Pitt Law Magazine Receives Award of Excellence From University & College Designers Association
For the second consecutive year, the University of Pittsburgh School of Law’s Pitt Law alumni magazine has been recognized by the University & College Designers Association (UCDA) with an Award of Excellence.
The UCDA Design Competition recognizes exceptional design work done by communication professionals to promote educational institutions. The judges of the annual UCDA Design Competition evaluated 1,269 entries, awarding 187 Awards of Excellence. Winning entries will be part of the UCDA Design Show on display during the 47th annual UCDA Design Conference Oct. 7-10, 2017, in Baltimore, Maryland.
The Fall 2016 issue of Pitt Law magazine was edited by Cori Parise and Jan-Tosh Gerling, written by Christine H. O’Toole and designed by Landesberg Design. "We’re honored to be recognized for Pitt Law magazine’s great storytelling, photography, and design, which gives 12,000 readers a glimpse into the lives and accomplishments of Pitt Law’s alumni, faculty, and students. We are fortunate to have excellent stories and such impressive people to feature and we look forward to using Pitt Law magazine as a means to instill pride in our readers,” said Parise.
An excerpted feature from the Fall 2016 issue of Pitt Law magazine. Read online.