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« Thursday March 06, 2014 »
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Start: 1:00 pm
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Please join the International Law Society and the Federalist Society in hosting two German law professors on March 6, at 1 p.m. in LL80. While visiting the U.S.A., Professors Stephan and Wagner have offered to give a presentation to all UofL Law School faculty, staff and students, and we of course have graciously accepted.The presentation will focus on rights considered "fundamental" in Germany and how those rights compare and contrast to what we consider to be fundamental rights in America. Once the presentation is over, there will be time for questions concerning the information in the presentation and general questions on the practice of law in Germany. Please consider joining us if you have ever thought of pursuing any form of international law, have any interest in constitutional law, or would just like to see how lawyers practice law in a legal system different from our own.Please email Isaac Fain at, itfain01@louisville.edu, if you are positive you can attend the event so the organizers can obtain a preliminary head count. Thank you.

Start: 11:50 am
End: 12:50 pm

Join Dean Nowka on March 6, to learn more about the Law School's two certificate programs.  Graduating students who have met the requirements of the Law School's Certificates of Accomplishment in Litigation or Transactional Skills are eligible to receive this acknowledgment of their accomplishments at graduation.

Start: 12:00 pm
End: 1:00 pm
Start: 1:00 pm
End: 2:00 pm

Please join the International Law Society and the Federalist
Society in hosting two German law professors on Thursday, March 6, at 1
p.m. in LL80. While visiting the U.S.,  Professors Stephan and Wagner
have offered to give a presentation to all UofL Law School faculty,
staff and students, and we of course have graciously accepted.The
presentation will focus on civil rights considered "fundamental" in
Germany and how those rights compare and contrast to what we consider to
be fundamental rights in America. Once the presentation is over, there
will be time for questions concerning the information in the
presentation and general questions on the practice of law in Germany.
Please consider joining us if you have ever thought of pursuing any form
of international law, have any interest in constitutional law, or would
just like to see how lawyers practice law in a legal system different
from our own.Please email Isaac Fain if you are positive you can attend the event so the organizers can obtain a preliminary head count. Thank you.