Academic Support and Career Services are collaborating this week to bring you two workshops on the bar application process. Tuesday, January 6 from 11:45-12:45 in Room 275, Bonnie Kittinger from the Ky. Bar Examiners will be here to explain character and fitness issues and answer questions. Free pizza will be served.
On Thursday, January 8, from 12:05-1:00 p.m. and from 5-6 p.m. in Room 175, Christie Floyd will go over the Ky. bar application in detail. Please take advantage of these workshops as the deadline for the July bar is fast approaching.
The Law School administrative offices will be closed during the University's official holidays. This includes the following times:
Thanksgiving: from noon on Wednesday, November 26 through Thanksgiving weekend
Winter Break: from December 24 until Monday, January 5, 2009.
Please note that the Law School offices DO NOT re-open before the start of Spring 2009 classes, which also begin January 5, 2009. Therefore, students or faculty needing services or information from the Office of Student Records, the IT staff, the Faculty Resource Center, the Assistant or Associate Deans' offices or other law school administrative offices should be sure to contact those offices well in advance of the holiday, as the first few days of the semester will undoubtedly be very busy. Thank you for your cooperation and patience.
We will have two events right after the winter break for those students taking the bar exam in 2009. The first will be Tuesday, January 6 from 11:45-12:45 in Room 275 (available through Tegrity for those unable to attend in the daytime). This session will feature Bonnie Kittinger from the Kentucky Board of Bar Examiners. She will discuss character and fitness issues, as well as what to expect during the bar exam itself.
I will present the second session on the ins and outs of the bar application process. This session will take place on Thursday, January 8 from 12:05-1:05 in Room 175. It will be repeated again from 5-6 p.m. that same day, also in Room 175.
If anyone has particular concerns they would like Ms. Kittinger to address, please email me at email@example.com and I will let her know ahead of time so she can be sure to include those issues.
Join me on Tuesday, November 18 from 5-6 p.m. in Room 060 for some tips on taking True-False and Multiple Choice exams. Hope to see you there!
Summer 2009 schedule is attached.
The American Constitution Society proudly announces its fifth annual National Student Writing Competition. This annual event for law students is an opportunity to recognize legal scholarship that enhances the understanding and reputation of progressive legal theories.
Any full-time or part-time law student currently enrolled in a J.D. program at a US law school is eligible to participate.
The author of the top submission will receive $3000 and be eligible for publication in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law.
The authors of the two runner-up submissions will each receive $1000.
The submission deadline is Friday, February 20, 2009.
Please see the attached flyer for details.