Their goal was to establish a professional, branded web presence to present to their clients. The main purpose of their website is to give them a polished atmosphere online that would distinguish them as an experienced, personable, and reputable firm.
We kicked off the project with research into the competitive landscape of legal ethics. The client provided a starting off point by providing their logo and previous website copy. We approached the design of the website to accomplish the branded, professional look the client was going for. The website was built with the key goal in mind of promoting their ethics hotline. The ethics hotline is what it sounds like: a number to call when you have an ethics question and could benefit from consulting with an independent, objective lawyer with experience in analyzing and answering ethics issues. The overall website design focused on structuring a modern and authoritative style that complemented the firm’s brand.
Preventative Lawyering announces the redesign of its website, https://preventivelawyering.com. Their firm is a law firm focusing in Legal Ethics in Connecticut. Wick R. Chambers hired the award-winning web design experts at Conroy Creative Counsel, which is a marketing firm focused on providing custom, agency level law firm website design along with killer technology. The website incorporates the most up-to-date web design trends and technology such as WordPress CMS development, responsive design, user-friendly, automated search engine optimization (SEO), and a stunning design that inspires potential clients to take action.
Successfully achieving these goals, though, takes some planning and commitment. Here are a few questions you should ask yourself as you brainstorm some good goals for your firm and as you track your success throughout the year.
Law firms that show genuine appreciation for their clients are capable of developing better relationships with them. It shows a willingness to place people above profits, and a genuine desire to do right by the people who come through your doors.