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Summary: The co-founders of Internet For Research bring vast levels of experience to attorneys and other legal professionals so that they can conduct the best Internet research for their projects.
Internet For Lawyers has been in business for over 16 years. They give professional and entertaining turn-key CLE programs to law firms, corporations, and Bar Associations around the country. Their presentations give information on free investigative and background research resources on the Internet.
The company was started by Carole Levitt. Prior to starting the company, she had built up over 20 years of extensive experience as an attorney, law librarian, Internet trainer, and law school faculty member. Vice President Mark Rosch also has 20 years of experience, but his is in traditional marketing. Before founding Internet For Lawyers with Levitt, he was the head of a major cable television network’s Public Relations department. Together, they have written several books and articles that have appeared in numerous magazine and publications.
The blog maintained by the two highlights current news in the legal industry. Their latest article discusses how Facebook has now removed the feature that has allowed you to find a Facebook user by name without being logged into an account.
Their blog posts also provide Internet research tips, which make sense since that is what their company is all about. They share their secrets for better Google searches and how to access research databases for free. When databases are not free, they explain which ones are best in order to maximize budgets.
I was incredibly happy with the site. I thought it was very easy to use; had significantly more postings than any other site (or combination of sites); and provided a lot of useful information. (the number, and caliber, of job postings). Exactly what I was looking for – I have 5 years’ experience and was looking for a lateral move or an in-house position, and that’s exactly what I found!