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Hot Dog! Hot Docs 5.3! Hot Dog! Hot Docs 5.3! Corel Corp. and LexisNexis report that the latest upgrade of HotDocs supports WordPerfect Office 2002. Hot Docs 5.3 templates can be used to assemble customized documents in minutes, they explain.

The new edition is available in either a Web-based or desktop version, they note.

Reader Response no. 222. is a Web-based recruiting tool created exclusively for the legal community, reports Niche Recruiting Technologies. Law firms using the software can obtain "electronic resumés from law and pre-law students, via a hosted, private and database-driven online job application," reports the company.

Reader Response no. 223.

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