Office of Communications
The purpose of the Office of Communications is to promote the School of Law's mission, vision, educational programs and services by providing an integrated communication system through print, the Web and other media. The Communications team works with faculty, staff and students to inform audiences about the activities of SLU LAW.
The Office's services include:
- Creation of School of Law internal and external publications, including the alumni magazine, Saint Louis Brief
- Media relations and publicity for SLU LAW
- Web content development, hosting and maintenance
- Event promotion assistance
- Publicity of advertising and marketing materials for SLU LAW
- Management of the SLU LAW social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram
SLU LAW News is emailed to students, faculty and staff every Monday during the fall and spring semesters. The plasma screen runs daily and the web calendar is updated daily. Students, faculty and staff should submit entries for these resources using the announcement form at least two weeks prior to the event. Items appropriate for publication include meetings of student organizations, guest speakers, fundraising activities, conferences and symposia, and other related law school activities. Events deemed appropriate for the entire University will be submitted by the Office of Communications for Newslink, SLU's daily email newsletter.
If you have a design request for marketing and communication materials, please fill out the design request form. This form is for law school faculty and staff only. Student requests should be submitted directly to Josh Booth and will be reviewed and taken under consideration based on importance and available time. Logo downloads are available here.
Web Update Requests
If you would like to edit an existing web page, report an issue with an existing web page or create a new web page, please fill out the web update request form. This form is for law school faculty and staff only. Student requests should be submitted directly to Jeff Wiegand and will be reviewed and taken under consideration based on importance and available time.
Reporters, editors, and producers are welcome to request an interview with law faculty or to cover an event at the law school, please contact:
email@example.com (314) 977-7248 or ( 314) 977-3077.
Saint Louis University School of Law
Office of Communications
100 N. Tucker Blvd., Suite 872
St. Louis, Mo. 63101-1930
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.