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SSRN Legal Studies Research Paper Series, Vol 8, No 6

Fri, 11/14/2014 - 14:42
div class=contentspan style=font-size: smallThe sixth and final issue of our SSRN Research Paper series this year features articles covering issues in healthcare, environmental law, and legal education.br //span/divdiv class=contentullispan style=font-size: smalla href=http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2436627iAdaptive Water Law/i/a by Tony Anthony /span/lilispan style=font-size: smalla href=http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2412951iThe Attorney-Client Relationship In the Age of Technology/i/a by Grace Giesel /span/lilispan style=font-size: smalla href=http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2443005iRoads and Schools: Parallel Paths in the Government Role to Education for Students with Disabilities/i/a by Laura Rothstein /span/lilispan style=font-size: smalla href=http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2443932iPromoting Public Health in Health Care Facilities/i/a by Mark Rothstein /span/li/ul/divspan style=font-size: small /spandiv class=contentspan style=font-size: smallMore information about the RPS:/spanullispan style=font-size: smalla href=http://www.ssrn.com/link/U-Louisville-LEG.htmlBrowse /a/span/lilispan style=font-size: smalla href=http://hq.ssrn.com/jourInvite.cfm?link=U-Louisville-LEGSubscribe/a/span/li/ul /div

CALI Lessons

Tue, 11/04/2014 - 12:55
div class=content pspan style=font-size: smallThe bCenter for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction's/b (CALI) Library of Lessons contains over 900 interactive, computer-based legal tutorials covering more than three dozen legal education subject areas. The lessons are designed to augment traditional law school instruction. Many of your classmates have found them helpful in preparing for their exams. /span/ppspan style=font-size: smallFree copies of the DVD are available at the library's Circulation Desk. You may also view the lessons online. The a href=/library/CALIstudent authorization code and instructions/a are available at the library's website. You must register with your quot;@louisville.eduquot; email address. /span/p /div

Exam4 Practice Test Deadline for Fall 2014 Final Exams Is Tonight!

10 hours 56 min ago
p bspan style=font-size: 15pxExam4 for Fall 2014 final exams, including Professional Responsibility, is now available to a href=/it/exam-software-downloaddownload and install/a./span/b /p div style=width: 250px; margin-left: 20px; margin-bottom: 20px; float: right id=keepcalm img src=/sites/www.law.louisville.edu/files/keepcalm_practice%20test.png width=250px / /div ul li bThe deadline to submit a href=/it/exam4-practice-testan Exam4 practice test/a to qualify to use your computer on Fall 2014 final exams is 11:59 PM EDT, Friday, October 24, 2014./b /li li bAll previous versions of Exam4 have expired, will not run, will not work, and will not help you/b. /li li bExam4 no longer supports 32-bit Mac, Snow Leopard. Mac users with 32-bit Snow Leopard (OS 10.6) will need to purchase a new laptop or rent or borrow one for laptop testing and finals if they intend to use Exam4. You may a href=http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3696 target=_blankfollow these instructions/a to determine if you have 32- or 64-bit Snow Leopard./b /li /ul p bYou must always/b: /p ol li a href=/it/exam-software-downloadDownload and install the bcurrent/b version of Exam4/a for your computer's operating system. Supported operating systems a href=/it/exam-software-downloadare listed here/a. /li li a href=/it/exam4-practice-testTake and submit a practice test/a (choose quot;F14 Practice Examquot; during start-up). /li li For practice tests, identify yourself in the Exam Number field (twice) with your bULink user name/b (e.g., ilhoswa01/i). /li /ol p bYou must never/b: /p ol li Ever, under any circumstances, identify yourself in Exam4 (or any other exam situation) using your UofL Student ID Number. This applies to practice tests, real exams—everything. /li /ol p Within about an hour, you should receive a href=/sites/www.law.louisville.edu/files/exam4confirmation.png target=_blanka confirmation e-mail/a at your CardMail address. If you submit a href=/it/exam4-practice-testa practice test/a and do not receive a href=/sites/www.law.louisville.edu/files/exam4confirmation.png target=_blankthe confirmation e-mail/a, then you have done something wrong and you must try again until you do. /p p bspan style=font-size: largeComplete, detailed instructions for a href=/it/exam4-practice-testtaking and submitting a practice test are here/a/span/b. /p div style=border: 1px solid red div style=margin: 10px p Students are reminded that, in order to use Exam4 to take final exams, they must comply with the Brandeis School of Law's a href=/it/computer-exam-policyPolicy and Procedure Governing Examinations on Computer/a, including satisfactory completion of a href=/it/exam4-practice-testa practice test/a by 11:59 PM EDT, Friday, October 24, 2014. Last year, the law school faculty discussed and re-affirmed the law school policy that students who fail to complete a satisfactory practice exam in accordance with the rules established by the IT department MAY NOT use their computers to take final exams, and that, should a student use a computer on a final exam in violation of this policy, that student will receive bno tech support/b during or after the exam, bincluding but not limited to help re-booting or restoring an Exam4 session OR assistance uploading an exam or partial exam that the student may have written using Exam4/b. In addition, a letter describing the student’s violation of law school policy will be placed in the student’s record. This policy may result in your being unable to turn in part or all of your exam answers, should you fail to complete a satisfactory practice test. Deans on Duty and IT staff on duty have been advised of these policies. /p p bPlease do not risk failing an exam!/b If you have not received a href=/sites/www.law.louisville.edu/files/exam4_practice_confirmation.png target=_blanka confirmation e-mail/a, DO NOT use your computer to type your exam. Bluebooks are available from the Law Resource Center or the Dean on Duty. /p /div /div

