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Communication and Marketing

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The Office of Communication seeks to develop content that presents Emory Law as a preeminent graduate school of inquisitive and innovative learners, preparing students to hold fulfilling legal careers, enrich their communities, and affect positive societal transformation by advancing the rule of law in our world. 

What We Do

The Office of Communication supports the strategic initiatives of Emory Law by working in collaboration with staff, faculty, alumni, and students to:

  • Build and protect the law school’s reputation,
  • Support recruitment efforts and drive applications,
  • Promote the scholarship of our faculty, centers, and students,
  • Raise awareness of signature offerings, such as transactional law, TI:GER, advocacy, and health law, and
  • Engage audiences in specific programs and actions.

Engaging with Our Office

Each project request we received will be reviewed, added to the project queue if accepted, and assigned a delivery date based on project requirements. Please submit a MarCom Request Form as early as possible in your planning process, so that we can share with you how long it will take for us to fulfill your request. 

Our Team

A. Kenyatta Greer
A. Kenyatta Greer, Senior Director of Communication

Kenyatta oversees content development and execution, strategic communications, and marketing programming across all communication delivery channels associated with the law school. She manages the staff within the Office of Communication and is editor of Emory Lawyer magazine.

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Lisa Ashmore
Lisa Ashmore, Associate Director of Communication

Lisa publishes faculty news and scholarship and supports the Office of Advancement and Alumni Engagement with alumni news, class notes, and event promotion. She edits Insights, faculty scholarship news, and is a general assignment writer and editor for the communications office.

Tayo Fayemi
Tayo Fayemi, Online Communication Manager 

Tayo oversees content creation, maintenance, and reporting for the law school’s website and social media accounts in order to highlight faculty/student/staff accomplishments and increase awareness of and positive sentiment towards the law school.  


Grayce Jones
Grayce Jones, Program Coordinator, Law Journals 

Grayce works with the student editors, submitters, vendors, and faculty to successfully publish and distribute four of the five Emory Law journals. 


Contacting the Office of Communication

Reach us at You can also follow the law school (and direct message us) on any of the platforms below.

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While the events function now falls under Operations, Communications will still help execute the marketing aspects of events. If you need assistance with the Event Planning Support Form found in the right navigation bar on this page, please email

Please consider visiting our events calendar to search for existing events or religious observances surrounding your planned event.


The Office of Communication is responsible for publishing Emory Lawyer magazine online and in print twice a year and Emory Law Insights online and in print once or twice per year. 

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Media Relations/Experts

From pioneering feminism and the law, to fighting for veterans, our faculty cultivate positive influence — starting in the classroom. Many are trained and available for media commentary. 

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Student and institutional organizations are required to use Emory promotional vendors for T-shirts or other promotional items that bear the Emory name or logo. By doing so, the Emory branding team will approve the design, and the Office of Communications be notified. Merchandise guidelines, including vendor contacts, are located on the Emory website. 

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Digital Screens

The digital billboards stationed throughout the law school. You can submit a flier to be reviewed and added to the screens using the MarCom Request Form . Please make sure your flier fits within the required dimensions: 1080 x 960 px. If it does not, we may be able to help get it to the approved dimensions before uploading. 

Video Production and Photography

The Office of Communication can help facilitate photo shoots and videography for your event. Please complete a MarCom Request Form to proceed.

Religious Holidays and Observances

Consider referring to the university's list of religious holidays and observances as you plan your event.