- 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
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The Law Library's Fall semester schedule begins Monday, August 18. The library will generally be open from 8 AM to 11 PM Monday's thru Thursday's, 8 AM to 6 PM on Friday's, 9 AM to 6 PM on Saturday's and 1 PM to 11 PM on Sunday's.
Please note that in addition Labor Day (September 1), the Law Library is closed on Sunday, August 24, due to traffic issues caused by the annual Iron Man triathalon.
Two self-service scanners are now available in the Law Library's Reading Room. Each provides an affordable alternative to the photocopiers.
If you have a mobile device, CamScanner is a useful app for scanning and managing documents as well as the library's scanner.
Next up is rising "Fightin' 3L" Bailey Schrupp. She's the President of the Environmental Law & Land Use Society and Notes Editor of the Journal of Animal and Environmental Law . In addition to working in the law library, Bailey's got a busy summer ahead serving as the Donan Energy Law Fellow and volunteering as a Coordinator for the Jefferson County Teen Court Program.
What’s your hometown?
Where did you complete your undergraduate degree and what was your major?
Campbellsville University, Political Science major and History minor
What led you to law school and what do you plan to do with your law degree?
I either want to go on to get my masters of Library Science and become a law librarian or I want to get my LLM in Environmental Law and then work for the State or Federal Goverment doing environmental work.
What do you enjoy about working in the law library?
The books! I am history nerd so any time I get to shelve older treatises downstairs I end up reading them.
What’s your favorite book?
It would be impossible to pick one, but my favorites are The Harry Potter series, The Great Gatsby, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and Angels & Demons by Dan Brown. I also liked , "I am Malala" by Malala Yousafzai.
Do you have a favorite quote?
"Why, sometimes I've believed six impossible things before breakfast". ~Alice in Wonderland
If you could have dinner with anyone dead or alive, who would that be?
If we are talking historical figures I would say JFK or Jackie Kennedy. If not then it would have to be Reese Witherspoon or Emma Watson.
Do you have any pets?
I have a toy poodle named Choco and two cats, Kelsey and Leonardo Da Vinci (we call him Leo though).
Here's a review of recent law school related news from the Louisville and Kentucky Bar Associations.
In the June 2014 issue of the Louisville Bar Association's Bar Briefs, Dean Susan Duncan reports on how the "Law School's Strategic Plan Benefits from Legal Community Input" and outlines its mission on page 6.
Highlights from the LBA's May 2014 Bar Briefs include:
- "Professor Ed Render's Legacy Lives on at the UofL School of Law" by Dean Duncan and Professor Jones (page 6)
- "Labor & Employment Moot Court Team Enjoys Unprecedented Success" (page 6)
- "OSHA & Workers' Compensation: Beware Conflating the Two" co-authored by Leah Rupp Smith, '13 (page 18)
More highlights from the LBA's April 2014 Bar Briefs include:
- Dean Duncan's "Spotlight on UofL School of Law's Environmental Law Education" (page 6)
- "Getting to the Know the Professor: Q&A with Professor Tom "Fitz" FitzGerald" (page 6)
- Props for the law school's adjunct professors (page 6)
- "No Money, Mo' Problems: Researching Federal and State Budgets"
Highlights from the Kentucky Bar Association's May 2014 Bench & Bar include:
- "UofL Alumni Serve as Role Models for Future Lawyers in 'Kentucky's' Global Economy" (page 20)
- "Transactional Lawmeet Team Wins the Regional Competition" (page 20)
- "On the Move" (page 70)
In the March 2014 issue of the KBA's Bench & Bar, Dean Duncan writes about "The Importance of Municipal Law Society" and touts the faculty's service and leadership in several local civic organizations (page 22). Assistant Professor of Justice Administration, Michael Losavio, reviews "A Basics Handbook on Adobe Acrobat: Adobe Acrobat in One Hour for Lawyers" on page 25. The bi-monthly "On the Move" column beginning on page 54 features news about many of our law school's graduates. Lastly, Ed Render is remembered on page 64.
Both publications are available in the law library.
The latest issue of our SSRN Research Paper series features articles covering timely issues in healthcare, human rights, family law and legal education.
- Intestate Inheritance and Stepparent Adoption: A Reappraisal by Jim Jones
- Creating a More Dangerous Branch: How the United Kingdom's Human Rights Act Has Empowered the Judiciary and Changed the Way the British Government Creates Law by JoAnne Sweeny
- Disability Discrimination Law: The Impact on Legal Education and the Legal Profession by Laura Rothstein
- The Latest Challenge to Health Privacy: Health Care Consolidation by Mark Rothstein
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On May 19, faculty members were recognized for their service to the University of Louisville with an awards ceremony at the University Club. Public Services Librarian, Robin Harris, was honored for 30 years of service and Law Library Director, David Ensign, was honored for 25 years of service.
Full Story: "Faculty Service Awards add up to more than 1,700 years of service" (UofL Today, May 27, 2014)
In other news, Library Assistant, Marcus Walker, recently received a Masters in Library Science from the University of Kentucky and Circulation Assistant, Jerome Neukirch, was named the law school's Employee of the Month for April 2014.
The latest issue of our SSRN Research Paper series features publications from Professors Campbell, Lebron, Sweeny and Weaver.
- Sexting and Freedom of Expression: A Comparative Approach by JoAnne Sweeny
- For Better and For Better: The Case for Abolishing Civil Marriage by Anibal Rosario Lebron
- Democracy v. Concentrated Wealth: In Search of a Louis D. Brandeis Quote by Peter Scott Campbell
- Administrative Searches, Technology and Personal Privacy by Russell L. Weaver
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