The document-sharing site JD Supra will formally launch a new feature tomorrow that makes finding and following information on specific topics much easier. The new addition — already available on the site — is a series of Law Centers that organize documents by topics and areas of interest. These topics are arranged under four main categories — Business, Personal, Government and Law Practice — with various subcategories under each.

Within each section are featured news articles along with the latest articles and legal documents posted to JD Supra that relate to the topic. Contributors are also highlighted. Each section also has its own Twitter feed where you can follow new additions. (Here, for example, is the feed for the Labor & Employment section.) I’d love to see an RSS feed also, but I couldn’t find any evidence of one.

JD Supra founder Aviva Cuyler said in an e-mail that the new feature “makes the content much more accessible, and also allows visitors to see the latest cases and analysis on timely legal issues in their areas of interest at a glance. This also allows us to really showcase the contributors who are providing content on particular subjects.”

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