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Wednesday, 27 June 2012 09:22
Bayoubuzz.com launches new legal portal, www.LouisianaLawBuzz.com
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Optimized-law-buzz 1A new website has been launched, today, for the Louisiana legal community and for the general public. Louisiana Law Buzz is a site for lawyers, judges, and the public to come together to discuss issues pertaining to the law in Louisiana. It can be found at http://www.louisianalawbuzz.com/.

LouisianaLawBuzz.com will feature polls, articles, blogs, columns, forums, and social media communities where people can discuss legal issues pertaining to Louisiana.

"We believe that our portal site Bayoubuzz.com is the "buzz of Louisiana" and our goal is to make LouisianaLawBuzz.com, the place to go for Louisiana and national legal and court news and information," says Stephen Sabludowsky, publisher of both Bayoubuzz.com and LouisianaLawBuzz.com.

The new legal site can be accessed by clicking here or from the portal site, Bayoubuzz, here. It is free to register with both sites and comments, feedback, and interaction are encouraged.

Visitors can now engage in the forums such as who will be the next Louisiana Supreme Court Chief Justice or discuss the upcoming election for that high-court.

Currently, one can vote on the constitutionality of the healthcare law, which decision will be announced Thursday or read the daily blog and join the legal community.

“Virtually, every day, we will be adding a new feature to the site so the user enjoys the experience.  To optimize the value of the site, users should sign-in or log-in with their Facebook account or register and then jump in”, Sabludowsky said.

Sabludowsky said LouisianaLawBuzz is looking for experienced and good writers, bloggers, technology experts, vendors and partners.  For more information, he can be contacted at steve AT-law-cyber.com.

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