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The Women Lawyers Association of Jefferson County meets at the Bristol Bar & Grill Downtown, 614 West Main Street. The buffet style luncheon begins at 11:45 a.m. and costs $16. Guests are always welcome.

08 / 9
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08 / 12
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The UofL Law IT Department will host its fourth annual "Get Connected" Day for incoming law students.  We'll help you set up your laptop for wireless networking and printing.

Start: 10:30 am
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08 / 13
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Olmsted Parks ConservancyThe mission of Olmsted Parks Conservancy is to enrich the life of everyone in our community by restoring, enhancing, and preserving the Frederick Law Olmsted Parks and Parkways - Louisville's great natural and recreational assets.Activity: Work on invasive plant and trail maintenance at Iroquois Park. Time/Place:              9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., Iroquois ParkGroup Size: 10-15 volunteersSpecial notes: This service project is sponsored by the student organization ELLUS - Environmental Law and Land Use Society. Olmsted Parks Conservancy will provide gloves, refreshments, and tools. It is strongly recommended that volunteers wear long pants and tennis shoes or boots. Each volunteer will need to sign a liability waiver and photo release. Family Scholar House Family Scholar House gives single-parent students the support they need to earn a four-year college degree. The Louisville campus provides participants and their children housing and childcare support.Activity: TBD. Last year, students organized the pantry for Family Scholar participants.Time/Place: 9:00 a.m. to noon, 420 West Lee Street, Louisville KY 40208Group Size: 10 volunteersMasonic Homes Masonic Homes of Kentucky offers daily living and specialized services to people of all ages throughout the state, regardless of affiliation or ability to pay.Activity: TBD: Last year's project included using watercolor paint to paint by number with the residents.Time/Place: 9:00 a.m. -Noon, 3701 Frankfort Avenue Group Size: 10 volunteersCatholic Charities Catholic Charities of Louisville provides service for people in need and advocates for justice in social structures. It is the largest, private human services agency operated by the Archdiocese, serving people of all religious, ethnic, social, and economic backgrounds.Activities: Decorating an apartment for a new refugee family; sorting through donations; stuffing backpacks for the school year to benefit the refugee program.Time/Place: 9:00 a.m. to noon, 2220 West Market Street, Louisville, KY 40202 Group Size: 10 -15 volunteersRonald McDonald HouseThe Ronald McDonald House provides a home away from home for families with seriously ill children needing care at Louisville hospitals.Activity: Baking cupcakes and cookies for residents.Time/Place: 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., 550 South First Street, Louisville, KY 40202Group Size: 8-10 volunteersSpecial notes: Ronald McDonald House will have supplies for baking and most food items, including milk and sugar. It is recommended that at least one volunteer bring butter. Volunteers can use cookie and cupcake mixes available in the kitchen, or can purchase their own mixes/ingredients and bake on site. Operation Brightside Donor funded and volunteer driven since 1986, Brightside works to unite people in clean and green activities to beautify the city and foster community pride.Activity: Time/Place Two-hour shift sometime between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Group Size: 15 volunteersSpecial notes: Wear sunscreen, old clothes, and close-toed shoes.St. Vincent de Paul The Society of St. Vincent de Paul provides emergency, transitional, and permanent housing to hundreds of individuals and families who are trying to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty. Programs serve homeless men, women, and children without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, handicaps, gender or family status.Activity: TBD. Last year's project included painting at the St. Jude Women's Recovery Center.Time/Place: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. , St. Vincent de Paul Administration Building at 1015 South Preston Street,               Louisville, KY 40203Group Size: 10-12 volunteersHabitat for HumanityHabitat for Humanity builds simple and affordable homes in partnership with those in need of decent housing. Habitat sells houses to qualified families at no profit with zero interest mortgage loans. Habitat has built over 350,000 houses around the world, providing more than 1.75 million people in 3,000 communities with safe, decent, affordable shelter. Activity: Working alongside skilled construction staff in renovating and maintaining Habitat-owned buildings. Types of Construction Projects: Volunteers work on nearly every facet of home construction, helping with dozens of tasks including preparing the site for construction, framing, insulating, siding, hanging drywall, painting, and landscaping, just to name a few. Time/Place: 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. , 1631 Rowan Street Group Size: 12 volunteers Special notes: What to Bring: Habitat provides all of the tools and materials. They also have plenty of water on site. A pair of work gloves is recommended. What to Wear: Dress in work clothes appropriate for the weather. Sturdy shoes are a must - work boots, hiking boots or athletic shoes. A cap is recommended on hot sunny days. Release and Waiver of Liability: All volunteers are required to sign a release and waiver of liability, which will be provided at Orientation. Inclement Weather: It is rare that they cancel a work day due to weather but will do so if they feel the work conditions are unsafe. Volunteers may call Habitat's construction center at 583-0332 if the weather is questionable the morning of your workday. Lunch is not provided during the week. Volunteers may pack a lunch, go to a nearby fast food restaurant, or have lunch delivered to the site.Habitat for Humanity ReStore Louisville's Habitat ReStore was opened to create a sustainable source of non-designated income for Habitat for Humanity of Metro Louisville through sales of donated building materials, furniture, appliances and landscaping while making a positive environmental impact by diverting these otherwise useful items from the landfill. Money raised by ReStore supports Habitat for Humanity of Metro Louisville in its mission of creating affordable home ownership opportunities. Activities: Donation processing (sorting of materials), possibly item shipment, and/or yard work.Time/Place 9:00 a.m. to noon, 2777 S. Floyd Street, Louisville, KY 40209Group Size: 5 - 10 volunteersNew Albany/Floyd County Animal ShelterThe New Albany/Floyd County Animal Shelter provides services which safeguard public health and safety, educate its citizens on responsible pet ownership, protect animals from cruelty and neglect, and humanely house, care for, and provide placement or humane resolution for the animals in its care.Activity: Volunteers will have an opportunity to assist with several different animal caretaking tasks such as dog walking, pet playtime, cleaning cages, etc. Volunteers must be flexible and willing to work in cat and/or dog areas.Time/Place: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., 215 W Market St., New Albany, IN 47150. Group Size: 10 volunteersSpecial notes: Please wear clothing you do not care to get dirty.Hosparus of Louisville Hosparus is a nonprofit organization that provides care, comfort, and counseling for people facing life-limiting illnesses in Kentucky and Southern Indiana. They are the region's leading hospice care provider and serve more than 4,000 patients a year.Activity: TBD. Last Year's Project: Making cards of inspiration. Time/Place: 12:30 - 3:30 p.m. (Please check-in at 12:15. A 30-minute orientation will start promptly at 12:30.), 3532 Ephraim McDowell Drive, Louisville, 40205 Group Size: 12-15 volunteersSpecial notes: A brief orientation will be provided to volunteers at 12:30 a.m.Dare to Care Food BankDare to Care Food Bank is an independent, nonprofit, Kentucky corporation whose mission is to end hunger in the community through partnerships, innovative programs, and community engagement. Their 55,000 square foot warehouse is equipped to store and inventory food at the highest commercial food safety standards. Activity: Sorting food in the warehouseTime/Place: 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., 5803 Fern Valley Road, Louisville, KY 40228Group Size: 12 - 15 volunteersSpecial notes: It is warm in the warehouse (i.e., no air conditioning)! Volunteers may dress in shorts and t-shirts, but must wear tennis shoes or other closed-toe shoes (no sandals or flip flops).

