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LegalZoom
LegalZoom provides legal help for businesses and families. All types of legal forms and agreements.

Freenetlaw
Freenetlaw supplies free legal resources for websites, and help web professionals and website operators to find other sources of free legal help, including free legal information, free legal advice, etc.

Nolo
With over 50 web properties, the Nolo Network is one of the web’s largest libraries of consumer-friendly legal information – all available for free. With oversight from Nolo’s editorial team, we strive to deliver free legal information of the highest quality. We also offer local lawyers the ability to contribute to the Nolo network.

Martindale.com
Martindale.com is one of the oldest and most prestigious attorney directories.

The American Lawyer
The American Lawyer has news and information services for legal professionals.

Corporate Counsel
Corporate Counsel is the most renowned source for information and analysis on the legal issues impacting corporate America.

AttorneyRankings.org
AttorneyRankings.org is a list of some of the best free law firm directories we have found.

Choosing An Attorney
Generally speaking, attorneys do specialize in particular areas of law. And even trial lawyers either represent plaintiffs or represent the defense and not both.
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