Exam4 Now DOES Support Mac OS 10.10 (Yosemite)

Wed, 10/22/2014 - 09:14
In yesterday's iDocket/i, the IT Dept. reported that Exam4 does not support Mac OS 10.10 (Yosemite) because we had been so advised by Extegrity, Exam4's publisher. bHowever, late yesterday afternoon, we received notice from Extegrity that Exam4 WOULD now support Yosemite./b We requested that they make the Yosemite version of Exam4 immediately available for download and installation. Consequently, students who have upgraded to Yosemite, or who wish to may do so and, may now use Exam4. Yosemite users download the Yosemite version of Exam4 and take a practice exam b by Friday evening's deadline/b.

Professor Cedric Merlin Powell to be on Civil Rights Symposium Panel

Tue, 10/21/2014 - 15:58
div p class=p1Cedric Merlin Powell will be on a panel on the topic ofspan class=s1br / /spanbEducation: Equal But Separate?br //bbiMilliken/i, “Neutral Principles,” and Post-Racial Determinism. /b/p/divdiv /divdiv /divimg src=/sites/www.law.louisville.edu/files/Global-symposium-flyer2.png align=left width=550 /

Professional Responsibility Exam Time Reminder

Mon, 10/20/2014 - 08:17
Students taking the Professional Responsibility course exam on Friday, October 31 have until Tuesday, October 21, 5:00 p.m. to elect to take the exam from 2:30 - 5:30, October 31. Make your election in writing to Dean Nowka, room 213. If you do not submit an election, you will be deemed to elect the 3:00 - 6:00 time for the exam.

Congratulations, Grateful Decedents!

Fri, 10/17/2014 - 08:08
Congratulations to Lawlapalooza 2014 champs the Grateful Decedents,  featuring 3Ls Mina Khalil and Greg Daly.  Thanks to 3L Emily DeVuono, whose band, The Perpetual Motions, played a great set, as well. All eight bands rocked for a wonderful, worthy cause, the Judge Ellen B. Ewing Fund, and this year's event drew a great turnout of students, staff, faculty, and the local legal community. Many thanks to our 2014 Ewing Fellow, Jenn Pence, and our student MCs, Jeff Perkins, Jessica Homer, Caitlin McQueen, Alexandria Bridges, China Hepburn, and James Shockley, for all their help and especially for their enthusiasm!

Litigation and Transactional Skills Certificate Program

Wed, 10/15/2014 - 13:06
Current 2L and 3L students may apply for acceptance into the Certificate of Accomplishment in Litigation Skills or the Certificate of Accomplishment in Transactional Skills Programs. These programs allow students priority registration in designated litigation or transactional skills courses. Currently there are six placements available in the programs. Students are eligible to receive a Certificate of Accomplishment in Litigation or Transactional Skills upon graduation if they satisfy the certificate requirements regardless whether they enroll in the certificate program. Contact Dean Nowka, room 213, for additional information or to apply. Application deadline is October 29, 2014, 4:00 p.m.

Professional Responsibility Exam Time Option

Wed, 10/15/2014 - 08:37
All students taking the Professional Responsibility course exam on Friday, October 31, have the option to take the exam from 2:30 - 5:30 or from 3:00 - 6:00. The length of the exam, three hours, will not change. You must make this election on or before October 21, 2014, 5:00 p.m. by notifying Dean Nowka, room 213, in writing of your choice. If you do not submit your choice to Dean Nowka by the designated time you will be deemed to elect the 3:00 - 6:00 time for the exam. Contact Dean Nowka if you have any questions.

