Nottingham Law School – Canvas Bag Artwork Competition

Nottingham Law School – Canvas Bag Artwork Competition

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Overview of Nottingham Law School

Nottingham Law School is one of the largest university law schools in the UK with a reputation for innovation and delivering the highest standards of legal training and education. Nottingham Law School provides a range of undergraduate LLB and postgraduate LLM degrees. The School also provides professional legal education including the Graduate Diploma in Law conversion (GDL), the Legal Practice Course (LPC), for intending solicitors, and the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) for intending barristers.

The School has an award-winning Legal Advice Centre where students, under the supervision of Nottingham Law School staff offer legal advice on a number of legal issues to the local community on a pro bono basis.

Nottingham Law School’s outstanding facilities, include a suite of wood-panelled courtrooms; one with a civil court set up and the others with a full criminal court set up, complete with judges bench, dock, witness stand and seating for the jury, barristers, solicitors, press and public.

The School has a strong reputation for Mooting and competes in both regional and international competitions. Mooting is the oral presentation of a legal issue or problem against an opposing counsel and before a judge. It is perhaps the closest experience that a student can have whilst at university to appearing in court.

 

What we need

Nottingham Law School (NLS) are looking for a new design to print on their canvas bags, which currently just has the NLS logo on it.

  • We are looking for some creative artwork that works in colour and in black and white.
  • It could be a drawing, a photograph, a graphic, stitching etc. The artwork needs to be representative of the subject area – Law.  We would like the imagery to be original but also strongly recognisable within the legal area.
  • We want current and prospective students to be happy using this bag to promote the School.
  • The bags will be approx. 370 mm (W) x 400 mm (H) so the artwork will need to be sized accordingly for this. The Nottingham Law School red RGB values are: R=237    G= 26    B=59

Prize

One winner will receive a £70 Amazon voucher.

 

Deadline

Monday 9 April 2018 at 4 pm

Please send your submissions via WeTransfer to nls.enquiries@ntu.ac.uk. Please send your files in a jpeg or png file format.

We will announce the winner on our social media channels (@LawNLS) and the winner will also be notified by their NTU email.

 

Terms and conditions:

1. Files MUST be labelled with your name, N-Number course and any specific work title (where relevant). Please ensure any extra credit information is included where relevant.

2. Images should ideally be jpegs and MUST be a minimum resolution of 300dpi, (format can be either portrait or landscape). Individual files should be no larger than 25 mb.

3. It’s essential that all credits for images are detailed with your submission e.g if your work features a model, styling, or photography by another person other than yourself we MUST have this information so as to be able to use and fully credit selected work.

4. The student whose work is selected for use on the Nottingham Law School Canvas bags will be required to sign a permission form confirming their consent for the University to use the selected work for the purpose of the full promotion and marketing of Nottingham Law School.

5. By entering the competition you consent to the University, should they wish to, using your content across any of their Marketing and Communication channels. This could include (but is not limited to) printed marketing, NTU website, email communications, digital marketing and more.

6. There will be one winner, and the decision of the judging panel is final.

7. The University reserves the right to postpone judging or to cancel the competition for any reason.

 

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