IJ Publications Earn Top Honors

October 1, 2007

The Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals gives out the Hermes Creative Award, at the platinum and gold levels, for companies whose talent exceeds a high standard of excellence and whose work serves as a benchmark for the industry. Even among the 3,500 submissions to the Association, the Institute for Justice earned a number of honors for its publications.

These awards are for design, writing and concept. The teamwork and professionalism the IJ staff continually bring to bear is why IJ publications consistently win such recognition. Here are the results:

Platinum Award
Four Pillars Society (planned giving brochure) Hands Off My Home (eminent domain poster)

Gold Award
Liberty & Law (newsletter) Opening the Floodgates (eminent domain report)

Honorable Mention
School Choice and State Constitutions: A Guide to Designing School Choice Programs (school choice report)

Also in this issue

It doesn’t take an expert to tell you a government-imposed cartel is bad. Or does it?

IJ Publications Earn Top Honors

Subscribe to get Liberty & Law magazine direct to your mailbox!

Sign up to receive IJ's bimonthly magazine, Liberty & Law, along with breaking news updates about the Institute for Justice's fight to protect the rights of all Americans.