R U shure you'd not be securing that stuff by not circumventing rules about the unauthorized practice of law? While it is true that despite the legal profession's historical resistance to technological advances the burgeoning world of cyberspace is bringing change to the practice of law, attorney-client relationships issues are still to be considered. Online exchanges resulting in the giving of specific legal advice are likely viewed as creating attorney-client relationships. Moreover, disclaimers are unlikely to provide the protection that many lawyers seek. Also state bars have consistently viewed the furnishing of particularized legal advice as creating an attorney-client relationship and frowned on such advice-giving in nontraditional contexts.