The Web site of the National Law Journal has a new look, but with the redesign comes a subscription wall blocking access to all but one main story a week. The design is more graphically striking than before (and I say that having helped design the prior site) and provides easier navigation to NLJ departments as well as to law.com products and services. It adds a daily news wire and the ability for readers to post their comments on the week’s opinion pieces. A year subscription for online access is $19.95 for print subscribers and $69 for non-subscribers. (The NLJ is currently offering a 30-day trial.) Along with a subscription to the Web site comes a weekly e-newsletter highlighting the week’s stories.