Lawlapalooza Student Band of the Day: The Grateful Decedents

Wed, 10/15/2014 - 08:37
p The Grateful Decedents, playing rock, reggae rock, blues rock, funk rock, classic rock, and ragnarok, feature 3Ls a href=/user/1527Greg Daly/a on vocals and a href=/user/1517Mina Khalil/a on electric guitar and vocals. The five musicians from the Louisville area started a band just to play Lawlapalooza this year. /p p Once onstage, the virtuosity of each member – the vocal prowess of Greg Daly, the face-melting techniques of guitarists Mina Khalil and Carl Koontz, the hard-hitting basslines of Darren Beckham, and the earthquaking kicks 'n snares courtesy of Jordan Daly – will fuse into a single entity and fill your ears with the truth. You will surely doubt whether you have ever truly used your ears before that moment. /p p And then, once their set is over, each member will slowly fade into transparency like Marty McFly and disappear into the ether forever, never to be seen again. /p p Come out to Lawlapalooza 2014 at the Phoenix Hill Tavern, 644 Baxter Avenue, and support your fellow students ‒ and help them carry away the cherished Lawlapalooza Cowbell Trophy. Doors open at 6:00 PM, and The Grateful Decedents perform at 9:30. Tickets are on sale now in the Law Resource Center, room 272, $10 advance and day of show. /p

Lawlapalooza Student Band of the Day: The Perpetual Motions

Tue, 10/14/2014 - 08:32
p The Perpetual Motions, performing Thursday night at Lawlapalooza, feature 3L a href=/user/1442Emily DeVuono/a on bass and vocals. The band (aka The Joyful Spirits) officially formed in 2011. Comprised of members of Jeffersontown Christian Church, they originally played mostly jazz arrangements of traditional hymns. Now their repertoire consists of anything from Bon Jovi, to Queen, to The Eagles, to The Jackson Five. The Perpetual Motions have played the past several years at AIDS Interfaith Ministries of Kentuckiana's annual pizza fundraiser at Clifton's Pizza (as well as other AIDS Interfaith Ministries events), and has played the past two years at the Middletown Festival. /p p Come out to Lawlapalooza 2014 at the Phoenix Hill Tavern, 644 Baxter Avenue, and support your fellow students #8210 and help them carry away the cherished Lawlapalooza Cowbell Trophy. Doors open at 6:00 PM, and The Perpetual Motions perform at 7:30. Tickets are on sale now in the Law Resource Center, room 272, $10 advance and day of show. /p

Law Library to close at 4pm on Friday, October 17

Mon, 10/13/2014 - 07:35
The University of Louisville has scheduled a Homecoming Parade starting at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, October 17.  The route will be from Cardinal Town to the Speed School parking lot, meaning that 3rd Street and Eastern Parkway will be closed at some time before the parade and that some parking lots will have to be evacuated. In order to allow our patrons time to clear the area, the Law Library will close at 4:00 p.m.

Exam4 for Fall 2014 Final Exams Available Monday, Oct. 13

Fri, 10/10/2014 - 10:10
pExam4 for all remaining exams this semester will be available for download, installation and testing beginning Monday, October 13, 2014.  All previous versions have expired and will no longer run.  One important change for Mac users: b32-bit versions of OS 10.6 (Snow Leopard) are no longer supported/b; 64-bit versions are supported./ppbCheck the iDaily Docket/i beginning Monday for complete details./b/p

Faculty Publications in 2013

Thu, 10/09/2014 - 15:39
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(with Friedland, Hancock, Fair, Knechtle, amp; Rosen).o:p/o:p/span/p p style=margin: 0in 0in 12pt 0.5in; text-indent: -0.5in class=MsoNormalispan style=font-size: 12pt; font-family: 'Times New Roman'Constitutional Law:  Cases, Materials amp; Problems /span/ispan style=font-size: 12pt; font-family: 'Times New Roman'2013 Supplement (Aspen). (with Friedland, Hancock, Lively amp; Scott).o:p/o:p/span/p p style=margin: 0in 0in 12pt 0.5in; text-indent: -0.5in class=MsoNormalspan style=font-size: 12pt; font-family: 'Times New Roman'“The Law of Private Nuisance: French and American Perspectives”  (Chapter); In: R.L. Weaver amp; F. Lichere (eds.), iRemedies and Property. /i/spanspan style=font-size: 12pt; font-family: 'Times New Roman'France:  U. Aix-Marseille Press.  (pp. 9-42).  (2013). 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Faculty Publications and Impact 2014

