Please contact these service providers once approval for your event date, space, and budget have been provided:
For HIGH PROFILE EVENTS, please speak with Michael Patullo, Chief of Staff, to obtain assistance from the Event Planning Staff.
For STUDENT EVENTS, please contact Student Services. The Student Services Office liaises with students on a regular basis, and is responsible for the student event calendar. Student Event Calendar: firstname.lastname@example.org
For ROOM RESERVATIONS, please consult the Student Organization Handbook or visit ROOM REQUESTS.
For AV / IT SERVICES, including microphones, Power Point set-up, live web casting, and video recording, please contact Information Technology at 212-854-2400 or email@example.com.
TO PUBLICIZE AN EVENT
Please post your event to Columbia Law School's ONLINE CALENDAR. A daily announcement and a weekly digest of Law School events will be pulled from the calendar for promotion to the Law School community.
To post a faculty workshop, conference, or symposium to the online calendar, please contact the Dean's Office.
For events open to the public, and possibly even the press, please notify the Public Affairs office at least six weeks in advance whenever possible: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organizers of public events are required to obtain the written consent of all guest panelists, speakers, moderators, participants to allow photography and audio or visual digital recording. Please print this SPEAKER CONSENT FORM on the unit's letterhead and submit signed forms to Public Affairs.If a guest does not wish to be recorded, please advise audience members that recording of any kind is not permitted.
For printed promotional materials, including invitations, save the date cards, posters, programs, SWAG, conference note pads, folders, and signage, please email email@example.com at least six weeks in advance of required mail drop or delivery.
For training and assistance with event web materials, email campaigns, or other digital media, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org at least six weeks in advance of your intended launch / distribution date. Sites that request new functionality or require complex development will take longer.