A Look At The Best Law Firm Websites!

Written by Posted On Tuesday, 04 February 2014 05:58

If you are an attorney it’s likely that your firm has a website but, if you don’t, it is definitely something that you should strongly consider developing!

Large firms will typically have a well-crafted website that provides the curious visitor or prospective client an in-depth look into what they do, the attorney’s who do it and some of the landmark cases they have participated in.

For sole practitioners or small law firms there is a chance that there is no website for the curious to visit or, if there is one, that it may be nothing more than a bare bones look at who they are and what they do.

In today’s business environment a website serves as a calling card, particularly if a potential client is searching for a specific practice area in a specific geographic location. It should look good, be informative and be easy to navigate around.

A website should also be created in such a way that it is easily ‘found’ by the search engines like Google when someone enters a keyword or phrase in the search bar.

This can be critical for developing new business because for many firms search engine optimization (SEO) and appearing on the first page of the search results is a key part of its marketing plan (‘Internet marketing for real estate and the law!‘).

In an article at Lawyerist.com there is a vote being held for ‘Best Law Firm Websites, 2014 Edition’ that presents links to what they consider to be the Top 10 global law firm websites.

While some of these firms will be unknown to readers, visiting them will provide some idea of what constitutes excellent website design.

The link to the article can be found by clicking here.

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Michael Haltman

Hallmark Abstract Service provides title insurance for both residential and commercial real estate transactions in New York State.

Hallmark Abstract President Michael Haltman is also extremely involved with the combat veterans 501(c)(3) Heroes To Heroes Foundation, serving as the Board Chair.

Hallmark Abstract Service

In 2008 we opened our doors focused on two primary goals:

Number one was to be a title insurance company that would provide clients with a superior finished product that completely protects their interests for what will likely be one of the largest transactions of their lifetime.

Number two was to insure that the experience of working with Hallmark Abstract Service was as easy and seamless as possible for all parties involved in the transaction!

From the number of satisfied clients who come back to Hallmark Abstract Service time after time for their title insurance needs, the evidence bears out that we have accomplished these two goals in the past and will maintain our client centric focus far into the future!

Michael Haltman

Post 1984 MBA in Finance from the State University of New York at Albany that concentrated on the tax-exempt market, Michael became a municipal bond analyst at Shearson/Lehman Brothers tasked with following general obligation issuers on the city and state level as well as housing bonds secured by mortgage pools.

This experience at Shearson/Lehman Brothers followed by stints at PaineWebber and Citigroup provided a broad framework and understanding of the real estate and mortgage markets.

As CEO of Exeter Commercial which underwrote and funded commercial mortgage loans as a correspondent lender, title insurance played a critical role in both the underwriting and closing process.

In 2008 recognizing both an opportunity and need, Hallmark Abstract Service was born.


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