Duke Law Daily Submissions

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Duke Law Daily is an automatically generated e-newsletter sent to faculty, staff and students every day during the academic year. Submissions to the Duke Law Daily may be edited for clarity, length, and content.

Events must be submitted to the Duke Law calendar in order to be included in the Daily. Please visit the event planning web page and complete either the special event request form or the student meeting request form (faculty and staff may reserve rooms for meetings through Outlook). Once your event is entered into the calendar, it will appear in the Duke Law Daily, on the Law School, and on the reception-area plasma screens.

Event planning website

Duke Law students, faculty and staff may submit time-sensitive announcements -- unrelated to particular events -- by using the announcement form. Announcements should directly pertain to Law School programs, organizations, and courses; they will appear on the portal pages and in the announcements section of the Duke Law Daily on the date(s) you select. Announcements must be submitted by midnight in order to be included in the next day's Daily. Announcements may run in the Daily once per week; they are archived on the Daily website by month.

*Please do not use the Duke Law Daily announcement form to submit special events or student meetings. If you have questions about this, please contact Jeannie Naujeck.

Submit an announcement

The Bulletin Board accepts postings related to non-Law School events, housing, book sales, and other events and opportunities of interest to the Law School community. Submit Bulletin Board items by completing an announcement form and selecting the Bulletin Board category. Bulletin Board items post to the portal pages and to the Daily website.

Submit a bulletin board item

Please contact Jeannie Naujeck for more information on the Duke Law Daily.


Suggest a tech tip

Do you have a recommendation for using technology that could be useful for the Duke Law community? Then notify Academic Technologies of your suggestion, which could become a Tech Tip in the Duke Law Daily.

Suggest a tech tip