Externships allow students to earn academic credit while developing lawyering skills under the direct supervision of a licensed and practicing attorney. For the spring 2014 semester, openings remain at the Office of the Jefferson County Attorney, the Louisville Metro Public Defender’s Office, the Legal Aid Society, and the Cabinet for Health and Family Services. Detailed information is available at the TWEN course titled “Externship INFORMATION.” You can also contact Professor Jordan at email@example.com.
There are still two openings in the 2014 spring Tax Externship program.
Externs work in the local office of the IRS under the direct supervision of IRS attorneys and Professor Blackburn. Your externship experience will include research and writing memos, opinion letters, motions and other documents to be filed with the U.S. Tax Court.
Externs attend meetings with taxpayers, with IRS audit agents, and with legal counsel and CPAs representing taxpayers. The U. S. Tax Court has a trial docket in Louisville during the spring semester; all externs will attend some of the trials and some externs may represent the government against pro se taxpayers.
If you are interested, please contact Professor Blackburn at firstname.lastname@example.org or 502-852-6384.
Professor Tom Fitzgerald would like students interested in Energy Law (LAW 841-12) in the Spring 2014 semester to be aware that there will be no final exam in this course, as previously posted on the Spring final exam schedule. Instead, students' grades will be determined based on written work product. However, the written work in this course will not satisfy the Upper Division Writing Requirement.
This externship is available to students who have completed 60 credit hours and requires certification under the Kentucky Bar student practice rule. If you are interested, please contact Professor Trucios-Haynes at email@example.com
Interested students should contact Professor Trucios-Haynes at firstname.lastname@example.org
Now that the Professional Responsibility class and MPRE are over this semester, please do not forget to return your study aids to the Academic Success Library. Also, donations of any study materials are always greatly appreciated!
The Robert and Sue Ellen Ackerson Law Clinic is a student run firm supervised by Professor Santry. Student attorneys are responsible for handling all aspects of the cases. This includes interviewing the client, prepping the client for the hearing, gathering evidence, participating in hearings as a student attorney, and closing the case. The Law Clinic gives students real court room experience with real clients.
To be eligible to participate in the clinic, students must have completed 60 hours. This is a requirement under Rules of the Supreme Court (SCR) 2.540 to receive a limited license to practice law. This 3- or 4-credit class meets the skills graduation requirement.
For more information about the Law Clinic visit: http://www.law.louisville.edu/lawclinic.
To apply, please email your:
1. unofficial transcript,
2. resume, and
3. a short statement of interest
to: Shelley.email@example.com by November 7, at 5:00 pm.
Attention students graduating in December 2013, May 2014, or August 2014:
On Tuesday, November 5, at 12:05 p.m., representatives from the Kentucky Office of Bar Admissions will present a mandatory bar program for graduating law students on candor and related bar issues you may face when applying to take a bar exam.
Your attendance at the November 5 program is a requirement for graduation. A pizza lunch will be provided, but please bring your own drink.
The Academic Success Office is hosting a Workshop Wednesday, November 6, at 11:50a - 12:50 in Room 275..
Lunch will be provided, but PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN DRINK!
We will have Q&A session with Professor Jamie Abrams focused on writing winning exam answers and correcting common mistakes. We will have a door prize drawings for THREE BRAND NEW STUDY AIDS donated and published by Wolters Kluwer.