I am UofL Law.
Recipient of the Trustees Award for enhancing student experience
Receives the 2013 Brandeis Medal
One of our many ambitious and successful alums
Shelley Santry, UofL Law Clinic director, wins Mary K Bonsteel Tachau Award
Leah Rupp Smith Wins KBA Writing Award
Stephanie Carr Wins 2012 Pirtle Washer
Federalist Society wins the Benjamin Franklin Spring Breakout award
Laura McNeal Inducted into ISU Hall of Fame
Tony Arnold Elected to Nature Conservancy Board
Congratulations to the 2012 Distinguished Faculty Award Recipients
Congratulations Professor Giesel
Co-champions of the Region 7 ACTL National Trial Competition, Samantha Constantine and Thomas Stevens, to represent UofL Law in the 37th Annual National Trial Competition
Congratulations Samantha Constantine and Thomas Stevens
Tony Arnold receives 2011 Award for Outstanding Scholarship, Research and Creative Activity in the Social Sciences
Congratulations Professor Arnold
Laura Rothstein receives the 2011 the Jefferson County Women Lawyers Association's Achievement in Excellence Award
Congratulations Professor Rothstein
Whitney True and Marilyn Osborn share their excitement upon winning the 2011 National Moot Court Trademark Law competition.
Jennifer Monarch knows the importance of completing a successful internship, and the positive impact that is having on her bright future.
Courtney Phelps began his law education while still in high school, more than a decade ago, and stayed inspired through UofL Law programs.
Sarah Potter's future is being positively impacted through diverse experiences shared by the UofL Law faculty.
A third-generation UofL Law graduate, Tommy Sturgeon shares his passion and vision for a successful law career.
Extracurricular involvement has expanded Marilyn Osborn's experiences and circle of colleagues.
Daniel Cameron knows that UofL Law offers everyone respected opportunities for success.
Guion Johnstone fights for justice while she pursues a dual-degree in Law and Social Work.
Dustin Wallen chose a dual-degree in Law and Urban Planning and is now practicing law in unexpected and sometimes muddy locations.
Alicia Gomez gained valuable experience in her UofL Law externship. She's building her resume while she's advancing her new legal career.
Rachel Carmona and Duffy Trager are notable examples of what it is to be a UofL Law Champion.
Luis Cartaya, who was born in Cuba, knows that UofL Law was the right choice for him to fulfill his dream of becoming a leader.
Frustrated by less-than-adequate opportunities for students in public education, Leah Smith is devoted to changing laws so they will benefit students.