Curations is a full-scale creative agency, exclusive to law firms and judicial branches.
We are digital stewards that obsess over brands, beta invitations, digital marketing, humanizing and modernizing legalities.
Thinking outside of the box is not an option for us: we throw the box away. We are Curations. And we curate the hearts of legal brands.
Our service to communities, and individuals alike, has established our agency, amongst very few agencies, with the Grow with Google Partnership status.
This partnership is different from that of any Google 'Primer, Ad or Cloud Partner' as our Curators receive direct support from the Google Team that oversees 'Google Business Profiles', formerly known as, 'Google My Business.'
We utilize our Google resources and materials to continue our mission of being digital stewards. Learn more about our partnership, find in-person and live trainings, and the Grow Program at grow.google
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We Curate and collaborate with the best legal and digital brands
[Our Mission as Creative Legal Curators]
Our Curators at Curations act by doing the next right thing, providing service to others
The little legal symbol, §, always gets our attention. We nerd out on modern legal systems, as we curate digital mediums that enable all voices to be heard.
Years of Experience
From working with brands like Apple, and Fortune 500s, knowing digital in-and-out, to having journalism experience and future goals of practicing.
We act by doing the next right thing. And to act, we provide collaborations in real-time, and providing transparent reports to our clientele and third-parties.
Just Fun, Good People
Our Curators humanize brands and the professional relationships we have. Our curating mission is to do the right thing with positivity.
[Trending Legal Topics]
June 1st marks the national start of 'Pride Month'. This could be a good time for the employment vertical to run a social media campaign as it pertains to discrimination.
Elon Musk's bid to buy Twitter has a lot of folks talking about their rights regarding the First Amendment. Politics aside, Section 230 is coming back into publicity. Now would be a good time for any firm or lawyer that have defamation cases to look into §230.