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Event Request & Publicity Form

All events must be in accordance with the University’s physical distancing regulations. We encourage remote/virtual events, whenever possible. Your event is not confirmed until you receive a confirmation email from Dean Sklut or Mary Ruth Walters. Your event will be publicized via the following channels. 

  • The Docket – email newsletter distributed each Sunday and Thursday with a listing of coming events and special announcements (must be submitted by Friday at 9 a.m. or Wednesday at 9 a.m. for inclusion on Sunday or Thursday, respectively)
  • Access all confirmed events via the Richmond Law event calendar

Questions? Please contact Mary Ruth Walters.

 

Please complete all applicable fields - and please note that this is only for students, faculty, and staff to submit requests.

* indicates required fields

Event Name*

Audience*

Law students/faculty/staff

Law alumni

URL with event details

(if applicable - ex: student org./dept. website, Facebook event, etc.)

Event description*

(Max. 50 words. Please do NOT include date, time, or location in your description. Please do not copy-and-paste; it makes strange symbols appear in your entry.)

Event date*

(MM/DD format)

Event time*

(HH:MM-HH:MM a.m./p.m. format)

If this is a recurring event with an identical description, please list additional dates, times, and locations.

Location*

Zoom URL

 

For more information, who should people contact? By sharing this information, you are granting us permission to publish your name and email address within your event description on the online Events Calendar.

Name*

Email*

Phone

Law School Monitors

If you would like to advertise your event on the two monitors located in the law school lobby and hallway by the library, please send your digital flyer to Mary Ruth Walters. We have reconfigured the monitors to include a daily "what's happening and where" list, so please note the new requirements for digital flyers.

For best results:

  • Size your slide to 1280x720 pixels (a widescreen 16:9 slide in PowerPoint).
  • Minimize text: A dozen words or less is ideal.
  • Keep fonts large and easy to read (sans serif fonts like Arial & Helvetica are best).
  • Save as a JPG, especially if you're using any non-standard fonts.

Submissions are subject to editing for aesthetic purposes and to conform with university guidelines. Digital flyers will be posted for up to seven days leading up to an event (or registration deadline, if applicable).