Legal Web sites today are a breed apart from those that appeared just a few years ago. From their names to their content to their appearance, the newer sites have taken significant steps forward in serving clients’ needs and making the technology serve the firm effectively and efficiently.

A glance around the legal Web universe reveals the changes. Many newer sites may use different domain names to market a particular practice: and are just two of the domain names belonging to Hartford, Conn.’s Robinson & Cole, for example. Web design is sleeker, newsier and less graphics-oriented: Washington, D.C.’s Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Kahn, at, won several awards for its graphics-rich Web site, but recently unveiled text-only pages that quickly download in a format resembling a Web-based news site such as C/Net.

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