.