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Practising Law Institute (PLI) Announces PLI XChange

October 31, 2008

Practising Law Institute (PLI) launched PLI Xchange today, calling it the “legal profession’s first online learning and collaboration service designed to bring the power of enterprise social networking through IBM Lotus software to its extensive audience of legal professionals.” 

According to the press release describing the system that was posted on Earth Times today, “Unlike existing networking services, PLI XChange not only provides the necessary platform and tools for legal professionals to gain and share knowledge in their areas of interest or expertise, it also allows them to network with PLI faculty and PLI attendees to share ideas, create new business relationships and engage in peer-to-peer learning.”

The press release also reports:

Membership to PLI XChange is being offered to PLI seminar attendees and faculty as well as Privileged Members: that means that over one hundred thousand attorneys are eligible to participate today, including in-house counsel from most of the Fortune 1000 and partners and associates from leading law firms.  

Don’t expect to find a website for PDF XChange or mention of this new system on the PLI.edu website.  Check out the press release, for more information about this Web 2.0 service.  I imagine PLI would welcome calls on it as well.

~ Nina Platt

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