KingSpry is launching a new look for 2024, with a refreshed logo and color palette.
The firm engaged in a collaborative design process with Alloy5 of Bethlehem, reinventing a visual representation of the firm’s core values of professional excellence and solutions-oriented responsiveness.
“Our original logo was the dream child of two of our founding partners and it has served us well,” said KingSpry Managing Partner Jessica Moyer, “but we have experienced exponential growth in our first two decades, and the time is right to modernize our look, to reflect the needs of our clients and our position in our community.”
The announcement of this new look coincides with KingSpry’s 23rd anniversary of the merger of its two parent firms in January of 2001.
“We are now the largest law firm in Northampton County and we are excited to see where the firm grows from here,” added Deputy Managing Partner Matthew Tranter. “We have made facilities improvements, embraced new technology, and with our refreshed branding, have elevated our marketing collateral to help fuel that momentum. It is a very exciting time to be part of KingSpry.”