- Tarasoff Duties after Newtown by Mark Rothstein
- Founding Worker Cooperatives: Social Movement Theory and the Law by Ariana Levinson
- Resilient Cities and Adaptive Law by Craig Anthony
- The Forgotten Right to Be Secure by Luke Milligan
More information about the RPS:
Students who are interested in participating in the ABA Law Student Division 2014-15 Negotiation Competition are invited to submit their expression of interest and availability to BOTH Professor Tony Arnold and Professor Mary Jo Gleason (the co-coaches of the teams) at email@example.com and MaryJoGleason@kycourts.net. It is very important that you send an email message to both Professors Arnold and Gleason. Your message should include: a) why you are interested in the Negotiation Competition Team; b) any experience you have had with negotiations (including any past or current classes or other experience); c) your time availability for practices in the evenings and on weekends during September, October, and early November; d) your cell phone number and your email addresses. You may attach a resume if you would like, but it's not necessary. The deadline for expressions of interest is Noon on Thursday, September 18.
We will take 2 teams to the regional, which will be either October 31 to November 2 (Friday to Sunday) or November 7 to November 10 (Friday to Monday). The dates and location for our region have not been set yet. Please note that the MPRE is November 7 and could possibly conflict with our competition; if you apply to be on the team, you are agreeing to be available then. The selected participants must be available to travel during either time period (we won't know which one until we know to which region we will be assigned), be available for practices (2-3 hours each) at least twice per week from September 22 to November 7, and be ABA Law Student Division members in good standing no later than October 1. If we receive more expression of interest than the 4 spots available on the teams, we will give preference to students with negotiation experience, as this competition develops and requires advanced negotiation skills. If you have questions about what participation in the competition is like, you might want to contact 3L Jeff Hellman, who competed last year. Thank you for your interest!
Get ready for the first Brandeis Brief Break of the year. In addition, we will be dedicating the newly restored courtyard at the same time!
Wednesday, September 24th, 12:15 pm - 2 pm in the Mosaic Lobby and Courtyard.
Comfy Cow Ice Cream will be provided! Stop by an enjoy the ice cream and courtyard.
Learn about UofL's award-winning ISL Program and YOUR opportunity to serve the global community.
The ISLP offers you a chance to serve abraod and see the world while still completing your courses on schedule. Visit the information fair to learn more: September 16, 11-1, Red Barn.
From University IT ...
Good news! IT has begun the process to restore the integrated address books in both Exchange and CardMail. Over the next week you will begin to see your Exchange and CardMail address books re-populate with names from both email systems. When complete the address books will contain the names of all users who have an active university email account, including faculty, staff, students and retirees. Notification will be sent when the process has completed.
Two noticeable changes from the previous integrated address books:
- For some individuals you will see two entries in the address books. This indicates that person has both an Exchange and CardMail account. When using the address book you should take care to select the appropriate entry.
- Lync sessions created between CardMail and Exchange accounts will now require use of the complete email address, for example, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. You will no longer be able to select entries from the address books.
We thank you for your patience while we addressed the various problems encountered with your email service.
Questions: Contact the HelpDesk at 852-7997 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
University of Louisville law and medicine professor Mark A. Rothstein has received a two- year $612,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to foster international collaboration on genetic research while maintaining human rights and privacy.
Rothstein is an expert on the legal and ethical issues raised by genetic research—including compiling large collections of biological specimens.
“International collaboration in genetic research is extremely valuable in advancing understanding and developing new therapies,” Rothstein said. “We need to make sure that essential privacy laws don't unnecessarily interfere with research."
Rothstein has a joint appointment at the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law and the School of Medicine. He holds the Herbert F. Boehl Chair of Law and Medicine and is the founding director of the university’s Institute for Bioethics, Health Policy and Law. He frequently writes and comments on issues of bioethics, genetics and health privacy.
Rothstein will conduct the research with co-investigator Bartha Maria Knoppers, a medicine professor and director of the Centre of Genomics and Policy at McGill University, Montreal, Canada. Legal experts from 26 countries will take part in the research effort.
Their findings and recommendations will take aim at removing legal impediments to international collaboration on health research and be published in the Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics in 2016.
December 2014 Graduates
Wednesday, September 17 is the last day to apply for your degree. You will need to go to ULink Student Services to apply for your degree. If you have any questions, please contact Barbara Thompson in Student Records.
The IRS will accept up to three tax externs for the 2015 spring semester. The application deadline for fall 2014 has passed, but it is not too early to apply for 2015 spring.
Externs work in the local office of the IRS under the direct supervision of IRS attorneys and Professor Blackburn. Externs do research and write memos, meet with IRS audit agents, with taxpayers and with taxpayer representatives such as legal counsel and CPAs. Externs sometimes take the lead in meetings with pro se taxpayers. Externs assist IRS trial attorneys with trial preparation and sometimes represent the IRS in U.S. Tax Court against pro se taxpayers.
To be eligible you must 1) be enrolled in school on at least a half-time basis, 2) be enrolled in at least the second semester of your second year, have successfully completed a course in Federal taxation, and Professor Blackburn must recommend you.
If you would like more information, please contact Professor Blackburn (email@example.com or 502-852-6384). The required security clearance can take four to six weeks, so it is not too early to begin the process.