A survey of firms' websites has found a gap in quality between those that shine and those that are below par, writes Derek Bedlow
Who needs to be online? According to the Legal Research Group’s (LRG’s) report, Online Trends In The Legal Profession, 80% of clients expect their lawyers to have e-mail in the same way as they might expect them to have a telephone line installed. And one-third of clients would look for another lawyer if their firm cannot manage to put a website together.
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