As an example of what a modern cover might look like, I offer you a sample of Australia, the country of bling of contract document design, a cover created by the law firm Clayton Utz. In addition to the offer of the title in color – gasp! – it contains the logo and address of the law firm, which is primarily responsible for the contract, and the contact details of the lawyer who carries out the transaction. All of this seems to be useful information. I guess for a large part of the agreement world, that`s what the covers still look like. But now we have all kinds of tools to become even more imaginative. And now there is an incentive to do so, because we live in an all-time all-weather marketing world. If you have blankets that you particularly like, send them to me and I`ll add them to that message. As a soldier at the law firm, I painted rudimentary blankets. They consisted essentially of the introduction clause, spread out and centered, the only concession to art being to balance the horizontal lines at the top and bottom. I recently had the opportunity to look at contract covers. This is what I call the page that is applauded on the front of a contract with a table of materials – the first page of a table of materials is not what you want to show the world.