The survey of law firms ...found that 62% said they were now under more price pressure from clients compared with a year ago. Law Society spokesman Paul Marsh said he had ‘never known such pressure on fees’. Law Society Gazette
(PRWeb UK) March 24, 2010
With the Legal Services Act 2007 likely to shake up the market for legal services next year when the first Alternative Business Structures will be licensed law firms are under pressure to deliver legal services more cost effectively, and in alternative ways to the traditional one to one consultancy model.
Website Contract in Context, from Azrights Intellectual Property and Internet Solicitors, does just that.
It is an innovative way for delivering business guidance on how small businesses can effectively specify their website requirements. It comes with an extensive multi media course about websites, a website requirements checklist, contract template written in plain English The product is created in conjunction with Ferreter.net, a web development company.
Last month Azrights released a similar SEO Contract in Context product, which is currently a free resource.
Shireen Smith had the idea for the product as a result of On-line Branding workshops at the British Library's BIPC she has been running since June last year
The Website Contract In Context product is available for licensing by lawyers and other business advisers wanting to offer an advisory service to their clients for a 6 month trial period. By accessing the system they can gain more insight into different types of online presence and the commercial issues surrounding these contracts. Internet consultants have traditionally adopted a very informal approach, many of them not using contracts at all. As this is to the disadvantage of the buyer who has less clarity about what they are being sold, it is important that lawyers should offer advice to their clients on internet matters.
For further information visit Azrights News and Media page.