Littler Tops RedStreet List
RedStreet Inc. has published its fourth annual review of the nation's largest law firms' Web sites, including reviews of the all of The National Law Journal 250 law firms.
Topping the list was San Francisco-based Littler Mendelson PC, which earned the title, "Law Firm Web site of the Millennium." Littler scored 28 out of a possible 30 points, and earned an "A" rating in two out of three categories, RedStreet reports. Littler's site is at www.littler.com.
"This year, it is clear that law firms have come into their own on the Internet and are beginning to keep pace with available technology," says RedStreet president and co-founder Erik J. Heels. Richard Klau is the other founder.
Each site is evaluated on about 50 factors in three categories: content, presentation and experience. Reviews take into consideration page layout, navigation elements, interactive elements and substantive content, says the company.
The RedStreet site also includes a "museum" of what the firm's home page looked like at the time it was reviewed, and the site includes a list of law-related sites dating back to 1992, it says.
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