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…
Category: Print Materials
Even in an age of digital dominance, most professional service providers still commonly have in-person meetings with prospects, clients, and referral sources to discuss how we can help – and of course we want to leave a good impression. Brochures help when speaking with a potential client, reiterating the highlights of your presentation or pitch. Brochures keep your law firm “present” even after you leave a meeting, which is generally when the hiring decision is made.
If our client requests constitute indicators of the legal marketing landscape, print collateral, direct mail, brochures, business cards, print advertising, and all things print-related remain in high-demand at law firms. As lawyers, our print marketing materials must comply with the applicable state bar advertising rules; therefore, these rules need to be considered at every stage of print collateral creation, especially considering the initial review process for pre-approval can take 30 days or longer.