In just over a month, the official Coastal Law photo galleries, located on Flickr, amassed more than 20,000 views, upping the stream’s total to more than 80,000.
Most recently, we have uploaded the images from the 2011 Pro Bono reception. So head on over and check out everything we’ve captured in the last year or so. And, as always, feel free to download and/or share any image.
Coastal Law’s official Flickr account, which now holds a year’s worth of different event photos, reach the 60,000 views mark last week.
If you haven’t visited the site yet, please do so. Images are provided in high res and encourage students and families to download personal photos.
Two recent events, the Florida Coastal Law Review Symposium and the Jurist-In-Residence program, had their photos posted online in the school’s official Flickr account.
Financial Aid poster
One of the most important departments for any student is financial aid. Having a full understanding of the financial aid process, and what is available to students, is something the department stresses.
Recently, the Marketing & Communications Department finished an update to the Financial Aid Handbook, adding another page for more detailed information. To view the updated handbook, click here.
In addition, the financial aid department will be hosting a few sessions in the atrium where it sets up shop and answers any questions a student may have. The department requested a display poster for the events, at size 24 x 36, to be printed on a foam core backing — attached is the final version created in-house by the Coastal Law Marketing & Communications Department.
Promotion and marketing for the Raymond Ehrlich Award begins very early as different departments within the school, including the Student Bar Association, work together to put on this special event.
News stories, calendar listings and signup pages all exist on the main Coastal Law website and are distributed to outside constituents via social media communities and e-mail alerts.
As for the event itself, Coastal Law called upon another local photographer, Evan Hampton to snap pictures of the event, which can be found on the school’s official Flickr page. In addition, a video testimonial devoted to this year’s recipient, Buddy Schulz, was developed by a collaborative effort between Institutional Advancement and Information Technology. The video can be found here.
The state fair is a regional informational fair in which our students can learn about legal communities across the country and network with our faculty who have attended school or worked in the areas represented.
This year’s state fair, held last Thursday in the Atrium, featured discussions about different areas of the country along with a favorite dessert of that region. In preparation for the event, the Career Services team submitted a ‘save the date’ plasma request, as well as a calendar entry on the website.
For the event itself, the Marketing & Communications team designed 15 posters in house to display the regions. The posters were printed on 11 x 17 foam core with a laminate finish. Each posted features a different image of the school (both inside and out).
Pictures were also taken during the event and can be found on the school’s Facebook page here.
Over the weekend, the photos on Coastal Law’s Flickr profile eclipsed the 50,000 views mark. We started putting the pictures online in April and have been very pleased with the reception they have received. In all, 3,281 photos have been posted, ranging from different graduations to an SBA talent show.
If you arrange for a photographer to be at your event and would like to have your photos posted, please contact the marketing department.
Recent sets include two from the 2010 Winter Graduation and an alumni social in Atlanta.
Florida Coastal School of Law had a few different photographers shoot a number of photos of two recent events, Alumni Day (hosted by the Department of Institutional Advancement) and Starting Line (hosted by the Career Services Department).
The school’s Flickr photo now contains 27 different sets and a little more than 2,700 photos. As of today, those photos have been viewed more than 38,00o times. As always, we place high res versions on the page and encourage those pictured to download a copy of their own.
This year’s Northeast Florida Environmental Summit marked the 12th anniversary for the event.
Initial preparation for the event began with a save the date card, which was used for e-mail marketing and a website landing page. The image eventually was used as a cover for the summit’s program, printed on 100 percent recycled paper.
Various social media marketing efforts were used to promote the event and build its attendee list. All of the event’s panels were recorded in-house as well and, thanks to the Florida Coastal School of Law A/V team, are now available on this playlist via YouTube.
Summit speakers also received two of the Coastal Law ‘Knowledge Bars’.
Plenty more photo have been added to the Florida Coastal School of Law Flickr page.
Student photographer Perry Bindelglass snapped photos of the Coastal Law Student Bar Association Talent Show, a local D.C. photographer helped out with shots from the area’s alumni social and Jax photographer Jim LaBranche was on hand to capture the 2010 Pro Bono Fall Forum that was held in the Coastal Law Atrium.