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Submitting to the HLS Calendar

Use the HLS Calendar Submission Form to submit an event, including an image, to the HLS Calendar.

Proper submission to the calendar will also ensure that the event is included in the daily HLS events e-newsletter, Calendar@Law.

For your event to be featured in the Upcoming Events section of the HLS homepage, the listing must already be submitted to and approved for the HLS Calendar. Announcements must be submitted a week in advance, and given the high volume of submissions, being featured on the homepage is not guaranteed.

Campus Video Displays

The HLS Communications Office maintains the campus video displays and will work with you to create and/or post a graphic announcement to promote your event and increase attendance. These graphics run next to a calendar of upcoming events. Posters will begin running once your event is within one month.

If you are creating your own graphic, please ensure it is 1207 pixels wide x 793 pixels tall. You can deliver the file as a .jpg or .png file and send it to

If you would like our assistance designing the graphic, email us at at least two weeks before you would like the graphic posted on the video display and include event details, including title, location, time, speakers, a short description, and any photos or logos to include.

Event Posters

If you would like a poster to promote your event, please give us a minimum of two weeks notice before you need to start publicity and provide all available information about your event including date, time, location, description as well as any images you’d like to use. Please send this information to:

News Coverage

If you would like to work with campus or mainstream news media to publicize your event, or if you would like your news to be considered for HLS editorial coverage, please visit our News Coverage page.

Photography and Multimedia

If you would like to photograph or record audio/video at your event, please visit our Photography and Multimedia page for resources and guidelines.