08 / 17
Start: 12:00 pm
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Please save the date for
the annual BLSA Picnic on Saturday, August 17th at 12PM. Details to follow.

Start: 12:00 pm
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Start: 12:30 pm
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Start: 3:15 pm
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08 / 22
Start: 5:30 pm
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Bring the family and join in the fun at Louisville Slugger Field where the Louisville Bats will challenge Toledo. UofL Night is Thursday, August 22, and includes the $1 Budweiser Beer Happy Hour. Tickets are $6.00 and seating is reserved for U of L in sections 125 and 126. Don’t’ miss the “First Pitch” (at 6:45) by “Louie” the Cardinal Bird and other U of L dignitaries! Game time: 7:05 PMRegister online by clicking here.

08 / 23
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Hey Law students,You asked for it and you got it! We have decided to move the date for the first annual Pro Cards at HSC event to August, 23th at 7pm. We will have a huge FREE cookout with hotdogs, hamburgers, chicken, veggie burgers, wings, and much more.  The Red Bull girls will be giving out free drinks, there will be a ton of ice cream, massage therapists giving free chair massages, a photo booth, and a Dj will be spinning the hottest tracks.  There will also be 2 photo booths, a photographer and a few friendly competitions for some cash prizes. Oh, and there's still the thousands of dollars of free stuff that we are giving away to people at the event.  Make sure you get all of your classmates out because the school with the most spirit will be awarded the Professional School Spirit stick, and bragging rights for the whole year.  We are working with UofL athletics to get some big names out at the event and will announce those the week of the 23rd. There will be lots of surprises so make sure you clear your schedules and get ready for an epic Friday!Who: All students What: Pro Cards at HSCWhen: Friday, Aug 23th  7 pm-10ish pmWhere: HSC CourtyardWhy: To start off the year rightJoin the Facebook group:https://www.facebook.com/events/147283412133963/?notif_t=plan_user_joined

08 / 24
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The LBA Fun Run to raise funds for the Doctors and Lawyers for Kids program will be August 24 at Thurman-Hutchins Park. The LBA has a discounted price for any law students wanting to participate.  The discounted rate is $15 for individual registrations before August 21, and $20 after that date.  If four or more students register a team, they can pay $15 regardless of when they register.Onsite registration begins at 8:30 and the “race” begins at 9:00 am.  This is a great opportunity to meet attorneys from the community and to raise money for a good program.For more information, visit http://www.loubar.org/story.cfm?STID=1756.

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If you are interested in attending and want to be
considered as the nominee from the law school for the Peggy Browning Fund to
pay for your airfare, please provide a brief statement describing why you are
interested in attending.

08 / 27
Start: 11:00 am
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Ms. Kelly Schulz from Frost Brown Todd and Ms. Stephanie Smith of UPS will be representing the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity.  There will be a table in the Mosaic Lobby from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 27th.The goal of LCLD is to connect diverse law students with diverse volunteer lawyers for mentoring and training.