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p class=p1Twenty-threeb /bfaculty members published approximately 98 works in 2013 on topics including professional responsibility, privacy, free speech, trademark, copyright, remedies, employment law, mental illness, disability discrimination and affirmative action.b /bThe scholarship that the faculty is publishing is making significant impacts in at least three ways.  There are three types of impact./p ul class=ul1 li class=li3First, faculty members are influencing knowledge and ideas, as reflected by citations to their scholarship and invitations to speak in national and international scholarly forums.  /li li class=li3Second, faculty members are prominent experts who are involved in efforts to reform law and public policy.  /li li class=li3Third, faculty scholarship leads to opportunities for faculty to serve on local, regional, and national projects that benefit the community and to contribute their expertise to these public-service projects.   /li /ul p class=p4nbsp;/p p class=p5Of course, often publications have more than one type of impact, but the following summarizes the key impact of recent faculty works.span class=Apple-tab-span /span/p p class=p6bScholarship That Influences Knowledge and Ideas:/b/p p class=p7as reflected by citations to their scholarship and invitations to speak in national and international scholarly forums.  /p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanA series of publications by bProfessor Tony Arnold/b from 2011 to 2014 on the emergence of adaptive legal systems for social-ecological resilience have generated great interest my scholars in many disciplines.  His scholarship was the organizing focus of a symposium at the University of Missouri (Columbia) entitled “Environmental Law 4.0: Adaptive and Resilient,” for which Arnold was the keynote speaker.  Based on these works, he was selected as Scholar of the Month by the University of North Carolina Center for Law, Environment, Adaptation, and Resources (CLEAR) for January 2014, and was invited to apply his ideas to water law for a iKansas Law Review/i symposium and to the concept of resilient cities for both an iIdaho Law Review/i symposium and a series of Biophilic Cities blog posts at the University of Virginia. He was invited to be a core team member for an multi-university, multi-disciplinary research project on adaptive water governance, funded by the National Science Foundation, and to be one of two lead presenters for a panel on “The Law of Resilient Cities” to be held at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools and co-sponsored by the Environmental and State and Local Government Law sections.  Throughout his career, Arnold’s scholarship has been cited over 2,000 times, not only quoted and discussed by prominent scholars in many disciplines but also used by diverse entities like the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Kentucky Division of Forestry, the Government of India’s Ministry of Water Resources, the World Bank, the Ohio Homebuilders Association, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of City and County Health Officials, the Sierra Club, the American Planning Association, local neighborhood and watershed groups, and many others.span class=s2b /b/span His recent work on resilient cities is fast getting attention , e.g., his latest article quot;Resilient Cities and Adaptive Lawquot; has been on several top-ten download lists in a number of different fields on SSRN during summer 2014./p p class=p9span class=Apple-tab-span /span/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor John Cross/b was invited to serve as a member of the International Advisory Board of the International Review of Law Computers and Technology.  The International Review, published in the United Kingdom, is the oldest publication in the field of computer technology law.  It is distributed in 94 nations.  Cross is an international expert in intellectual property./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor Judith Fischer /bwas invited to join a panel at the 2014 National Legal Writing Conference in Philadelphia, where she presented her scholarship on the use and effects of student ratings.  Her scholarship has been downloaded more than 5250 times from the Internet and cited more than 190 times in scholarly publications./p p class=p8b/b/p p class=p7bspan class=Apple-tab-span /spanProfessor Grace Giesel /buses her considerable expertise on professional responsibility and ethics in her publications and presentations.  In March of 2013, she presented on this issue at the Mississippi School of Law as part of a symposium in iEthics 20/20:  The Future ofProfessional Responsibility.  /iShe also presented many CLE hours on ethics to attorneys in Louisville and beyond./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor Jim Jones/b and student bElizabeth Richardson/b (’14) were invited to speak on mental health care laws and policies and their effects on aging baby boomers as the International Conference on Aging and Society in November 2013.  The American Bar Association Commission on Disability Rights featured Professor Jones on its website in October 2013 for his distinguished scholarship and advocacy regarding issues of mental health in the legal profession, including an autobiographical study of his own experiences with mental illness while achieving success as a teacher and scholar./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanTwo articles by bProfessor Ariana Levinson /bhave received substantial attention.  Her article iWhat the Awards Tell Us About Labor Arbitration of Employment Discrimination Claims/i.i Published in the /iUniversity of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 46(3): 789-862;  (2013) was selected by blind review by Vanderbilt law school faculty for presentation at the Branstetter New Voices in Civil Justice Workshop at Vanderbilt Law School.  It has been downloaded 209 times on SSRN and was discussed in a funded grant proposal submitted by the Illinois Institute of Technology to the National Academy of Arbitrators.  As a result of this research she was invited to speak at the ABA Dispute Resolution Section annual meeting.span class=s3    /spanThe President of the National Academy of Arbitrators requested a copy of the article in relation to their project for improving “Best Practices” advice for members who hear employment arbitration cases.  It is cited by Aaron L. Nielson, iIn Defense of Formal Rulemaking/i, 75 Ohio State L.J. 237 (2014) and multiple times by Charlotte Garden amp; Nancy Leong, 81 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1188 (2013)./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanHer article on iSocial Media, Privacy, and the Employment Relationship: The American Experience/ispan class=s4 /spanin Spanish Labour Law amp; Employment Relations Journali (SLLERJ) /i2(1):15-31, EISSN: 2255-2081, Madrid, Universidad Carlos III (2013) resulted in an invitation to speak at a workshop at Universidad Carlos II de Madrid.  