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One More Day to Register for Business Building Accountability Club

If you're still interested in registering for the upcoming Business Building Accountabilty Club, scheduled for December 5, there's still time...up until midnight tonight. To view more details on the event and/or to register (there's no cost), visit this link. And for those who have already registered, watch for the agenda and course materials in your email tomorrow.

Posted by Carolyn Elefant on December 3, 2007 at 04:04 AM in Marketing & Making Money | Permalink

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Carolyn, I was registered but missed the call as I forgot it was 1:00 EST, and I'm in Illinois.

May I still participate?

Sandy

Posted by: Sandy Slaga | Dec 5, 2007 11:19:34 AM

Contact information:
Nicholas G. Kaizer
Vice President - North Law Publishers, Inc.
tel: 212-737-0400
fax: 212-396-4152
nkaizer@northlawpublishers.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

North Law Publishers, Inc. Announces the Launch of the Washington, D.C. Judicial Ratings Website, www.robingroom.com/dc/


New Site Modeled Upon its Highly Popular Federal Judicial-Rating Portal

New York, NY – November 1, 2007 -- After the launch last year of www.therobingroom.com, a highly successful, online portal that allows lawyers and other members of the legal community to rate Federal judges, North Law Publishers, Inc. has unveiled the Washington, D.C. version of this popular site. The robingroom.com, with more than 8,000 critiques of Federal judges posted to date, has gained prominence as the fastest growing judicial-rating website in the country. The Washington, D.C. version of The Robing Room will provide the same intelligence to those who use the State courts as the Federal site provides to Federal court users.

“After launching the Federal site, we were inundated with e-mails to launch State sites,” commented Nicholas G. Kaizer, vice president of North Law Publishers. “This is the first of 50 State sites that we will be developing over the coming months. We also are in discussion to develop several international judge-rating sites as well. These portals will become invaluable resources of information for attorneys and other members of the legal community at large.”

User-friendly interfaces allow visitors to rate judges based on set criteria, and to submit an in-depth commentary so that others researching a judge for an upcoming case can see the rationale behind the ratings and prepare themselves accordingly. The identity of the rater remains completely anonymous. “The quality and integrity of the comments posted reflect the legal community’s acknowledgement that a resource of this caliber is needed and highly appreciated,” asserted Mr. Kaizer. “We are thrilled at the amount of interest generated thus far and are excited to be expanding our efforts to the State level.”

The sites are free to use and will, in the very near future, offer members of the legal community an online platform to advertise their services for a nominal monthly fee. “Advertisers will be able to target their promotions on a national, state or local level, reaching the specific audiences that will best support their businesses and build their brand,” noted Mr. Kaizer. “Legal service providers, in particular, will find advertising on these sites of great value because of the high level of traffic and the ability to custom tailor their outreach to the target markets that will generate the greatest return on investment.”

Posted by: Nicholas Kaizer | Dec 5, 2007 6:41:48 AM

Posted by: toponlineepornrponv | Dec 5, 2007 3:01:34 AM

Hi Carolyn,
I want to attend, but I missed the dealine! May I still call in?
Gini

Posted by: Gini Nelson | Dec 4, 2007 5:01:12 PM

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