On March 3, 2008, Professor Luke Milligan was a panelist at a symposium hosted by the University of Texas School of Law. The subject of the conference was "The Roberts Court and the Future of the Fourth Amendment."
On March 11, Professor James T.R. Jones spoke on "Severe Mental Illness in the Academy: A Law Professor's Story" at the Gould School of Law of the University of Southern California. In mid March, Professor Jones’ paper entitled, "Severe Mental Illness in the Academy: A Secret Revealed" was listed on SSRN's Top Ten download list for HEN Subject Matter Journals and Health Economics Network (Forthcoming).
On March 17, 2008, Professor Susan Hanley Duncan spoke at the Ohio Northern University Law Review Symposium, “Press, Publicity, and the Law: The Media in High Profile Trials.” Professor Duncan’s presentation was entitled “Selective Use of Sub Judice: Do We Need It in the United States?” On February 29, 2008, Professor Duncan spoke at the second regional junior faculty works-in-progress workshop at Washington University School of Law. Her topic was media in high profile trials. In addition, Professor Duncan was named to Miami University’s A&S Pre-Law Program Advisory Board.
Professor Craig Anthony (Tony) Arnold has broken into SSRN's top 500 law authors for recent downloads (#497), based on data as of March 9, 2008. To date, Professor Arnold's articles have been downloaded 549 times.
Other faculty in SSRN's top 500 legal authors include:
Copies of the Fall 2008 course schedule are available for download from this page in PDF format. Please report any errors or other issues to the Office of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. Due to University rules governing registration times, we anticipate that pre-registration for Summer and Fall 2008 courses will begin on or about April 10. More detailed registration information will be forthcoming soon. A draft Spring 2009 course schedule will be made available to students in advance of registration for Fall courses for planning purposes.
The Student Bar Foundation's Silent Auction will be held at the Louisville Bar Association on March 6, 2008. The organization has gathered numerous great items to auction off that night, including gift certificates to fine restaurants and to galleries around town.
The Student Bar Foundation is the charitable giving arm of the Student Bar Association. Its mission is to raise and distribute funds for student fellowships for law-related public service work with a focus on: delivery of legal services to the poor and indigent; Law-related public education; and/or improvement of the judiciary, the legal profession, and citizen access to the justice system.
The organization provides public service grants to students seeking to serve the community.
Join us at the auction to bid on fabulous items and to support the SBF's mission.
To review the current list of auction items, please visit the SBF's auction page.
Andy Long gave a presentation at William & Mary School of Law on February 2 as a participant in the William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review's symposium. He spoke on the relevance of international environmental law for U.S. domestic climate change litigation.
Dean Jim Chen's paper entitled, "Mastering Eliot's Paradox: Fostering Cultural Memory in an Age of Illusion and Allusion" was listed on SSRN's Top Ten download list for American Literature.
Ariana Levinson served as a brief judge for American Constitution Society for Law and Policy and has been asked to serve on the judging panel again in 2009.
Jim Jones' paper entitled, "Severe Mental Illness in the Academy: A Secret Revealed" was listed on SSRN's Top Ten download list for Health Economics Evaluation Methods in February 2008.
Congratulations to the Immigration Law Moot Court Team: Claire Parsons and Brent Assef. The team won the Best Brief Award and were Finalists in the competition, after competition rounds on Friday, Saturday and Sunday this past weekend.The Third Annual Immigration Law Moot Court Competition took place on February 21-24, 2008. Thirteen teams from around the country were a part of the competition in New York City.
Classes are canceled and offices are closed for February 21 beginning at 10 a.m. due to an approaching ice storm. See www.louisville.edu for details.
Congratulations to Ashley Duncan and Brittany Drucker who received Best Brief for Appellant at the 2008 National Animal Advocacy Competitions, held at Harvard on February 15-17, 2008. Duncan and Drucker's brief made a facial challenge to the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act and an as-applied challenge, arguing that defendant's actions were protected by the first amendment and not within the scope of the Act.
Professor Jennifer Hall acted as the team's advisor.
For more information about the competition, please visit the National Center for Animal Law's website.
To read the winning brief, please click here.
The purpose of the Brandeis Writing Award is to promote Justice Brandeis' use of inter-disciplinary materials by recognizing high quality interdisciplinary writing among students at the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law.
The $100 award will be announced at the Senior Awards program, Friday, May 9, and be awarded to the senior who has produced the best interdisciplinary writing. This includes, but is not limited to, papers, law review articles (including notes and comments), briefs, and papers written specifically for this competition. No more than one prize shall be given each year. If it is necessary to give more than one award, because of collaboration or a tie, the prize shall be divided equally between or among the winners. If no work is worthy of the award, then no award shall be given.
Nomination is permitted by students, faculty, and others.
The deadline for submission of work is Tuesday, March 18. Please submit it to Rita Siegwald in Room 204.
Classes and offices at the University of Louisville are on a delayed schedule starting at 10 a.m. today, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2008.
For the School of Law, the following schedule will be in effect:
9:00 classes begin at 10 and end at 10:40
10:25 classes begin at 10:50 and end at the usual time
Afternoon classes remain the same. If evening classes are canceled, this pertains only to classes that meet at 5 p.m. or later.