2003 Archives

Please contact Karen Chesley, Communications Assistant, at 212-854-2650 or at kchesl@law.columbia.edu.

To view a complete list of Events at Columbia Law School, please visit our "Calendar" page at http://www.law.columbia.edu/calendar.

For information on past news and events, search through the news archives listed by year on the left side of this page.

All events taking place at, or under the auspices of, the Law School can require substantial logistical considerations. However, there are many services at the Law School that are designed to streamline the process.

For faculty events, Kathleen Janson, the Public Events Planner, is an excellent place to start. In many cases she can liaise with faculty or faculty assistants to ensure that an event is a success. 

Kathleen Janson: kjanso@law.columbia.edu

For alumni/ae events, Liz Hydes, Director of Alumni/ae Relations, is the point person. The Alumni/ae Relations Office plans reunions and events year round for alumni/ae.

Liz Hydes: 212-854-8241 / ehydes@law.columbia.edu

For student events, please contact Student Services. The Student Services Office liaises with students on a regular basis, and is responsible for the events calendar and general room reservations.

Student Services: student_services@law.columbia.edu

Following are additional guidelines and contacts that may be helpful:

  • For room reservations and/or to have your event listed in The Advisor, contact Student Services at student_services.@law.columbia.edu.
  • For A/V needs, including microphones, Power Point set-up, live web casting, and video recording, please contact Educational Technology at 212-854-2400 or avrequest@law.columbia.edu.
  • For set-up or cleaning services, as they relate to events, please contact Building Services at buildingevents@law.columbia.edu.
  • To have your event considered for inclusion on the scrolling headlines, and/or in the "News & Events" section, please contact Karen Chesley, Communications Assistant, at kchesl@law.columbia.edu.

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