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Supporters of the Internet may not like laws, but the law sure likes the Internet.
The legal community and its supporting industries have embraced the World Wide Web as a technology that allows them to improve efficiencies and reduce costs. And now the Web can offer expert advice to lawyers.
The Technology Group, a Baltimore-based tech firm, launched LawOnTheWeb.com last week and is touting it as the Internet's "first interactive legal resource."
By logging on to the Web site, users can enter subjects and the software behind the site -- known as SmartWords -- compiles extensive research on the topic. The interactive nature of the site comes from …