Back pages of survey reports

The final page of most survey reports typically contributes aesthetically much more than substantively. The page usually provides contact information for the law firm, has some legal boilerplate, and mostly consists of empty space. Quite often in more recent reports the back page offers some social media links as in this half-page from Mills \& Reeve CommonLaw 2017. Twitter and YouTube icons show up. King Wood AustDirs 2015 closes with seven social media icons!

Burness Paul CorpScotland 2016 ends with a plush purple page, as shown in the top half below:

Goodwin Law Rollover 2018 ends in blackness brightened in the bottom portion by the firm’s icon and four lines of dense legal disclaimers.

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