After a total rebuild and a lot of effort by the working-party led by Russell Dewhurst that was tasked with overseeing it, the new website of the Ecclesiastical Law Society has gone live. The new site, which is being formally launched at the Society’s AGM today, was designed and implemented by Square Eye, a website design company specialising in law firms, membership associations and barristers’ chambers. The Society also now has a Twitter account.
The intention is that the new site will enable the Society to be more effective in promoting education in ecclesiastical law. New features include:
- online booking of events and a growing resources section for members;
- news pages; and
- a Twitter feed, linked to the Twitter account, to allow the Society to response more quickly to developments in the field of ecclesiastical law.
Further developments are planned over the course of 2017, included an expanded section on education and training. We understand that existing members of the Society will be sent login details enabling them to access the Members’ Area of the site by 10 April.
Well worth a look – whether you’re a member of the Society or not.