Martindale-Hubbell and law.com have announced an agreement under which the Martindale-Hubbell Lawyer Locator has becomes the exclusive lawyer and law firm directory on law.com.
The Lawyer Locator search form is placed on pages throughout law.com, and a link has been added on the law.com homepage navigation bar to take visitors directly to martindale.com.
Law.com's Career Center has been designated as the exclusive legal career center on martindale.com.
Visitors to martindale.com who are seeking employment information will now link directly to the Career Center at law.com, a database of active job openings at law firms, corporations and government agencies. Users can search by job title and location.
Law.com's largest owner, an investment fund, owns a majority of American Lawyer Media Inc., the publisher of LTN.
Reader Response no. 245.
FindLaw Inc. has launched the FindLaw Outplacement Center, a resource for law firms or legal professionals that want to learn more about restructuring and career transitions. It provides information and advice on all aspects of job transitioning, from profiles of leading outplacement professionals, to guides to non-traditional employment opportunities.
Reader Response no. 246.
IC Tech Inc.'s MyWebSpeaks is server-side software for designing Web pages that "speak" their content. Users place and edit HTML code (via simplified buttons) within the text editor, and test their creations with the browser preview screen. The software produces speech files in WAV and WMA formats using L&H RealSpeak text-to-speech software, from Lernout & Hauspie Speech Products N.V.
Reader Response no. 247.
Reviews.com and Association for Computing Machinery have launched computingreviews.com. The site is an online resource that provides archived reviews of articles and books in computer science, for searching and browsing, the two companies explain. The association has published the hardcopy of Computing Reviews for 40 years.
Reader Response no. 248.