To better meet the communications needs of its membership, the MBA recently launched its new Web site, which offers a more intuitive navigation and improved content organization. The new site went live on Tuesday, Jan.16, following more than a year of planning and development.
“This site provides a clean, professional look, offering MBA members direct access to the up-to-date information and tools necessary to support their practice and providing a strong voice on behalf of the legal community as the MBA continues to serve the profession as a leader in the Massachusetts legal community,” said Marilyn J. Wellington, MBA executive director.
The presentation of the new and improved massbar.org is consistent with the styles seen in MBA publications, Annual Conference 2007 promotional materials and other marketing materials. The MBA intends for the site to serve as an improved resource for its many members and the public alike.
“We are pleased to offer the site’s visitors this new and improved tool, powered by the latest technology,” said Rick Aramian, MBA’s business systems manager, who explained that the site was designed and developed internally by MBA staff.
“The MBA Information Technology and Communications departments continue to be engaged in ongoing development and enhancements,” he added.
The MBA welcomes your thoughts, comments and suggestions. To provide feedback, simply select “Contact Us” on the bottom border of the site pages at www.massbar.org.