span class=s4“/spanSocial Media, Privacy, and the Employment Relationship:  The American Experience,” Workshop: Electronic Challenges: Regulating Social Networking in the Modern Workplace, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, December 2012.  She was also invited to present on it at Fordham Law School, where it was recorded for C-SPAN as a panelist on “Employee Online Activity and the Right to Monitor,” Seventh Law amp; Information Society Symposium:  Privacy and Employment in the Digital Society, Center on Law and Information Policy at Fordham Law School, New York, New York, March 2013, broadcast by C-SPAN and available at a href=http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/Fordhamhttp://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/Fordham/a.  Additionally she was invited to present it at SEALS.  Panelist, “The Merger of Workplace Privacy, Employer Policies, and Technological Innovation,” Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual            Conference, Palm Beach, Florida, August 2013 and as part of a CLE for the Louisville Bar Association in May 2013.  It has been downloaded172 times on SSRN.  It is cited by AB Munoz Ruiz, Social Networking: New Challenges in the Modern Workplace,i Spanish Labour Law amp; Employment Relations Journal (SLLERJ) /i2(1):32-40, EISSN: 2255-2081, Madrid, Universidad Carlos III (2013) and by William A. Herbert, Can’t Escape from the Memory: Social Media amp; Public Sector Labor Law, 40 N. Ky. L. Rev. 431 (2013)./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor Laura McNeal/b was invited to give the keynote address at Harvard Law School in April 2014 for the quot;40 Years After iMilliken/i: Remedying Racial Disparities in Post-Racial Society Conference.quot;span class=s6 /spanspan class=s7 /spanThe article based on the presentation will be published in the Harvard Journal on Race and Ethnic Justice./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7bspan class=Apple-tab-span /spanProfessor Luke Milligan’s/b research on the original Fourth Amendment within one month of publication the article in the iHastings Law Journal/i in April 2014 has been assigned in a Criminal Procedure class at the University of Illinois College of Law; it has been the subject of a Federalist Society luncheon in downtown Louisville; and it has been cited by Professor Chris Slobogin of Vanderbilt Law School in an article forthcoming in the iGeorgetown Law Journal/i.  It has also lead to an invitation to present his thesis at the University of Michigan Law School in February 2015.  These indicia of prominent attention to Milligan’s recent article are quite rapid by the standards of legal scholarship, where impact can take much longer to develop, thus suggesting that his ideas will be quite influential over time.  In addition, a February 2014 iBoston Globe/i feature on the “modern progressive’s moral conundrum” regarding fetal personhood drew extensively on Milligan’s earlier research on John Rawls and fetal personhood, and quoted Milligan several times./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor Cedric Merlin Powell /bwas invited to serve as a Plenary Session Speaker at a major 2014 symposium on the meaning of the iBrown v. Board of Education/i decision, held at the Washburn University Center for Law and Government in Topeka, KS, the city from which the iBrown/i case arose.  The symposium critically assessed the landmark case on its 60supth/sup anniversary.  Professor Powell’s invitation was a result of his nationally recognized scholarship on critical race theory, structural inequality, and the use of rhetorical neutrality in civil rights cases.  Professor Powell’s scholarship has been cited in numerous scholarly articles and books.  Perhaps most notably, the renowned philosopher Jeremy Waldron cited Professor Powell’s scholarship in the publication of his Oliver Wendell Holmes Lectures at Harvard University, iThe Harm in Hate Speech /i(Harvard University Press, 2012).  Professor Powell has established himself as a path-breaking and critical voice on affirmative action, critical race theory, school integration, and the First Amendment./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanHis essay titled iGideon v. Wainwright: Process, Substance, and the Illusion of Fairness/i  was published in the inaugural online edition of the Louisville Law Review (52 U. Louisville L. Rev. Online 1 (2013), a href=https://exchange.louisville.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=W5_RFI9Kv0ShIm1mmjQGlQsFvzCBdNEIA5CXFLTtEtSCR4Bc_deR3n1aC94opBjY06GtXzshVm8.amp;URL=http://www.louisvillelawreview.org%22%20%5Ct%20%22_blankwww.louisvillelawreview.org/a).  This volume of essays won the Kentucky Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (“KACDL”) Media Award.  The articles were also reprinted in The Advocate, Kentucky Journal of Criminal Justice Education amp; Research (October 15, 2013). /p p class=p8span class=Apple-tab-span /span/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanProfessor Powell was recently invited to publish his work in the Harvard Journal on Race and Ethnic Justice based on a symposium held at Harvard in April 2014.  He was also invited to present his views on neturality in a “post-racial” world for a symposium at Texas Aamp;M in November 2014, focusing on the 50supth/sup anniversary of the Civil Rights Act and the 60supth/sup anniversary of the iBrown /idecision./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor Laura Rothstein/b, not only served as a panelist or speaker at four different sessions at the February 2014, 35th Annual National Conference on Higher Education Law and Policy sponsored by Stetson University Law School, but she also was invited to be the Honorary Chair of the conference. This honor reflects her longstanding commitment to increasing the understanding of higher education legal issues. In 2011 she was honored by the conference with the William A. Kaplin Award for Excellence in Higher Education Law and Policy.  One of her panels was reported on by the July 2014 edition of iCampus Legal Advisor:  Interpreting the Law for Higher Education Administrators /iin an article “Limit fraternity housing liabilities,” which referenced Professor Rothstein’s recommendations about accommodations and architectural barrier issues in fraternity and sorority settings./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanIn addition, Professor Rothstein’s article “Forty Years of Disability Policy in Legal Education and the Legal Profession:  What Has Changed and What Are the New Issues?,” published in 2014 in the iAmerican University Journal of Gender, Social Policy amp; the Law/i, was  the focal article around which a symposium issue of the journal was organized and from which a call for papers went out to other scholars. One prominent scholar, blogging about this article, wrote; “What Laura doesn't say in her essay -- but I will say here -- is that many if not most of the changes she describes in her essay have happened in large part because she pushed hard for them -- not just in her scholarship but in the trenches -- and often despite fierce opposition from entrenched interests or from equally powerful inertia.  