The Marketing Office is responsible for the School of Law's marketing and communications efforts. The office oversees the development of print and electronic publications related to the promotion of the School of Law to ensure all materials appropriately and effectively communicate the School's programs, news, and events and preserve the graphic identity of the School and University.
The Office of Marketing and Public Relations is available to assist faculty, staff, and students with all of there publication needs. The office has staff available to design brochures, flyers, invitations, Web sites, electronic communications, pamphlets, tee-shirts, etc.
Faculty, staff, and students must contact the Office of Marketing and Public Relations before developing printed materials that reach external (off-campus) audiences: For example, the general public, prospective students, alumni, donors, media and other law schools.
Detailed information on the marketing publication services and publication standards are available in the Publication Standards Guide.
Graphic standards for the UC Davis School of Law ensure that your publication conforms with other school publications and help reinforce the School's visual identity. Publications for both internal and external audiences must follow these guidelines.
The UC Davis School of Law under the University of California policy may take photographs, video, and/or tape recordings of our school, classrooms, programs and events.