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Feudalism to Facebook in 18 months – meeting the challenge of new governance structures (New Zealand Law Society)

by on Nov 22, 2010

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Malcolm Gunn & Clarion Wells of the New Zealand Law Society ...

Malcolm Gunn & Clarion Wells of the New Zealand Law Society

From the Squiz 2010 New Zealand User Conference

On 1 February 2009, 13 District Law Societies were disestablished by the Lawyers and Conveyancers Act 2006. Overnight they were transformed into branches of the New Zealand Law Society and “One Society” was born. The challenge was, the One Society had 9 web sites, disparate branding, rogue content and inconsistent standards. A year on, my.lawsociety was launched as the online flagship that brings the branches and sections ofthe Law Society together in one place. This is the story of managing regional expectations and balancing the need for local delivery while adhering to national standards while providing new services to New Zealand's legal profession and the public via the Web.

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