About Web Sites for Lawyers, Law Firms, Paralegal Practices

When any new client chooses us to develop their web site, it an honor and a responsibility. The observations here concern web sites for law firms, in particular.

We approach each law firm, paralegal practice, or independent legal professional’s web presence from the ground up. with a clear understanding of their business’s “personality” and objectives, and what motivates them. This ensures the site we develop is specific to the client, targets their goals, and uses language and design to represent them effectively to clients, colleagues, and community.

screenshot: home page of Soriano Law Offices - web sites for lawyers, new law practices

Web sites for lawyers, law firms, and paralegals practices share a set of requirements. We help position our professional clients favorably among their online peers and competitors.

In the case of a law firm, we begin by learning a few specifics. What area of the law? Who are the typical clients? If different, who are the ideal clients? Defense or prosecution, civil or criminal? How does the firm like to distinguish itself from competitors and colleagues?

Key considerations include:

  • principals
  • principles
  • pedigree
  • portfolio

We welcome inquiries from:

  • law firms
  • individual attorneys
  • corporate legal
  • paralegal practices (special consideration may be available to some non-profit, community-oriented organizations and associations)
Summary
Design and development of web sites for lawyers, law firms, and paralegal services
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5 based on 1 votes
Service Type
Design and development of web sites for lawyers, law firms, and paralegal services
Provider Name
External Design,
The Esplanade,Redondo Beach,California-USA,
Area
California, Hawaii, New York - and online everywhere (of course!)
Description
In the case of a law firm, we begin web development by learning: What area of the law? Who are the typical clients? Who are the ideal clients? Defense or prosecution, civil or criminal? How does the firm distinguish itself from competitors and colleagues?
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