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6,000 NYLJ Readers Can't be Wrong: FindLaw Works for You

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By Robyn Hagan Cain on October 02, 2012 1:02 PM

Who doesn't love a product that serves multiple functions?

A comb that applies sunscreen to your scalp? Brilliant. A phone that takes pictures, sends email, navigates, plays music, and babysits your kids? Life-changing. A popular legal research website that offers comprehensive lawyer marketing services? FindLaw.

FindLaw may not be a tangible multi-functional product -- like a flip-flop with a bottle opener in the sole -- but it deserves a spot on the clever multi-tasker list thanks to a winning combination free legal information and first class marketing solutions.

If you visit FindLaw for the wealth of legal resources, you're not alone. FindLaw was recently ranked as the second most popular small firm legal research tool in the New York Law Journal's Reader Rankings poll. Basically, that means that FindLaw is ridiculously awesome, and lawyers love us.

(In case you're wondering, first place went to WestlawNext, a subscription-based service that it also owned by our parent company, Thomson Reuters.)

If you don't already use FindLaw as a research resource, it's time to get with the program. On our FindLaw for Legal Professionals website, you can access cases and codes, an extensive collection of law firm management tools, and the latest legal news, in addition to our delightfully witty and informative blogs.

While lawyers love our free content, firms cannot live on research alone; they need clients. That's where FindLaw Lawyer Marketing comes in. Whether your firm needs a website, a commercial, or an answering service, FindLaw has a suite of solutions to connect you with prospective clients.

A website can be a multi-functional product, and FindLaw is a multi-functional website that was built to be a comprehensive resource for solo practitioners and small firms. Whether you're looking for cases or clients, FindLaw can help.

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