Commercial Litigation Association Logo Design Contest

Commercial Litigation Association has selected their winning logo design.

For $475 they received 458 designs from 42 different designers from around the world.
Contest
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ChrisNibbo
United Kingdom

What We Do

URGENT NOTE: Please remove all gavels (hammers) and scales. Client feedback doesn't like these as not appropriate.

The Commercial Litigation Association (www.comlit.co.uk) has been in existence for 10 years and has a database of over 6,000 litigators working in private practice in England & Wales.
It is the only national group representing the entire dispute resolution sector.

The aims of the Association are:
1. To champion the cause of all who are involved in the practice and business of commercial dispute resolution in its broadest sense and from every walk of professional life whether Judge, Solicitor or barrister, trainee or pupil, academic or litigation funder.
2. To keep the interests of our members uppermost in promoting best practice and providing training of the highest quality and relevance.
3. To develop a strong national and international network by representing the interests of commercial litigators with valuable networking opportunities both nationally and internationally.
4. Amongst other aims, to reject the underfunding of the civil justice system and assert the need for the investment of court fees in the civil justice system.

Industry

Color Preferences

Any one or two of the following:
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Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Options include
1. Simply design a classic font for Commercial Litigation Association
2. The business has been known as CLAN. I would be interested to see a design for 'CLAn' as 'association' would require a capital 'A' and a small 'n'
3. The domain is comlit.co.uk, so 'ComLit' or 'comlit' would be considered.
4. Any other designs will be considered.

Themes

Simple
Gray

Style Inspiration

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Discussion

Discussion

ChrisNibbo
United Kingdom
The word 'Commercial' should not be more prominent than any other word. If any word is to be more prominent, it should be 'Litigation'
3 years ago
ChrisNibbo
United Kingdom
Can designers look to using the 'T' in 'Litigation' to add the scales of justice, please?
3 years ago
ChrisNibbo
United Kingdom
Maybe have the 3 'Commercial Litigation Association' words on top of each other and then have a globe around the words?
3 years ago
ChrisNibbo
United Kingdom
We have decided that we are not going to consider any 'CLAn' designs any further. If the acronym is to be used, it is to be 'CLA'.
3 years ago
ChrisNibbo
United Kingdom
It's 8.30pm GMT here. I'm signing off now until 8am GMT.

Thanks for all your designs so far.
3 years ago
ChrisNibbo
United Kingdom
It may be too much, but could you look at providing designs with the scales of justice on the first 'T' and a vertical hammer on the second 'T'?
3 years ago
ChrisNibbo
United Kingdom
I will be going through all designs with the client tomorrow (Tuesday) at 6pm GMT, so the best designs really need to be in by then, as choice of the top 5 designs may be selected then.
3 years ago
ChrisNibbo
United Kingdom
URGENT NOTE: Please remove all gavels (hammers) and scales. Client feedback doesn't like these as not appropriate.
3 years ago