3.08.2010

Regent Law Home Page Ranks Fifth in the Nation

Regent University School of Law's home page ranks fifth in the nation, tied with Harvard Law, according to an independent research study conducted at Georgetown University Law.

The study, "Top 10 Law School Home Pages of 2009," (Georgetown Public Law and Legal Theory Research Paper No. 10-03), scores 195 American Bar Association (ABA) accredited law school home pages on over a dozen objective design criteria including: CSS, news headlines with images, embedded media, social network links, content carousel, RSS, microformats and hierarchal organization.

As the report's introduction states, home pages are the "virtual front door" of any law school and are "critical components of enrollment success." For many prospective students, a school's home page is the first and only contact they have before deciding whether to dig deeper or to look elsewhere.


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