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Prestige Law Gets Innovative

Prestige Law Gets Innovative for New Website And Social Media

Prestige Law has reinvented its online brand with the launch of its new website.

The Chinese law firm has developed a simple, effective and multi-lingual “Client Access Portal”. Using the portal, potential and existing clients can access the law firm’s terms of engagement, find the estimate costs for their matter, upload relevant documents and record audio messages. Potential or existing clients can then book an appointment with the relevant lawyer and make a payment for the initial consult or meeting.

Prestige Law has also added a new function to its official WeChat, which is the most popular social media platform in China. The firm has a virtual database of its legal articles, eBooks and webinars on Prestige Law’s page. Now, WeChat users can do key word searching by speaking or typing to find relevant resources from the law firm's database.

Prestige Law’s virtual reception and new WeChat functionality embraces the growing relationship between law and technology. The firm is leading the way for law firms in New Zealand.


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