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February 02, 2006

"Law Firm Logos are Goofy, Useless, and a Waste of Time and Money"-Part 3.

The original subtly-titled January 21 post is here with a follow-up collecting some instructive posts I admired here by professional marketers who know about logos and design. So, and once again, now I'm not so sure--no hobgoblins problem at this blog. Here's another solid recent post getting closer to answering the questions of why and how law firm logos can work by Boston-based Nathan Burke at LawFirmBlogging.com called "Debate About Logos".

Posted by JD Hull at February 2, 2006 02:49 AM


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