Interviews for the Moot Court Board will be held this Friday, April 9. All students interested in becoming a part of the Moot Court Board must first complete an application and sign up for an interview.
Applications and the interview sign-up list are located on the door of the MCB office.
Prices for Basketball & Football Combo tickets will cost approximately $210 per student ($420 if providing a ticket for a guest). For Football only, tickets will cost approximately $72 per student ($144 if providing a ticket for a guest).
Also, please remember that no law students are allowed to attend the undergraduate ticket lottery. You will lose your tickets if you attend.
The 2008 Health Law Moot Court Competition will be held on November 7-8, 2008 at the Southern Illinois University School of Law in Carbondale, IL. Students interested in participating on our team must submit a cover letter and writing sample to Associate Dean Hall by April 18, 2008. Your writing sample can be your BLS brief or a brief or research paper prepared in another context. Writing samples may be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or in person to Dean Hall in Room 203 or Rita Siegwald in Room 204. Team members will earn academic credit for participation - all returning students are eligible for the team. If you have any questions, see Associate Dean Hall or email him at email@example.com. For information about last year's competition, see the health law moot court website.
Students should note that the weekend of this competition is the same as the scheduled Fall administration of the MPRE and Professional Responsibility final exams. I have brought this to the attention of the moot court organizers, but they are unable to change the dates of the competition. Students interested in this competition should plan their Fall courseload accordingly.
On April 2, sophomores from Louisville's Central High School visited the University of Louisville's Brandeis School of Law to learn more about the law school experience. Students toured the campus, talked with admissions counselors, and met with law students and law faculty. The students were able to sit in on Torts and Property Law classes and hear Oral Arguments from current law students.
Central High School Magnet Career Academy offers a law & government program, and students in this program have opportunities to visit courts, law offices and the Brandeis School of Law.
All materials needed for summer and fall 2008 registration are now available on the table outside the Registrar's office, room 206. You should obtain all necessary signatures and turn all forms in by Monday, April 7. See Dean Sealing if you have any questions.
Full instructions are available for download below.
The Law Review editorial body has reviewed a host of submissions for its upcoming edition. The final decisions have been made. Congratulations to the following people for being selected for publication in the Vol. 47 of the University of Louisville Law Review.
- Julia Riehm McGuffey, Best Note
- A. Nicholas Nasier, Honorable Mention
- Megan K. Reese, Honorable Mention
- Matt Lynch
- Christopher Thomas McDavid
- Stephen J. Mattingly
- Matthew Piekarski
- Caroline Lynch Pieroni
- Megan D. Randolph
- Megan L. Renwick
- Dustin Thacker
- Maya R. Warrier
- Jennifer Kristen Weinhold
- Andrew Young
The National Association of Women Lawyers is sponsoring a writing competition. The winner will receive $500 and be printed in the Women Lawyers Journal. The essay may not exceed 15 pages and must be on an issue concerning women's rights or the status of women in the law.
The deadline is April 30. Contact Dean Sealing for additional information.