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Leo Cussen Centre for Law

11 September 2010

CeCC has been working closely with staff and stakeholders from the Leo Cussen Centre for Law since October 2008. CeCC was initially engaged to review the activities of the organisation from a broad ICT perspective, assessing workflow efficiencies and software currently in use. Recommendations included steps required for the organisation to better utilise web based services.

CeCC was subsequently engaged to assist with the redevelopment of the Centre’s website including its events management and publications facilities.  An organisation wide re-branding exercise was undertaken in the same timeframe and CeCC was able to work closely with the chosen design firm to refine website designs and functional requirements.

The parameters of the project requirements involved the development and integration of significant new features into the CeCC Content Management System (Content Builder). This built upon the major upgrade released in the first part of 2010. An optional module for events management with integrated ecommerce facilities is now available to clients upon request. The ecommerce functionality is also able to support website shopping cart facilities. In the case of Leo Cussen this is underpinning publications and bookshop functionality. The managed events module is highly customisable and allows clients to fully manage the application process for events that they run.

The website features several dynamic elements including animated header features which are fully maintainable by the user, including customisable text overlays. Advanced template systems provide the various departments within the Centre with customised branding and navigation suited to their needs.   

The Leo Cussen Centre for Law has a long and proud history of providing continuing professional development and practical training activities in the Legal Sector. CeCC is proud to be associated with the Centre and looks forward to building upon the relationship with new services and applications in the near future.

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