Lawstar makes the process of getting reviews from your clients effortless for you and easy for your clients.
Display your reviews on your firm's website using our free plugins. No coding knowledge required.
The more positive reviews you get from your clients the higher your firm will rank in our legal sector ranks.
We can include your best Google reviews too. These can also be displayed on your firm's website! (*Google only allows up to 5 reviews via their api)
Each law firm gets their own profile page on Lawstar.co.uk which includes a link to your firm's website.
Our reviews are displayed in Google, Bing & on law related websites which can greatly enhance your firm's online reputation.
You can display your law firm's testimonials on your website using our free WordPress plugin that requires no coding knowledge, just install and activate and its done!
Alternatively we have a HTML version for firms that do not run wordpress on their websites that allows you to do the same with a simple copy and paste of a small piece of code.
Please watch the video to see Lawstar in action and to learn more about how the platform can help your law firm.
More Positive Reviews = Higher Legal Sector Ranks For Your Law Firm
For all law firms that signup at any time whilst our accounts are offered for free your account will remain free for life.
There is a ‘Pro’ upgrade which brings additional benefits but this is an optional upgrade. There maybe a charge for basic level accounts in future but for all firms that signup during our free period they will get their basic level account for free, for life.
If you signup for the 'pro' upgrade at the time it is shown with the discounted price you will also receive this discounted price for the life of your subscription.
Pro subscribers will benefit from the Review Shield System which provides additional protection for your law firm against fake negative reviews.
The system works by requesting proof from a reviewer that they were a client of your firm if they try to submit a 1 or 2 star review for the firm. This proof is usually in the form of an invoice that was sent to them from the law firm.
If a reviewer does provide proof and our checks confirm it is genuine then a 1 or 2 star review will still be published as it would be unfair of us to not allow this. The system is there to provide additional protection against fake reviews not to only allow positive ones.