REMINDER - Wednesday, March 3 at noon in Rm.275
Moot Court Board and Journals Advising Program
OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS
If you have questions, please contact Dean DiSanza.
The Editorial Board of the University of Louisville Law Review is pleased to announce their successors for Volume 54:
Editor in Chief: Daniel Reed
Senior Articles Editor: Emily Meyer
Senior Notes Editor: Emily Irwin
Articles Editors: Vlad Bursuc, Megan Diffenderfer, Tyler Larson
Notes Editors: Lindsey Boyd, Kari DiCecco, Katherine Vail
Articles Selection Editor: Carolyn Purcell
Online Content Editor: Andrew Weeks
Executive Editor: Dallas Selvy
Managing Editor: Ben Jakubowicz
The University of Louisville Law Review is the principal law review publication of the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville. Managed exclusively by students, the Law Review is a scholarly publication devoted to developing the law, evaluating legal institutions and analyzing issues of law and public policy. The Law Review features student notes and articles written by nationally and globally recognized experts. The Editorial Board and Staff of the Law Review publish three issues per year and have editorial control over its content.
Congratulations to the newly minted Editorial Board for Volume 54!
firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a GREAT way to network with practicing attorneys so please consider volunteering.
Law students may request their class rank (1) in person; or (2) by sending an e-mail to Barbara Thompson using their louisville.edu e-mail address. Class ranks will not be given over the phone. If you wish to obtain your class rank in person, please stop by Student Records (Rm. 217). If you wish to request your class rank via e-mail, please send your request to email@example.com. DO NOT send an e-mail request using a personal e-mail address. You must use your louisville.edu e-mail address.
Kurt Metzmeier, Associate Director of the Law Library, will present "How to Start, Research and Complete Your Legal Writing Requirement" as required for graduation and set forth by the Student Handbook.
Tips on How to Start and Complete a Seminar Paper for Writing Requirement Credit
Presented by Kurt Metzmeier, Associate Director and Professor of Legal Bibliography at the UofL Brandeis Law Library
January 27, 12:00-1:00 p.m. Room 177
*Lunch will be provided in the form of free pizza sponsored by the Office of Academic Success.
Attaining your professional degree of J.D. requires the fulfillment of a writing requirement. So how do you start that process? How do you pick a suitable topic? What sources do you use and where do you go for research?
Professor Metzmeier will cover all of these questions along with providing time-saving tips on how to start, execute, and complete this important core requirement.
Looking for a way to connect and learn from some of Louisville's most prominent attorneys? Join us on January 22 for the third edition of Legal-Ease Series. At this lunch series, we will hear from diverse attorneys who have excelled in their areas of practice. The set-up gives young professionals a comfortable way to interact with our guests, who will share their best career advice.
A buffet lunch will be provided with registration. Seating is very limited, so REGISTER EARLY!
Confirmed Guests (more to be announced soon):
- Theresa Canaday - Member at Frost Brown Todd LLC
- Allison Donovan - Member at Stoll Keenon Odgen PLLC
- Gerald Reynolds - General Counsel, Chief Compliance Officer and Corporate Secretary at LG&E and KU
- Alan Tse - Executive Vice President & General Counsel at Churchill Downs Incorporated
For more information, contact Tiffany Ge at firstname.lastname@example.org.