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TabletLawyer Partners with Courtroom 21 Project in the Courtroom of the Future.

Poulsbo, Washington, February 8, 2007-- TabletLawyer, LLC is pleased to announce an agreement to place Tablet PCs in the “courtroom of the future” operated by Courtroom 21 Project from the College of William & Mary Law School, home of the Center for Legal and Court Technology. The College of William & Mary has a proud tradition of providing a very rigorous education and is the oldest law school in the United States founded in 1779 at the urging of then-governor of Virginia, Thomas Jefferson. The Center for Legal and Court Technology has an international reputation for having the world’s most technologically advanced trial and appellate courtroom.

As a participating company with Courtroom 21, TabletLawyer, is honored to have Tablet PCs installed in Courtroom 21 and is pleased to offer the staff complimentary training in the general use of a Tablet PC and use of Microsoft OneNote and Microsoft Office to increase the efficiency, organization, and productivity of judges, lawyers and court staff.

About TabletLawyer, LLC

TabletLawyer, LLC was founded by James Province, a busy solo practice lawyer in Poulsbo, WA. Last year he had twelve yellow pads of notes in use at the same time in his office. After he discovered a Tablet PC, he increased his own organization and productivity through effective use of the Tablet and certain software. He is now passionate about introducing the technology to other lawyers. TabletLawyer, LLC sells Lenovo, Fujitsu and Motion Computing Tablet PCs and peripherals. Unique in this industry, TabletLawyer provides complimentary training to it’s customers in the general use of a Tablet PC as well as effective use of Microsoft OneNote and Microsoft Office to take advantage of Tablet technology. For more information, visit www.TabletLawyer.com and www.Courtroom21.net