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FindLaw and WhoWhere? Launch JusticeMail -- Free E-mail for the Legal Community

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Free E-mail for the Legal Community

PALO ALTO, CA -- July 27, 1998 -- Adding to its panoply of free services for the legal community, FindLaw, Inc., today announced JusticeMail, free Web-based e-mail, provided in collaboration with WhoWhere? Inc, the leading provider of Web-based communication applications.

Lawyers, other legal professionals and law students can now get their own free legal e-mail addresses, enabling them to access their accounts from any computer in the world via the Web. The convenient accounts also include an address book, vacation reply, address blocking and POP mail options.

"We are excited to be working with WhoWhere, which has privately labeled the e-mail services to look and feel consistent with the FindLaw site," said Stacy Stern, President of FindLaw, Inc. "The ease and convenience of JusticeMail fosters communication and collaboration within the legal community."

About FindLaw

FindLaw, Inc., is dedicated to making legal information on the Internet easy to find. The popular FindLaw Web site, which is intuitively designed for legal professionals, includes a comprehensive guide to legal resources on the Internet, legal search tools, such as LawCrawler and full-text law review searching, case law, including U.S. Supreme Court decisions back to 1893, free Web sites for lawyers, law firms and legal organizations, online continuing legal education, legal community spaces and legal specialty guides. FindLaw is located online at http://www.findlaw.com.

About WhoWhere? Inc.

WhoWhere? Inc., based in Mountain View, Calif., is a leading onlinecommunications guide and provider of Web-based applications that enablepeople and businesses worldwide to seamlessly find, communicate andcollaborate with each other. The company's online directories include freeaccess to telephone listings, e-mail addresses, personal home pages, andbusiness URLs. WhoWhere's suite of network applications currently includese-mail, personal home pages and directory services. Using aprivate-labeling model, WhoWhere licenses these applications to majorbrands, community-based organizations and affinity groups that want toincrease site traffic and brand affinity. WhoWhere can be reached online at http://www.whowhere.com.