Laura is a law school professor who has made a profound difference in the lives not only of her students, but in society at large.” This paper has been listed for several weeks as an span class=s7SSRN's Top Ten download list for: Disability Law eJournal./span/p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor JoAnne Sweeney’s/b paper proposal, quot;Balancing Anti-Terrorism Laws and Human Rights in the U.S. and U.K,quot; was chosen as one of the four papers for the International Human Rights panel at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanIn one recent article, bProfessor Russ Weaver /bfocused on the problem of “border searches” and the protection of privacy in border contexts.  R. Weaver, iAdministrative Searches, Technology amp; Personal Privacy/i, 22 Wm. amp; Mary Bill Rt. J. 571 (2013).  The article was written for an Administrative Law symposium hosted by the William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal.  Historically, customs and immigration officials have exercised very broad authority to search individuals who enter the United States, as well as to examine all of the things that they bring them.  However, the exercise of such broad authority is potentially objectionable if applied to the various electronic devices that individuals now carry across international borders (e.g., laptops, cellphones, ipads, iphones and smart phones).  These devices often contain a great deal of data and information that the individual may prefer to keep private.  So, the question is whether customs officials have an unfettered right to review the data stored on electronic devices, as well as to copy it.  Customs officials have taken the position that electronic devices are no different than anything else, and therefore they have broad authority to review and copy information contained on such devices.  This article questions whether the government’s current attitude is consistent with the Fourth Amendment and traditional notions of privacy.  The article is valuable to policymakers considering the authority of customs officials./p p class=p2           Much of his scholarly work deals with freedom of expression, and the intersection of speech and technology.  His recently-issued book, R. Weaver, From Gutenburg to the Internet: Free Speech, Advancing Technology and the Implications for Democracy (Carolina Academic Press 2013)), examines the evolution of speech technologies over the centuries, and notes that so-called “gatekeepers” (ie.g./i, newspaper editors and reporters) have historically limited and controlled the ability of ordinary people to engage in mass communication.  The book argues that the development of personal computers (PCs), and the Internet (and, of course, various handheld Internet devices), have transformed communication, and led to dramatic democratic changes all over the world.  From the Arab Spring to the election of President Obama, the Internet has transformed the political process by enabling ordinary people to communicate with each other, and has therefore led to a decline in the importance of the traditional gatekeepers.  In addition, the Internet has led to new forms of news organizations, including online newspapers and blogs.  While there are plenty of problems with Internet communication, the Internet and PCs have moved us much closer to our democratic ideals./p p class=p2            In another recent article, he deals with the question of whether governments can or should regulate Internet communications.  R. Weaver, Duncan Fairgrieve amp; F. Lichere,i The Creation of Transnational Structures Governing Internet Communication/i, 78 Mo. L. Rev. 527 (2013).  A number of foreign leaders (e.g., former French President Nicholas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel) have called for Internet restrictions, as well as for international cooperation to impose such restrictions.  Of course, the difficulty is that the ability of the United States to cooperate in imposing such restrictions is limited by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution which protects freedom of expression. In this article, the authors analyze free speech differences between the U.S., France and England, and draw conclusions regarding how those differences limit the ability of the three governments to enter into international agreements regulating the Internet. /p p class=p2span class=Apple-tab-span /spanBecause of his work on these and other topics, he has been invited to give several prestigious lectures and hold courtesy visiting appointments at several universities in Europe, including the University of Aix-Marseille (France), the Institute of the Americas in Paris (France), and the University of Lisbon (Portugal).  He continues to serve as the Executive Director of the Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS)./p p class=p8span class=Apple-tab-span /span/p p class=p10bScholarship That Results in Becoming Prominent Experts Involved in Efforts to Reform Law and Public Policy/b/p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor Jamie Abrams/b has participated in drafting and submitting an amicus brief in the iBourke v. Beshear/i case arguing in support of marriage equality for gays and lesbians.  She is joined by 37 other nationally recognized scholars in family law and constitutional law on this brief.  Her work was recognized by the University of Louisville Multicultural Teaching Award in September 2014./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor Laura McNeal/b has worked with the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard Law School since 2012 where she conducts national empirical legal studies that explore the intersection of law, education reform, and school disciplinary policies.  The Office of Civil Rights for the U.S. Department of Education has expressed great interest in the implicit bias study and is monitoring the progress of her research.  If the intervention reduces levels of implicit bias as predicted among school administrators, teachers, staff, and resource officers, the Office of Civil Rights has expressed interest in using the intervention tools in consent decrees and the remedies stage of Title VI lawsuits for schools with disparities in school disciplinary referrals throughout the country.  Thus, the findings of this research study will have national impact on the litigation of Title VI complaints.  /p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanSeveral of bProfessor Laura Rothstein/b’s articles were cited  by the Iowa Supreme Court in its June 27, 2014 opinion in iPalmer College of Chiropractic v. Davenport Civil Rights Commission./i   The Court cited her articles iDisability Law and Higher Education:  A Road Map for Where We’ve Been and Where We May be Heading, /i 63 Md. L. Rev. 122, 142 (2004) and  iHealth Care Professionals with Mental and Physical Impairments, /i41 St. Louis U.L.J. 973, 995 (1997).  