The Business School will be offering a graduate-level Business Plan Development course this Summer, and invites graduate students from across the campus to enroll. Enrollment in this course would be subject to the approval of the Assistant Dean for Student Life and the rules in the Student Handbook governing enrollment in and credit for graduate-level courses outside the law school. Information about the course provided by the College of Business is below; for further information about the course or about tuition or other matters related to the course, please contact the College of Business.
ENTR 600-01 IMBA (Entrepreneurship MBA) 3.0 credit hours--OPEN TO Graduate level students from any discipline within U of L.
Summer 2013 –May 14-July 2 --Tuesday evenings 5:30 –College of Business Classroom 216
Course Objectives: The primary aim of this course is to build all aspects of a business plan. The course specifically
focuses on business model development, strategic positioning, funding sources as well as working entrepreneurially within an organization (profit or non-profit). Contact Suzanne Bergmeister (email@example.com 852-0127) for more information.
A new externship opportunity exists for Summer & Fall with the Office of the Mayor.
Student externs can earn two credit hours working with the Mayor’s Office or for agencies performing work for Metro Government, such as the Louisville Metro Human Relations Commission, Louisville Metro Animal Services, etc. The externship will provide opportunities to develop legal research, analysis, and writing skills, as well as communication and organization skills. Special projects will be developed involving a variety of areas of substantive and/or procedural legal issues, and/or analyzing and designing ways to improve articular programs or procedures. Externs will be supervised by an attorney within the Office of the Mayor. Will require 16 hours of work per week during the 7 week summer term; and 8 hours per week during the fall semester.
Prerequisites: 40 hours, including first year curriculum. Contact Professor Jordan for more information.
Tonight's winter weather advisory means that it's time to remind everyone again of the law school's class cancellation policy. The law school follows the University's decisions to close or delay classes for any reason, including weather. Details of the school closing policy are below. Please keep these in mind, even if the temperature goes back up to 60 degrees in two days.
Tthe University will provide official school closing information in the following ways: A notice at the top of the University home page (www.louisville.edu); e-mails sent to all students and employees on their official university e-mail accounts; a recorded message at 852-5555. Student may also sign up for text-based alerts at http://www.louisville.edu/alert
1. If the University cancels classes for the entire day, all School of Law classes are cancelled.
2. If the University delays the start of classes, the following rules apply:
a. All classes scheduled to end at or before 10:25 a.m. are cancelled,
b. All classes scheduled to begin after 10:25 a.m. will meet at their normal time, and
c. All classes scheduled to begin before 10:25 a.m. and end after 10:25 a.m. will begin at the later of (i) 10:00 a.m. or (ii) the regularly scheduled start time.
3. If the university cancels evening classes, all School of Law classes beginning at or after 4:15 p.m. are cancelled.
4. Notwithstanding the prior rules, if any delay or cancellation affects only the Belknap campus, Law Clinic and Law Clinic II will meet as scheduled, unless the Clinic Director indicates otherwise.
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP
Law Student Involvement Interest Session
Thursday, February 21, 2013
12:15 – 1:30 p.m.
Learn how YOU can be involved through Street Law (for public service credit) or Marshall-Brennan Civil Liberties (for academic credit) and other activities in teaching at Central High School Law and Government Magnet. Current law students involved in the programs and students from Central will share their experiences in these programs, which began in 2007-2008.
Co-sponsored by the: Central High School Partnership, Diversity Committee, Black Law Students Association, and Samuel L. Greenebaum Public Service Program
In attendance were the Hokkaido University Faculty of Law, certain graduate students and invited guests from universities and industry in Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. Professor Cross spent three days in Sapporo where, in addition to the lecture, he met with several graduate students concerning their Ph.D. theses.
Schedules for the Summer and Fall 2013 semesters have been posted to the law school website under Academics: Resources: Class Schedules. Copies have also been posted in the display case outside the Student Records office. Please check frequently for updates, as courses will be added to the schedule as additional adjunct instructors are hired; and other changes may need to be made in advance of graduation. The most recent draft schedule will always be the one posted to the Academics webpage, and the current date of the schedule will be printed at the top of each page.
A Fall 2013 exam schedule, and a preliminary schedule for the Spring 2014 term, will be forthcoming soon, so that you can review these in advance of registering for Summer and Fall 2013 courses in April.
Questions about the schedules may be addressed to Associate Dean Tim Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sonia Sotomayer will be speaking from the 92 Street Y in NYC on Tuesday Feb 5, 2013. The program begins at 8:00 P.M.
This a live program and will be carried in Louisville, and is open to all at no charge.
Congregation Adath Jeshurun
2401 Woodbourne Ave.
Louisville, KY 40205