Press Release

January 24, 2000

eAttorney and TimeBills.com Provide Legal Community with Online Time and Money Management

A Market of Nearly 3 million Legal Professionals and 120,000 Law Students to Have Access to TimeBills.com Service at eAttorney.com

Atlanta, GA and Boston, MA (January 24, 2000) -- eAttorney, Inc., the leading application service provider (ASP) and destination site for legal professionals, today announced that TimeBills.com will provide a market of nearly 3 million legal professionals and law students with online time tracking, invoice delivery, and expense reporting on eAttorney's full-service legal site. The site will continue to expand offerings as eAttorney unveils a hand-selected suite of complimentary applications for the legal community. The announcement was made in conjunction with Legal Tech, America's #1 Legal Technology Showcase, being held January 24 -26, 2000 at the New York Hilton & Towers. Visit TimeBills.com during the show at Booth #528.

"Partnering with TimeBills.com, the recognized leader in Web-based time billing and expense management, is part of a series of product enhancements and alliances that are making eAttorney a full-service destination site for the legal community," said Samuel B. Kellett, Jr., Chief Executive Officer of eAttorney. "We are targeting this service towards small and mid-sized law firms, which comprise close to 97% of all law firms and may lack the financial resources and in-house technical expertise to invest in expensive business solutions. By managing their time and money with TimeBills.com through eAttorney.com, legal professionals can add value to their professional lives and make more time for their personal lives."

In addition to TimeBills.com's services, eAttorney offers value-added e-services such as secure e-mail and document delivery, a proprietary on-campus recruiting system (OCI+), a 25,000-strong lateral recruiting database, aggregated buying, unified messaging, litigation research and online relocation tools.

"TimeBills.com and eAttorney understand that every minute counts in the legal industry," said Tom Brennan, Vice President of Strategic Alliances for TimeBills.com. "We are committed to providing the tools and resources necessary to automate a core part of any attorney's job: keeping track of time and expenses."

According to an online survey conducted with a sample of TimeBills.com's 15,000 members, members recouped an average of $600 per month using TimeBills.com, partially due to their using the minute-by-minute automated timer for more accurate billing.

Other eAttorney services in development include: alumni outreach services, document management, continuing legal education (CLE), additional legal research capabilities, e-filing, legal newswire, interactive events, chat room and message board for legal professionals, financial and consumer financial services, daily news, weather and sports, e-commerce offerings for travel and major purchases and an attorney-client collaboration Intranet-Extranet.

About the TimeBills.com Services
TimeBills.com, free for the first five employees per company, offers two services, TimeBills and TravelExpenses. Launched on June 1, 1999, TimeBills.com provides efficient, cost-effective services for over 15,000 small businesses. Under the terms of the agreement, eAttorney.com's more than 65,000 registered users will be able to seamlessly take advantage of the TimeBills.com resources without leaving eAttorney.com. Links to a co-branded page housing the services at a discount will be available from eAttorney.com's "eTools" section.

TimeBills provides an easy-to-use, convenient way to track time and billable expenses, maintain project and client information and create quality invoices online. Members can email, fax or mail their own invoices or outsource the printing, addressing, stamping and mailing of invoices via the EZ Invoice service, an efficient and hassle-free way to send clients a two-page 8.5"x 11" invoice, return envelope and a pre-addressed perforated payment stub. After receiving three free invoices, members pay $4.95 for every three invoices.

TravelExpenses provides companies with a simple, complete, automated expense reporting system. Employees create and submit expense reports, and managers approve them for reimbursement all online. Employees get paid faster, and companies save money and time usually wasted generating, circulating, processing and filing paper reports.

Available 24 hours, seven days a week, TimeBills.com supports all major Internet browsers and is easily accessed from any Internet-equipped computer. All data is backed up on state-of-the-art servers, encrypted, password protected and only accessible to the TimeBills.com member.

About TimeBills.com
TimeBills.com was founded in March of 1999 in order to provide small businesses and solo practitioners with Web-based services that ease their administrative burdens. Headquartered in Boston, MA, TimeBills.com is committed to providing a new network of professionals with convenient Web-based solutions.

About eAttorney, Inc.
eAttorney, Inc. is the leading application service provider (ASP) and destination site for legal professionals. The Company offers both proprietary and partnered Internet-based business solutions for the legal profession together with attorney-focused business and personal content and services through one Web site, www.eattorney.com. eAttorney's Web site currently has more than 65,000 constant users of its Internet-based on-campus recruiting service and lateral recruiting tool, OCI+ (On-campus Interviewing Plus), the growth point for the site. This user base includes 40,000 students at 39 law schools and more than 300 law firms, as well as 25,000 attorneys using eAttorney's lateral job search solutions. By enabling all involved parties to communicate on the Internet, OCI+ allows law schools and employers to jointly solve the administrative problems associated with on-campus interviewing and lateral recruiting, thus streamlining the whole career search process. Examples of law schools using the system are Duke University, the University of Chicago and the University of Michigan. Examples of law firms are Shearman & Sterling, Baker & McKenzie, King & Spalding, Reed Smith Shaw & McClay and Kilpatrick Stockton. eAttorney, Inc., a private company, was founded in 1996 as Net Placement Corporation. The company employs 30 people, is headquartered in Atlanta and has operations in Philadelphia.

Contact
Jeff Hunt
TimeBills.com
Phone: 617-351-0230
jeffhunt@openair.com