Get Institute Alerts

Note: This is a 'push' only service. Subscribers are not able to post messages.

Alert Service Manager

Questions or concerns about the Alert Service should be referred to Dee Barker at dee.barker [at] or Martin Wisneski at martin.wisneski [at] (both at Washburn University School of Law).

The Alert Service helps the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning (ILTL) directors and staff keep you updated about ILTL activities (e.g., information about Institute conferences, the posting of new content on the website, availability of new issues of The Law Teacher). We anticipate sending 2-5 messages per month.

On this page you can:

Subscribe to the Alert Service

You may join the Alert Service at any time. Fill in the fields below and click the 'Subscribe' button. Check your e-mail for a confirmation message and be sure to click the link in the message to activate your subscription.

You will receive notification via e-mail when your subscription is active.

You may enter a privacy password below. This provides only mild security, but should prevent others from messing with your subscription. Do not use a valuable password as it will occasionally be e-mailed back to you in cleartext. [NOTE: If you choose not to enter a password, one will be automatically generated for you, and it will be sent to you once you have confirmed your subscription. You can also request a mail-back of your password when you edit your personal options.]

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Retrieve Your Alert Service Password

To edit your account options, view the service archives, or unsubscribe from the alert service you must have your password.

Type your e-mail address and click the 'Remind' button below to have your password sent to you in an e-mail message.

Retrieve Password

Unsubscribe From the Alert Service

To remove yourself from the alert service so you no longer receive messages, type your e-mail address and password and click the 'Unsubscribe' button below.

NOTE: After you click 'Unsubscribe' you will be sent to a membership options page that looks like it is prompting you to login. You do not need to take any action on this page-- just check your e-mail for a message from the service and follow the instructions in that message.


Edit Your Alert Service Account Options

The following are some of the options associated with your subscription to the alert service that you can modify:

To edit your account options, type your e-mail address and password and click the 'Login' button below.

Edit Options

Alert Service Homepage

All of the functions described above may also be performed from the Alert Service homepage.