Elaw’s NEW Website Launch!

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eLaw Presents our New Websiteelawscreen2

We are excited to announce the launch of eLaws newly designed website – www.elaw.com! Our goal with this newly designed website was to create a user-friendly browsing experience for our trusted and valued customers and business partners. We hope you enjoy our new uncluttered design that is easy to navigate, and more mobile user-friendly.


Our current and prospective clients will find useful information about our products and services on the homepage of our website presented in a cleaner and less cluttered manner. There are direct links to our Products and Pricing, Partners, Blog and News updates. The Homepage also serves as the location to log into existing accounts or to sign up for a new one.


We value your loyalty and want to put a face to the voice or email when you reach out to us. Meet our Team and feel confident that we are doing our very best to serve you and meet your needs and concerns.

Social Media

The site contains integrated social media buttons for our Blog, Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin pages to foster improved communication with our clients. We will be constantly updating our content with helpful information, articles, blogs, company announcements and new products.

We are sure that in our new website you will find all the information that you need. If you have anything you would like to provide feedback on, or about your experience with the website, please send us an email.

eLaw helps brings your practice to a whole new level. To learn more about our products or how we can make your law practice function more efficiently Click here to request a free, no-pressure (really!) presentation at your office or call us at 212-503-6000.

Warm Regards,

Dominick Esposito
eLaw President


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