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Creating a 'Members' page

  • Hi all,

    I am currently trying to implement a members page into our new website. We are basically a small law firm and we have around 80 lawyers. I want to be able to display a page with all of their photographs and names and the year they became a lawyer. I then want them to all have their own individual page in which more detailed information can be displayed.

    I also want to have different ‘areas of law’ on the website, for example, crime, fraud, terrorism etc. I want each lawyer to be able to be a member of the areas in which they work, and vice versa, I want the lawyers to be displayed when visitors look at the different areas of law. Please see below a few websites that have this function – I do not know what back end they use:

    http://www.outertemple.com/barrister-list-by-seniority/index.html
    http://www.oeclaw.co.uk/barristers
    http://www.4pb.com/barristers
    http://www.pumpcourtchambers.com/your-team/barristers

    Please take a look around and hopefully you will be able to understand the functionality which I am hoping to achieve. I have heard people talk of creating taxonomy’s etc if this helps – but it means little to me.

    Many thanks,

    S.

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