Above the Law’s second annual holiday card contest was a great success. Thanks to everyone who responded to our call for nominations, thanks to the finalists who created such great holiday cards, and thanks to all the voters.

The campaigning was vigorous. And the final winner actually wasn’t one of the two firms that was leading early in the voting. There was an eleventh-hour surge over the weekend from one of the contenders.

Let’s find out who won this thing….

In early returns, the two vote leaders were Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, with this elegant and clever card, and Clayton Simms, with this less elegant but very funny card.

In the end, however, both firms were surpassed by Proctor Heyman. Congratulations to Vernon Proctor, Kurt Heyman, and the other members of the PH band:

Proctor Heyman, an eight-lawyer, Delaware-based firm, puts a great deal of thought into its annual offering. Check out their complete card over here, and read Kurt Heyman’s brief explanation of the concept over here (scroll down).

We hoped you enjoyed Above the Law’s second annual holiday card contest as much as we did. This is a tradition that we will definitely continue. So start thinking now about your 2011 holiday card concept!

Earlier: ATL Holiday Card Contest: Honorable and Dishonorable Mentions
ATL Holiday Card Contest: The Finalists!
Above the Law’s Second Annual Holiday Card Contest


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