Best of the 2010 law firm holiday cards

Interaction and a video are some of this year's warmest wishes

By Todd Harrison

On Thursday December 23rd, 2010


Believe it or not, it’s December 23. And if you’re reading this blog post, we’re guessing that means you’re probably at work and wishing you weren’t.

What you need is a distraction. So how about a handful of law firm holiday ecards? Here are five of the best — including our picks for winner and runner-up, 2010 edition. Happy holidays!

Miller Thomson Miller Thomson: This year’s clear winner — the firm combines interactivity and a simple message with a mention of organizations it supports.

McCarthysMcCarthys: The message is about looking forward to the new year. Nice punch-out effect on the number “365,” and good work linking that motif to the list of supported organizations. We’re calling this one the runner-up.

TorysTorys: A heartwarming message, accompanied by a simple, effective video. Impressive that the firm spends most of its holiday card talking about the organization it supports.

Cassels Brock Cassels Brock: Bonus points for showing some hometown spirit, and for the growth motif.

GoodmansGoodmans: Another card with an interactive element. Tip: Click the “Shake me!” button more than once.