Attorney and author Judith Silver crafted Coollawyer(R) Legal Forms based on her years as in-house counsel for Fortune 1000 companies. Her past lives include technology, IP, contract, data, procurement and related law practice through Adobe Systems, Travelocity/Sabre, Humana, TheUseful, North Highland Consulting and more. She is licensed in CA, FL, NY and TX. She created coollawyer.com in 1999 shortly after Al Gore created the Internet. She is witty, flippant, fearless and fun. An animal lover and world traveler, she is relentlessly curious, provacative and up for a new adventure.
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Coollawyer, through author Judith Silver, has had a monthly column on legal topics for Entrepreneur Magazine online, has written for Lexis Nexis publishing, several other publications and publishes the legal forms online. Miss Silver has appeared on CNET radio, Entrepreneur radio and provided information for Computerworld, among other publications.
Coollawyer.com has had exposure through CNET, numerous radio and television shows and sites, including appearing on Forbes Radio on American Airlines in December, 2003 and on NPR on Delta Airlines in January and February, 2004, and others. Coollawyer.com has won the South Florida Interactive Marketing Association's Excellence (SOFIE) 2006 Award, the Cool Site of the Day Award, the Golden Web Award, the Majon Web Select Award, the BT Design Award for Best Site, the Nifty 50 Award, for listing as Hotlink of the Day, for listing in SCORE's Business Links and Entrepreneur Magazine online and was chosen by About as Best of the Net in the Cyberspace Law category in 2001.