There are three authorised versions of the logo, and each is available in three formats.

Please read these notes before you download a logo.

  • The logo must not be altered in colour or shape (i.e. both boxes must be square).
  • The logo must not be cropped, other than in the circumstance specified under Exception below.
  • The web versions may be reduced in size, subject to the text remaining legible (although size restrictions do apply to the University of Oxford part, if it appears [see Exception below].)
  • The Office and web versions are not interchangeable, and will almost certainly either print or display incorrectly if used for the wrong purpose. Please select the correct version for the job.
  • Neither the Office versions, nor the professional print versions should be used on web pages, as they will not output correctly.

Normal

 

For use on white backgrounds only.

NB. The version of the University logo used here does NOT have a white border (keyline), so MUST NOT be used on dark backgrounds.

Download
NORMAL
for web pages

To use the above version online, you can link to:
http://www3.law.ox.ac.uk/images/logos/OxfordLawFacultyLogoNormal.png

Reverse

 

For use on coloured backgrounds,

but see the note below about use of the Transparent version.

Download
REVERSE
for web pages

To use the above version online, you can link to:
http://www3.law.ox.ac.uk/images/logos/OxfordLawFacultyLogoReverse.png

Transparent

 

May be used over the top of an image, provided the text remains clearly legible.

May also be preferred to the Reverse version in conjunction with some background colours, but the box MUST NOT be filled with a colour.

Download
TRANSPARENT
for web pages

To use the above version online, you can link to:
http://www3.law.ox.ac.uk/images/logos/OxfordLawFacultyLogoTransparent.png

Exception

The single exception to the rule against alteration is that, in order to avoid unnecessary repetition, the University of Oxford element may be omitted from its position to the left of the Faculty of Law element, if the following conditions apply:

  • The University of Oxford logo appears elsewhere on the same page/screen of a design, and
  • no other University's logo features with equal prominence among the branding elements of the design.
    • (Another University's logo may appear prominently in the body text of a page, for example, but it is important to avoid any ambiguity about which Faculty of Law our logo refers to.)

The three variants of the Law element are available below:

Normal

 

For use on white backgrounds only.

Download
NORMAL
for web pages

To use the above version online, you can link to:
http://www3.law.ox.ac.uk/images/logos/OxfordLawFacultyLogoNormalJustLaw.png

Reverse

 

For use on coloured backgrounds,

but see the note below about use of the Transparent version.

Download
REVERSE
for web pages

To use the above version online, you can link to:
http://www3.law.ox.ac.uk/images/logos/OxfordLawFacultyLogoReverseJustLaw.png

Transparent

 

May be used over the top of an image, provided the text remains clearly legible.

May also be preferred to the Reverse version in conjunction with some background colours, but the box MUST NOT be filled with a colour.

Download
TRANSPARENT
for web pages

To use the above version online, you can link to:
http://www3.law.ox.ac.uk/images/logos/OxfordLawFacultyLogoTransparentJustLaw.png