Posting Electronic Announcements

Students at the School of Law may request that information about their events be posted on the Events Calendar, Web News & Events, Oyez, and the plasma screen at the law school entrance. Events posted should involve faculty, students and staff at the law school. Examples of appropriate events include lectures, meetings, conferences, seminars, or public forums. We cannot post commercial advertising or material inconsistent with the policies of the School of Law.

Requests for the plasma screen or Web, unless they are emergency notices, should be sent at least two days in advance of the event. Requests to post events to the Web calendar should be sent at least one month in advance. We cannot guarantee that requests sent later will be posted on time. In your request, please include your name and phone number, the name of the event as you would like it to appear in the announcement and the event's date, time and location. If you would like the event posted on the plasma screen, please include a short description of no more than 100 characters; descriptions for Web News & Events may be longer. On the plasma screen, we will advertise an event for up to one day before it occurs. On the Web, we may advertise the event for a longer period.

Unfortunately, with the exception of Oyez, we can generally only post short text descriptions of upcoming events. We cannot post fliers, brochures, powerpoint slides, PDFs, Word documents or other files. To post a flyer with Oyez, please follow the instructions in the email you will receive confirming you request.


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