The Academic Success Resource Library (the "ASRL") is located in the Office of Academic Success, Room 112, and is a library of supplemental study materials that students may check out for the duration of the semester. There are still resources available for every course. Feel free to stop by and check out a study aid to assist you with final exam review.
For those of you who have checked out study materials, please do not forget to return them to the ASRL after your exams. Also, donations of any study materials are always greatly appreciated!
In spite of training during the 1L year, regular announcements, information on our Web site, and policy, instructing students to always identify themselves on Exam4 practice tests using one's ULink user name (e.g., lhoswa01), some students continue to use their UofL Student ID Number, instead.
In the over ten years that the Brandeis School of Law has permitted students to take exams on computer, we have never required, asked or wanted students to identify themselves on any practice or real exam using student ID numbers. We never have, and we never will, so I am completely puzzled about how any student ever understood that he/she should use his/her student ID number on any electronic exam, practice or real.
Last spring, with the introduction of the app on the School of Law's Web site, which automatically sends an e-mail confirming receipt of one's valid Exam4 practice test, it became even more imperative that students submit practice tests using their ULink user names, and only their ULink user names.
- Dean Becker
Students - before finals begin, please remember to check your mailbox and recycle anything that you do not want to keep. Award certificates for students unable to attend the Awards Ceremony have been place in student mailboxes. So, please remember to mosey down to the basement to pick up your mail.
If you are planning to take a make-up exam this spring semester, please submit your make-up exam request form by 4:00 p.m., Monday, April 21.
If you experience or have experienced any problem with Exam4 while taking or submitting a practice test, please report it on our new Error Reporting Form (login required). The information you provide is extremely helpful for identifying software bugs or incompatibilities between Exam4 or some of its features and particular operating systems
The Class of 2014 performed 6979.5 hours of public service hours. Twenty-seven graduates performed 50 or more hours of public service. Seventeen of those graduates performed 100 or more hours each of public service and two of those students performed more than 300 hours each. Congratulations to Michael Atkinson who was the recipient of the Samuel L. Greenebaum Public Service Award for performing 365 hours of public service at five different public service placements.