New Law Commission Site Launched

A client site I have been working on just went live today. It’s a public consultation site for the Law Commission.

They wanted a commentable summary version of their current consultation paper and a general discussion forum. The original consultation paper, “The Admissibility of Expert Evidence in Criminal Proceedings in England and Wales”, runs to 98 pages, so the 15 page summary (plus end notes) works much better online.

site screenshot

It’s built on WordPress, of course, and the forum is BBPress

Check it out and, of course, it is a public consultation, so feel free contribute (registration required).

3 thoughts on “New Law Commission Site Launched

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  2. Just passing by (and being nosey to see what yer up to).

    Nice site .. glad to see its all going well

    Best wishes


  3. A great integration of a blog (Word Press) and a forum (BB Press) so that not only do they share the theme but also solves the registration headaches when one uses 2 platforms. Really nice work.
    I have done similar work using WordPress ,buddy press and the integrated version of Vanilla Forum by Garden. Your work looks a lot cleaner and professional. Mine has 82 sub blogs for commercial end use of the total package so I needed something I was more familiar with, but I will keep your work in mind for future endeavours.
    With all the blog platforms available I have tried several but keep coming back to the best and easiest, namely WordPress. Thank you for making Word Press a reality.

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