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  • Paul Spitz

    But please, no courthouses, no scales of justice. Those won’t differentiate you from the thousands of other lawyers that use courthouses and scales of justice in their logos. Dare to be different.

  • Any thoughts on a logo for tax and estate attorney firms?

    • Tom Parrett

      You can’t go wrong with just a name that is a legible and perfectly letter-spaced a conservative, attractive typeface — something traditional, bold, and simple. Since hardly anybody does that well, you’ll not only be implying good things about your firm, you’ll stand out.

      • Hey Tom thanks for the insights. Simple is better, right?
        Any examples that you have seen that impressed you?

  • If you’re not artistic, but you have a basic idea of what you’re looking for and want to get some mockups done inexpensively, you can hire multiple logo designers on Fiverr for $5 a gig. Then pick the one you like best and go from there.