The case involved admission of a blind student to a chiropractice school and the Court referenced her work on the importance of making individualized determinations in such cases./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanProfessor Rothstein’s work on mental health history questions in licensing of lawyers has been considered by policymakers in Ohio.  She will be a speaker at the May 2015 ABA Conference on Professional Responsibility on this topic./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor Mark Rothstein /bis frequently called upon to provide expertise on a range of bioethics issues.   On April 26, 2013, he testified before Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.  The hearing was part of a series of hearings devoted to protected public safety in light of the Newtown shootings in December 2012.  His testimony is available on C-Span.   As a result of his scholarship on epigenetics, he was invited to serve as a member of the Bioethics Workgroup of the International Human Epigenome Consortium, an international collaboration to facilitate epigenome research.  In part as a result of his articles in JAMA and Genetics in Medicine that criticize the American College Genetics and Genome recommendation to return genetic sequence information to patients (regardless of whether they want it), the ACMB modified its recommendation to allow patients to opt out of such disclosures.  He has been interviewed by the media about the ethical issues related to the Ebola outbreak in Africa.  /p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor Shelley Santry/b helped to author the anti-stalking bill before the Kentucky Legislature./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p6bScholarship Leading to Service on Local, Regional, and National Projects of Benefit to the Community and Contributing Expertise to Public Service Projects/bspan class=s8 /span/p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor Jamie Abrams/b was appointed to the Kentucky Equal Justice Center's Board of Directors.  In recognition of her work, the University of Louisville has named her to receive the Multicultural Teaching Award in fall 2014./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanAs a nationally recognized expert on legal ethics, bProfessor Grace Giesel/b authors ethics opinions for the Kentucky Bar Association (KBA) and is a frequent speaker at CLE programs on matters of professional responsibility.  In Fall 2013, she presented the first annual Flexner Forum to the Law School community, on quot;The Story of Kentucky Bar Association Ethics Opinion 435:  The Ethics of Plea Bargains that Waive Claims of Ineffective Assistance of Counsel.quot;  The opinion was one that she authored and was the subject of a case before the Kentucky Supreme Court, which was argued at the Law School.  She also oversees the Commonwealth’s Hotline system on ethics issues for the Kentucky bar.span class=s9 /span/p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor Tony Arnold/b has been invited to serve on the National Advisory Council of The City Project, which is a nationally renowned organization that seeks socially just land-use and environmental conditions in urban areas and is headquartered in Los Angeles.  Arnold’s scholarship on environmental justice and urban planning led to this invitation to advise The City Project.  Arnold was also elected Vice-Chair of the Board of Trustees of The Nature Conservancy, Kentucky Chapter, where his work on ecosystem conservation is useful./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor Virginia Mattingly/b was elected President-Elect of the Special Libraries Association's Kentucky Chapter./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor Luke Milligan/b is a Commissioner of the Department of Public Advocacy Commission of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and serves as the inaugural Brandeis Fellow at the Louisville Metro Public Defender's Office in Fall 2014./p p class=p8b/b/p p class=p7bspan class=Apple-tab-span /spanProfessor Lisa H. Nicholson/b was appointed to serve on the quot;Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods' Police Initiatives Workgroupquot; by Anthony D. Smith, Director for Safe Neighborhoods (Office of Mayor Greg Fischer).  The Workgroup is charged to quot;Work on building stronger relationships between Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) and community members as well as identifying and encouraging implementation of best practices from across the country.”  She also serves as Chair of the quot;Police-Centered Initiatives Task Group.quot;  This group has been working to develop initiatives and action steps that will assist LMPD officers in better understanding and interacting with members of the community.  Their focus has been on ways to improve community relations, increase interpersonal interactions and address cross-cultural issues, and implicit bias./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor Cedric Merlin Powell/b has applied his concepts about racial justice to real-world problems through community engagement and service for many years, including serving as Board Chair of the Transit Authority of River City (TARC) for many years, Board member of the National Institute for Restorative Justice, a member of the ACLU Legal Review Committee, and Commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy.  The Louisville Bar Association presented Powell with its 2014 Trailblazer Award for his leadership on issues of race and justice./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanIn 2014, bProfessor Laura Rothstein/b is serving as the Brandeis Fellow working with the Legal Aid Society and the Doctors and Lawyers for Kids program to develop policies and practices for the school system in working with low income children identified as having health problems that relate to special education needs./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor Mark Rothstein/b received in 2014 a two year grant from the National Institutes of Health to study international collaborations on health privacy issues. The grant reflects his expertise and reputation on issues of bioethics issues./p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p7span class=Apple-tab-span /spanbProfessor Enid Trucios-Haynes/b serves as President of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky.  She is a distinguished expert in immigrant rights, constitutional law, and civil rights and liberties.  She has been named to serve as the Director of the Muhammad Ali Institute at the University of Louisville from 2014 to 2016.  She received the Louisville Bar Association Hispanic Heritage Month Award for Distinguished Service on October 2, 2014.  /p p class=p8nbsp;/p p class=p8nbsp;/p

