Starting your own law firm is an exciting – and daunting – task, especially if you are going out on your own as a solo attorney. Whether you are early in your legal career or transitioning out of a big law firm, you may not know what marketing items you will need to launch your…
Category: Law Firm Branding
Creating a Law Firm Logo: 6 Things to Keep in Mind
Whether you’re a lawyer starting a new firm or an attorney with a major law firm about to rebrand, the very first consideration is your law firm logo.
Top Tips For Law Firm Online Reputation Management
During this year so far, our country and our world have navigated crises daily, with each event having the potential to generate tremendous backlash if a brand misspeaks or mishandles even the smallest aspect of communications. It is now more important than ever for law firms to be a source of truth and assistance for…
Why Your Law Firm Logo Colors Look Different in Print Format
Your law firm’s logo is one of the most important aspects of its brand identity. A logo is the foundation of the firm’s entire design aesthetic, signaling to consumers subliminal messages right off the bat. Is your logo traditional with a serif font – potentially indicating a more conservative or even older law firm? Or…
4 Common Questions About Email Signatures
Read answers to some of the most commonly asked questions and concerns regarding email signatures.
PNG? PDF? JPEG? Understanding Which Logo File to Use When
Logo files can come in many different formats, and each one should be used for the proper purpose. Using the wrong file type creates instances of blurry logos or logos rendered in the wrong color or size. Find out more about what you should use when.
How to Find the Right Speaking Engagements for Your Firm
As speaking opportunities for lawyers can be a major marketing pull in terms of public relations and business development, it is essential to have at least a few attorneys at your firm speak in addition to attending these events. With so many legal industry events out there to choose from, it can be difficult to determine which is the right fit for you and your law firm.