10 Places You Would Never Think to Advertise a Law Firm


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If you are looking to grow your law firm or expand your brand as a legal professional, you’ll want to stand out from the crowd. With each next-best-thing in legal marketing outdoing the last, plain old business cards—even those with the most subtle off-white coloring and tasteful thickness—no longer make the cut. From the clever to the unorthodox and the downright strange, here are a few places you would never think to advertise.

Featured image: “Businessman Brainstorming About Advertising” from Shutterstock.

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  • Eric Johnson

    It was funny in a cringe-inducing way. Creative, sure, but illegal, ethically questionable, and distasteful as well? I do appreciate the idea of an article about overlooked advertising opportunities, but I was hoping for ideas that wouldn’t land me in jail, before the Bar, and/or in Hell. The kinds of advertising I can feel truly good about. Edgy? No problem, but not patently wrong. Would you please write an article on 10 of those kinds of overlooked advertising opportunities?