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OTH (Over The Hump) Wednesday: Legal Zoom Post Compilation - Logo Contest - Win a Free DVD

ALWIBfull Each Wednesday, we are publishing our version of Over the Hump (OTH) Wednesday, wherein we feature the most popular blog post submitted to Overflow Legal.  If you think you have what it takes, submit your best post into the OFL directory. If you have not joined the OFL community, you may do so by registering here.

This week, OFL is re-fining its logo.  Vote on the best logo below and you are automatically entered to win a free DVD of "A Lawyer Walks Into A Bar"  a hilarious documentary about the California Bar Exam and the legal profession by Indican Pictures. (see extended post below)

Continuing the theme from last week, we have accumulated information about Legal Zoom at  Overflow Legal.  Here are last week's most popular posts in the category "Do it Yourself Law: Legal Zoom & Other Self-Help Web Sites" on OFL.


VOTE For YOUR Favorite Overflow Legal Logo below and win a free DVD (By adding a comment with your vote, we will have your email to notify the winner).

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LOGO 2

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LOGO 3

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LOGO 5

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Comments

Stan The Blogger

Logo 2 is my favorite. The "Overflow" font really stands out.

Virginia Hunt

Logo 1 is more readable and the font "flows".

Freddie

Logo 4 is cool. The fonts match up pretty good.

John D.

I like #2 the best. I agree that the bold Overflow works well.

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#2

AGD

#1. I like the font.

SportsBiz

#1 It flows best.

Enrico S.

#4 font is most readable

Katie Hall

I like #5 font for "overflow" and caps for "the defin.."

al

#4 with a capital "L" in the word Legal

Kelly

I don't like the design in general, but if you're committed to it--from those presented, I'd go with #1. Or, how about the legal font from #1 with the overflow font from #2,3?

Denine Schmitt

#1 flows best, has the most interesting font & the subtype is also more legible...the rest look off how the lower case in "legal" are as big as the caps

Nick Nerbonne

I like #4. I've always been a believer in sans-serif fonts for logos. Clean, contemporary and to the point. Looks good.

Tracey Clark

I like #1 looks crisp. Can both O's be worlds??

Bill E

#2 don't know... just do.

Hopeful in Chicago

I prefer #1 because of the capitalized "L" in legal.

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