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UH Law Center collects six awards in annual marketing competition 

March 18, 2019 -The University of Houston Law Center’s Communications and Marketing Department received six awards, including three “golds,” in the 2018 Collegiate Advertising Award competition for the nation’s graduate school programs.

“Our goal is to promote the University of Houston Law Center and its J.D. and LL.M. programs, centers and institutes, and other initiatives on as many marketing platforms as possible,” said Assistant Dean of Communications and Marketing Carrie Criado. “Our team is delighted to be recognized in multiple categories, especially gold awards for Briefcase radio which educates Houston listeners on legal topics, our More Than Bricks fundraising campaign which has mobilized our alumni, and our mobile app which is an engaging admissions recruitment tool.”

Winners and award categories are:

  • Gold, Webcast/Podcasts: Briefcase Radio, “Entertainers Dying Without Wills,” Professor Michael A. Olivas; introduced by Dean Leonard M. Baynes; in partnership with Houston Public Media, Doug Mueller, senior producer.
  • Gold, Fundraising Campaign: University of Houston Law Center “More Than Bricks” building mailer. Created by Magda Herrera, Senior Director of Development, Stephanie Johnson, Associate Director of Development, Seleste Bautista, UH designer, and Thomas Printworks.
  • Gold, Mobile App: Staff in association with Ashley DeWalt of Leverage Sports Marketing.
  • Silver, Brochure – Multiple Pages: Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Center brochure. Produced by staff.
  • Silver, Photo/Illustration – Single: Family picture of Professors David Fagundes and Jessica Roberts and their baby, Lucy, Photographed by Jennifer Garcia.
  • Bronze, Magazine Advertising – Single: Houstonia ad. Designed by Elena Hawthorne.

The communications and marketing team consists of Criado, Elena Hawthorne, assistant director, John T. Kling, communications manager, John Brannen, senior writer, and Jennifer Garcia, designer/photographer.

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