There are three factors to consider about the layout of a law firm’s website and content management system. While Web design firms strategize functionality and the page’s overall aesthetic features, the page elements reflect a blueprint of your practice: navigation, the table of contents and your clientele.

The Net Impact designed the following websites for two different law offices. Refer to the following examples to help guide you in selecting a content management system for your practice. is a prototype of a legal Web site with congruent design. Horizontal navigation enables the prospective client to easily access specific information. Rows of pull-down tabs highlight what resources the visitor can expect on each page.

To establish credibility, Noonan and Wisemen Attorneys at Law features a client portfolio.  On the “Recent Cases” and “Media” pages, a content management system eases the process of publishing new client scores and current cases.

On the Greensfelder Web site, the attorney’s site maintains a list of their latest internal promotions, new legislation and other current event notifications. The online publication distinguishes the practice as the premier corporate law firm. Publications and newsletters are bifurcated according to the law office’s partners and various practice groups. The content management system (CMS) abbreviates the time needed to update new information.

Along the horizontal navigation, comprehensive pull-down tabs encapsulate the contents of each page’s sub-categories. With various keywords stylized in bold, and linked to corresponding pages, attains high visibility and exposure from search engine traffic.

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