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From the email I received:
The awards, hailed by the New York Times as “the online equivalent of an Oscar”, officially launched their Call For Entries last week. Justice Learning took home the top prize at the 10th Annual Webby Awards, while sites from Court TV, Jurist, and FindLaw were among the nominees.
If your firm has a site that you think is Webby-worthy, I would definitely encourage you to enter. While designing your firm’s site with an award in mind is an absolutely awful idea (you’re trying to get clients and make money….not have a pretty site), the converse is also true: If you’ve got a great site that is really working well for you, maybe you deserve an award!
And as any law firm knows, a little bit of nationwide good publicity never hurts.
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