Identity Resources

The University of California, Berkeley, School of Law is a premier law school at a world-class university, committed to a broad public mission.

 Education: Our highly distinguished faculty members prepare students for careers in a world of rapid change, complexity, and opportunity that will require leaders with multidisciplinary training, global perspective, and adaptable skills. Our curriculum provides a solid legal and ethical foundation, and is enriched by courses in emerging fields and hands-on experience.

Engagement: We use our substantial intellectual capital to help solve real-world problems and to create a more just society. Our research centers are incubators of legal thought and facilitators of informed, effective action. Our legal clinics empower students to work on real cases in diverse fields. And our faculty members actively collaborate with colleagues across the university and around the world.

Environment: We are a vibrant community of people who respect and help each other and are passionately engaged in life. We are part of one of the world’s great universities, with access to an unequaled number of Top 10 departments. And we are located in the San Francisco Bay Area, known for its leadership in science, technology, business, culture, and the arts, plus its entrepreneurial spirit, multiculturalism, and natural beauty.


Names

  • Our official name is the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law. With external audiences, we will use our official name in full or in one of two abbreviated forms: UC Berkeley School of Law or Berkeley Law.
  • We will continue to use the name Boalt Hall with alumni and with the internal law school community.

Approved
University of California, Berkeley, School of Law
UC Berkeley School of Law
Berkeley Law
Boalt Hall (within the “family”)

Graphic Identity System

The Berkeley Law graphic identity consists of a family of logos representing the school and its affiliates, plus corresponding suites of materials for correspondence, presentation, and other purposes.

This overview illustrates the logo and stationery designs that constitute the graphic identity.

Click here to view or download the overview document (in PDF format). Firefox users may want to right-click and save the document to their computers by choosing “Save Link As.”

This style guide displays each item in the system with specifications and usage guidelines.

Click here to view or download the style guide document (in PDF format). Firefox users may want to right-click and save the document to their computers by choosing “Save Link As.”

Logos

There are three types of logos within the system, each with its own purpose. Available file types and related information are available in both versions of the style guide (see above).

(Download logos here.)

Berkeley Law Logo
This is the primary expression of the school’s identity. It is appropriate to use with most audiences, particularly external ones.

Primary Berkeley law Logo

Berkeley Law/Boalt Hall Logo
This variation on the Berkeley Law logo is reserved for communication with alumni and other members of the internal law school community.

Berkeley Law/Boalt Hall Logo

Berkeley Law/Affiliate Logos
Custom logos are available to all the school’s affiliates. Each juxtaposes the Berkeley Law logo with the name of a single center, institute, or clinic.

Berkeley Law Affiliate Logo

University of California, Berkeley, Seal
The UC Berkeley seal is an important element in our graphic identity. Providing a traditional counterpoint to the contemporary design of our logo, it appears on a variety of stationery and presentation items.

Berkeley Seal


Offset Printing Templates

Templates are available for creating components of the stationery system via offset printing. These high-volume print jobs are performed by professional printers using PANTONE® Uncoated Colors. To place an order or to answer any questions regarding usage, contact Wendy Wong at wwong@law.berkeley.edu.

Offset printing templates are available in all three treatments:
Berkeley Law, Berkeley Law/Boalt Hall, Berkeley Law/Affiliate.

  • Business card
  • Standard letterhead
  • Standard letterhead, customized
  • Envelope #10
  • Envelope #10, customized
  • Monarch letterhead
  • Monarch letterhead, customized
  • Monarch envelope
  • Monarch envelope, customized
  • Note card
  • Note card envelope
  • Memo pad
  • Pocket folder


Electronic Templates

Electronic templates are available for desktop publishing of correspondence, presentations, and other materials not requiring offset printing. Certain elements of these templates, such as the logo, are fixed, and others, such as the return address, are editable. Specifications are built into the templates and are detailed in the Berkeley Law style guide. All materials created using these electronic templates may be printed on laser or inkjet printers (preferably color). These templates should not be used for offset printing.

(Download electronic templates here.)

To place an order or to answer any questions regarding usage, contact Wendy Wong at wwong@law.berkeley.edu

Electronic templates are available in all three treatments:
Berkeley Law, Berkeley Law/Boalt Hall, Berkeley Law/Affiliate.

  • Standard letterhead
  • Envelope #10
  • Mailing label
  • Fax cover sheet
  • PowerPoint presentation

Berkeley Law Affiliates: Additional Options

  • Letterhead with affiliate symbol substituting for the university seal
  • Letterhead with list of faculty and/or student practitioners

To download images or electronic templates, visit this page (CalNet ID required).