Jan. 26, 2013
-- NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – Skinder-Strauss Associates, publisher of the Lawyers Diary and Manual® (LDM), announced today a special promotion allowing new subscribers to try the popular online version of Lawyers Diary and Manual, LDMonline™, free of charge for 90 days. The offer is available for a limited time and provides customers with full access to the complete LDMonline directory as well as all of the platform’s useful tools and calculators.
LDMonline is a comprehensive database of the legal community, including lawyers, firms, courts, agencies, support services, and others—all of the frequently referenced directory information of the traditional (printed) Lawyers Diary and Manual, along with websites and email addresses, in a convenient, intuitive, and fast online format. Subscribers can download vCards to compatible address books, link to Google maps, and access county and court jurisdiction information, along with a variety of other useful resources including fee schedules, motions, and other practice-specific calculators.
LDMonline registration provides users a customizable experience with the ability to create and store notes and favorite listings with searchable annotation and bookmarking, and every subscription includes a complementary mobile application. Individual LDMonline subscriptions per jurisdiction range from $49 to $74, with site licenses considered for firms with 10 or more users.
Free, 90-day trial subscriptions are offered until February 14, 2013, with the use of a special coupon code available from LDMonline by calling 973-642-1440, ext. 105. Registration for LDMonline or any version of the Lawyers Diary and Manual is available at www.lawdiary.com.
About Skinder-Strauss Associates
Skinder-Strauss Associates and its affiliates own a wide variety of companies serving the legal marketplace, including New Jersey Lawyers Service, LLC; Empire Lawyers Service, LLC (dba American Clerical Service); E-Law, LLC (www.eLaw.com);
and Lawyers Diary and Manual®, which is the definitive legal directory covering New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Florida, and New Hampshire.