In addition to a new graphical presentation, the new Web site helps guides visitors with better organized tabs and drop-down menus, such as, "quick links" and "how do I?"(via WisBlawg)
The "quick links" tab leads visitors to each court system department; the "How do I?" section helps guide visitors most directly to the area of the site they need, whether it's to pay a fine or find a courthouse.
The new design also incorporates, among other things, recent updates about Supreme Court Rules and the rule-making process. There's also a new "educational resources" section under "about the courts" to help teachers, students and others to find helpful information.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
From yesterday's press release,
Friday, September 16, 2011
At the national Federalist Society website,
The September 2011 issue of Engage is now online (exclusively a digital issue). Engage provides original scholarship on current, important legal and policy issues. Through its publication, we aim to contribute to the marketplace of ideas in a way that is collegial, measured, and insightful—and hope to spark a higher level of debate and discussion than we often see in today’s legal community.