Spring and Summer Course Schedules

Wed, 10/08/2014 - 15:22
Updated spring 2015 and summer 2015 course schedules, course notes and exam schedules are posted on the law school webpage.  Because these schedules are tentative and may be changed before registration opens, please check the webpage for the most recent schedule before registering for classes.

Elder Law spring 2015 course

Wed, 10/08/2014 - 07:56
A course in Elder Law will be offered in spring 2015. Elder Law is a practical course dealing with older folks in the field of elder care law in Kentucky. Understanding how to work with older people will be relevant in almost all areas of law. Some of the topics covered will be basic legal documents for older folks, Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, Veteran's benefits, living arrangements, health care decision making, ethical issues, guardianship, probate, trusts, and understanding insurance and financial documents. Practical skills taught include how to interview clients and how to run a law practice. The instructors are Bernard Faller, founder of Kentucky ElderLaw, PLLC, and Misty Clark Vantrease and Kelly Gannott, current co-owners of the firm. All three were classmates in the Brandeis class of 2001.  For additional information or to obtain a syllabus, contact Bernard Faller at a href=mailto:kyelderlaw@aol.comkyelderlaw@aol.com/a.

Tax Moot Court Team Tryouts

Tue, 10/07/2014 - 10:12
pA national tax moot court competition is held every spring at an exotic location in Florida.  Our law school has competed for more than 25 years and our teams are frequently successful.  We are “in it to win it,” to use a haggard phrase./ppOur team will have two members, selected by our three Team coaches:  Professor Blackburn, and adjunct professor/alumni Mark Haun and Laurie McTighe. /ppThe competition consists of a written brief, followed by oral arguments before a mock appellate court.  Real Tax Court judges and tax practitioners serve as the competition judges for both the brief writing and the appellate arguments./ppYou must have completed one tax course by the end of 2014-fall semester, and be willing to spend a February weekend in sunny Florida, when we still have snow on the ground in Louisville.  Tax focused students are encouraged to tryout, but this is a trial competition and students interested in being litigators have been successful in the past and are also encouraged to tryout./ppTryouts will begin as soon as we have students willing to try out.  Tryouts will end Friday October 10.  If you are interested, please contact Professor Blackburn (a href=mailto:tblackburn@louisville.edutblackburn@louisville.edu/a, 502-852-6384).  /p

Lost and Found Inventory Sept. 2014

Tue, 10/07/2014 - 08:18
pLost and found items may be turned in and claimed in the Law Resource Center (Room 272).  /ppnbsp;/p