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April 2009 Issue

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Law Firm Websites That Work

Websites have become the shingles, business cards and phone-book ads of modern lawyering.

Even law firms that don’t expect much interest from the Internet crowd are being pressed to put up some sort of site, including one called “the world’s worst” by its Aussie firm owners.

But what makes a good website? In many ways, it depends on what the site owners want it to do.

We asked several experts in Internet presence to recommend websites they feel work well within certain categories. Their choices are meant to be exemplary, not exhaustive.

Here’s what our panelists recommend:

Web Extras

Twitter Resources

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On My Honor

Feature Section

    In Search of the Perfect Search

    A project closes in on a protocol to improve e-discovery results.

    Catch Me If You Can

    For years, Howard Kieffer dazzled clients, judges and lawyers with his federal sentencing expertise. Then they found out why he knew so much.

ABA Connection

Where’s the Revolution?

Note: Register for this month's CLE, "This Land Is Whose Land?," from 1-2 p.m. ET on Wednesday, April 15.

The National Pulse

Tongue Ties

McElhaney on Litigation

Persuasive Cross-Examination

Precedents

April 27, 1861

Letters to the Editor

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