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Website Legal Audit

Is your website a legal liability?

Periodically reviewing your website legal pages, on-page marketing, and plug-ins is essential for keeping your website legal and reducing potential legal risks. Plaintiff attorneys are regularly looking for non-compliant websites to file ridiculous lawsuits against. Let’s make sure that your website will be an asset instead of a legal liability!

Our Website Audit Services Include:


  • Ensuring compliance with relevant regulations such as GDPR and CCPA for data privacy.
  • Review and/or create your terms of use, privacy policy, and cookie policy.
  • Review of your email newsletter sign-up form


  • Website security review for trackers, threats, or any potential holes in your site’s security
  • Verify licenses for themes and plugins
  • Verify Google Analytics access and regain access if necessary
  • Basic review of content on your pages: such as copy, sitemap, stock images (license to use), and basic SEO on those pages

Why you should audit your site:

  • Complying with Regulations: Website audits can ensure that the website complies with relevant regulations and standards, such as CCPA & GDPR for data privacy or ADA for accessibility. Non-compliance can result in lawsuits and damage to the brand’s reputation.
  • Ensuring Website Security: Security audits help identify vulnerabilities that could compromise the security of the website and user data. Addressing these vulnerabilities promptly can prevent security breaches and protect the reputation of the business.
  • Enhancing User Experience: Audits assess various aspects of user experience, including site navigation, mobile responsiveness, and content readability. Identifying areas for improvement can lead to a more user-friendly website that keeps visitors engaged and satisfied.

Website Legal Audits Starting at $2,000

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a Website Legal Audit Cost?

The website legal audit starts at $2,000. The final cost will depend on how complex your website is, including how many pages and plugins you have.

Why should I use this legal audit over buying your privacy policy template?

The biggest advantage to the Website Legal Audit service is that you get your legal pages customized by a lawyer, specifically for your business. We will look at the various plugins, services, and how you use the information collected on your website so that we can customize the privacy policy and terms of use for your site.

Does Springboard Legal need admin access to my website?

Yes, we will need an administrator account for your website so that we can review the underlying website code, the plugins on your site, and add or edit the necessary legal pages. After we finish, we recommend that you remove our access for security purposes.

What are the deliverables for a website legal audit?

Springboard Legal will provide you with a report that details the actions we took – add or updating the legal pages, analysis of the plugins, commentary on the code for your site, and other issues that we may identify but did not take action on as they are beyond the scope of the audit.

How long does the Website Legal Audit take?

Depending on the size of your website, we may be able to complete the audit within 1-2 business days. However, some take longer. We guarantee you that we will review your website within one week (5 business days) of payment and prepare the report for you.

What’s not covered by this website legal audit?

This service is an audit, showing you where the gaps and weaknesses are for your website. Thus, with the exception of the legal pages, Springboard Legal will not be fixing any of the issues identified. Some of the commonly identified issues include: theme or plugin commercial licenses, stock photo licenses or issues, not following ADA accessibility best practices, trademark or copyright conflicts, and domain ownership.

At the conclusion of the website legal audit, we will give you a roadmap of issues that you should tackle with priority indicators based on common risks. Springboard Legal may be able to help you address some of these additional issues. If not, we have contacts with many vendors that will be able to help you.