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Wisconsin Law Journal Site Has New Look, New Features

About a week ago, the Wisconsin Law Journal unveiled a new Web site. Besides a sleek new look, WLJ has introduced some sweet new features including several new blogs and a handful of RSS feeds.

In his introductory post, Managing Editor, Tony Anderson explains:

New features will include a variety of blogs touching on a range of topics relating to the practice of law and our courts. Readers will be able to comment directly on blog postings and stories, making our site a place to discuss the issues that are important to you. We also have added a daily update of the Milwaukee County Circuit Court calendar.

Bar associations and other non-profit groups are invited to visit our community calendar and post your upcoming events. And subscribers will be able to sign up for our daily e-mail news service - WLJ Today.

In addition to our Web site and daily e-mail updates, we will continue to provide our weekly legal newspaper with all the features you've trusted and relied upon for the past 25 years. Content that is more than seven days old will be limited to print or online subscribers only.