Don’t sue us, but most law firms are pretty bland. Bureau Brandeis bucks the trend with an outspoken personality based on that of Louis Brandeis, a member of the US Supreme Court who wrote some of the finest defenses of freedom of speech and the right to privacy in history.
Bureau Brandeis balances tradition and innovation, personal opinions and world views. They even dare to express their own opinion on things. Therefore the law firm required an outspoken, even quirky, identity, one in which a classic style is contrasted with illustrations that express the bureau’s outspokenness.
The bureau’s attitude is translated to diverse printed matter. From elbow patches to Do’s & Don’ts notebooks; items that might appear to be a little peculiar for a law firm.
2013 – onward
Gino Bud Hoiting