Accessibility
The compact nature of our firm allows us to relate well to clients and treat each client as an individual.

Accessibility

  • their abilities, or
  • the method they choose to access the web

Accessible websites prioritise clear content, structure and ease of navigation over frilly aspects of design. However, they need to be visually attractive and can use the latest web technologies, provided that all information is still accessible to users.

Keyboard Shortcuts

Not all web visitors are able to surf using a mouse. Consequently, this website has been programmed to allow navigation using access keys. This function is supported by Internet Explorer and most browsers.

Accessibility Methods by Using Keyboard Shortcuts

The accessibility methods are as follows:

  • Internet Explorer (Windows): Alt and [access key], and Enter
  • Internet Explorer (Macintosh): Ctrl and [access key], and Enter
  • Mozilla, Netscape or FireFox (Windows): Alt and [access key]
  • Opera 7 (Windows, Macintosh or Linux): Esc Shift and [access key]
  • Safari 1.2 (Macintosh): Ctrl and [access key]
  • Mozilla or Netscape (Macintosh): Ctrl and [access key]

Here is a list of the keyboard shortcuts used on this website:

  • Home  -  Alt+1
  • About Us  -  Alt+2
  • Areas of Practice  -  Alt+3
  • International Law  -  Alt+5
  • Case Studies  -  Alt+6
  • Testimonials  -  Alt+7
  • Contact  -  Alt+C