Practical Law site redesign: Check out what’s new and improved
Practical Law’s re-designed U.S. website launched Saturday, Oct. 12, with enhancements that promise to make practicallaw.com easier to use and more intuitive for subscribers. The site will offer improved search and browse functionality, a cleaner streamlined interface, and other exciting features.
Here are a few of the enhancements:
- MegaMenu – Users can now browse by practice area or resource type using the new MegaMenu, which appears at the top of every page. The MegaMenu lists the main sections of the website: Practice Areas, Resources, International and My Practical Law. With the MegaMenu’s drop down boxes, subscribers can navigate the entire website effortlessly.
- Dedicated Resources Pages – The Resources tab in the MegaMenu makes it easier to navigate different types of resources by practice area, as well as quick access to features such as State Q&A, What’s Market, Brief Bank and Practical Law The Journal.
- Navigate to Global Content – The MegaMenu makes it easier to find Practical Law’s global content in one place. By clicking the MegaMenu’s International tab, subscribers can access Country Essentials that includes country-specific publications.
- Integration with Westlaw – Now that Practical Law is part of Thomson Reuters, subscribers can access primary law sources via links to WestlawNext from many of our core resources.