NEW YORK, Feb. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Lawline.com, the leading provider in online continuing legal education (CLE), has launched a first of its kind mobile CLE website. The company's 300+ on-demand video CLE programs are now fully compatible with all major mobile and smartphone devices. With the launch of the mobile website, Lawline.com aims to set a new industry standard for technology and convenience by allow CLE credit to be more suitable to today's active and time-strapped lawyers.
According to the 2010 American Bar Association Legal Technology Survey Report, just over 75 percent of respondents utilize smart phones, mainly divided between the BlackBerry, iPhone, Palm, and Android. Some researchers estimate that 172 million smartphones were sold worldwide last year. In addition, Apple has sold over 14 million iPads since launching the product in mid-2010. The research shows strong direction that mobile technology is the future of CLE.
"The goal is to make the attorney's life simpler," says Lawline.com CEO David Schnurman. "Today's professional is time-stressed and constantly on the move. Our new site allows lawyers to complete their CLE requirements and learn from high-quality streaming video courses, from anywhere and at anytime."
Lawline.com's new site features streaming video, downloadable written materials, MP3 capability, e-mailed certificates of completion, and a user friendly dashboard that tracks all course history. Finally, all programs can be viewed at no charge by visiting the website (though credit reception and access to written materials does require course payment).
To learn more, visit www.lawline.com from your mobile device and choose from any of available courses.
Established in 1999, Lawline.com has rapidly become a leading provider of Online Continuing Legal Education courses for attorneys across the country. Focusing on its customers, technology, and content has always been its primary mission. In addition to producing its own high quality programming, Lawline.com has partnered with bar associations, law schools, and CLE providers across the country to bring the best possible course catalog to its diverse customer base of attorneys. In 2010, Crain's New York Business ranked Lawline.com the 21st best place to work in New York City.