NEW YORK, June 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Lawline.com, the largest provider of online continuing legal education, announced today it has launched a platform to be at the crux of the free e-learning revolution. Lawline.com joins the likes of MIT and Harvard in providing free educational online content. The company predicts 25 million courses viewed through 2014.
Lawline.com's philosophy is that education should be available to everyone and not fee-based. This concept was started in 2011, when it launched both LearnLawline.com and its mobile website to serve as free alternatives to view courses without certification.
To date, Lawline.com has issued over 1,000,000 certificates to attorneys who completed courses. Under its new design, dubbed Lawline 2.0, the company will expand its market size to the public at large through partnerships with universities, law schools, and leading organizations in the legal and business community.
"We are in the middle of an e-learning revolution," says Lawline.com CEO David Schnurman. "With our new platform, Lawline.com will be at the forefront of it."
Headquartered in the financial district of downtown Manhattan, Lawline.com is a national Online Continuing Education (CE) provider. With millions of courses viewed, Lawline.com's 35 employees cater to attorneys, accountants and other professionals across the country.
Lawline.com has received multiple awards in recognition of its company culture. Notably, Crains named Lawline.com the #21 Best Places to Work in New York City and New York Enterprise Report awarded Lawline.com with Best Practices in Human Resources and Leadership. Its success has also been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Inc., Entrepreneur, & Forbes.com.
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