A New Chapter for Cunningham Swan

Zoë Zettel
Posted August 24, 2020 Category: News & Updates
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There are few better feelings than seeing a long-term project finally come together. Lawyers and staff alike were excited to come into work Monday morning to see the new and improved firm website on their screens. Not only does it have a fresh look with a modern design, but it now represents the team and culture Cunningham Swan is so proud of.

“We really wanted the new site to embody the people that work here and the community that we are immersed in”, said Marketing Manager, Zoe Zettel.

Clients and prospective clients will benefit from new navigation features, one of which allows for easy identification of any team member at the firm, whether it is a Law Clerk, IT, or a Senior Partner. Finding the right lawyer can be a daunting, stressful, and even confusing process- especially when you are looking at a firm with such an expansive team. The new team page allows users to read up on a lawyer’s professional achievements, community involvement, and even their interests. With personal accomplishments stemming from being a two-time Olympian to taking lead on local initiatives such as the Kingston Kids Triathlon, you will find that our team is unique.

To better showcase Cunningham Swan’s dedication to and passion for Kingston, the community page has been expanded. Now, users can see the generous initiatives that have been undertaken in our community, all of which focus on supporting and giving back to our friends and neighbours.

“Our community has always been one of our most significant focuses as a firm,” said Managing Partner, Andrea Risk. “We place a high value on community engagement. Our lawyers and staff volunteer their time with various programs and projects, and the firm provides financial support for a variety of initiatives. We have a rich history of positive and meaningful contribution, one that we are honored to carry forward.”

To view the full site, you can click the button below.

We hope you like it as much as we do.

 

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Zoë Zettel
Posted August 24, 2020 Category: News & Updates

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