Versa website is designed to support scholars, lawyers and judges in democracies around the world.
WATERTOWN, MA (January 22, 2015) - Corey McPherson Nash (www.corey.com) the nationally prominent branding and design firm, today announced the launch of Versa, a responsive site developed by Corey for the Israeli Supreme Court Project of Cardozo Law.
The Israeli Supreme Court Project (ISCP) was established to serve as a resource for lawyers, judges and scholars worldwide. The Versa site is a center for the study and discussion of the decisions of the ISCP. It addresses the complex and challenging questions facing open and multicultural societies everywhere; issues addressed range from the role of religion in a democracy to gender equality, civil liberties, and religious pluralism.
The responsive site features other primary content relating to the ISCP and Cardozo, such as Events and Resources, as well as a blog, Viewpoints, developed to encourage the exchange of ideas and foster communication about the work of the Court.
Corey’s challenge was to develop a site that highlighted the compelling and varied content in a fluid and seamless interface but balanced it with an uncluttered, modern and visual style.
“This project was an extraordinary experience for Corey,“ commented Andrea Naddaff, Corey’s partner. “The opportunity to collaborate again with Cardozo Law team on a website with such far-reaching significance was especially meaningful.“
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