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If you’re a legal professional who uses FindLaw.com, chances are you’re taking advantage of our unmatched collection of online cases and codes, while at the same time getting some helpful practice tips from our thousands of online articles and blog posts. (All for free, of course.)

Well now there’s a new way to get the information you need from FindLaw, online or off. Introducing our new “mini guides” for Legal Professionals — concise, to-the-point pamphlets on topics pertinent to practicing lawyers.

Have you clicked on FindLaw's Lawyer Directory lately? Or perhaps you've joined a discussion in our FindLaw Answers community forum, or even took the time to let us know about a typo on one of our millions of pages of content.

If so, you know that FindLaw.com is as dynamic and responsive to user feedback as websites can get. And it's thanks to software engineers like Margaret Omanska who make it all happen.

"I've been here 13 years, and the people are still fantastic," Omanska said about her tenure at FindLaw. "You feel like people really care."

FindLaw on Pinterest: Yep, We do That Too

When life gets legal, there's FindLaw. We have been saying it for years -- the law really does touch almost every area of your life, even if you don't want it to! Sometimes it is obvious and sometimes it is subtle. And perhaps our latest social network really helps to prove this point....Pinterest!

That's right, FindLaw.com has joined the dynamic Pinterest community to bring our consumer followers both legal and nonlegal tips in an oh-so-pretty fashion. Like all of the networks we join, our goal is to create a legal presence that is both helpful and enjoyable for the users on that network.