Clinton and Conway are expected to arrive at about 6 p.m.
The Oval will be closed to incoming traffic at 3 p.m.
UofL faculty, staff and students who park on the Oval and in the Grawemeyer/Natural Science, Law School and Southern Police Institute lots need to move their cars from the area by 3:30 p.m. or must remain in place until after the event, which could be as late as 10 p.m.
Faculty and students with evening classes in buildings that face the Oval should enter through the back entrances.
Public parking will be available in the Engineering Graphics lot just south of Eastern Parkway on Third Street and across from Reynold's Lofts. Stadium parking also will be available, and people can take the campus shuttle to the Ekstrom Library bus stop.
No signs will be allowed at the event.
Look for updates to this information in UofL Today.
- "Ethics and Elder Law" by Bernard M. Faller, '01 (p. 1)
- "From the President's Desk: Freedom Sings" by Laurel S. Doheny, '92 (p. 3)
- "Notes from the Wasteland: All I Really Need to Know About Law, I Learned from ABC's Prime-time Schedule" by Jim Chen (p. 6)
- "Avoiding the Weary Time: Expediting Claims with the Use of On the Record Requests" by Gregory T. Schmidt, '03, and Jaime L. Patterson, '08 (p. 11)
The law library will be closed Monday, September 6 for Labor Day. It will reopen Tuesday at 8 AM.
Here are some highlights from the August 2010 issue of the Louisville Bar Association's Bar Briefs publication.
- "Is Legal Education About to Change?" by Susan Hanley Duncan (p. 1)
- "From the President's Desk: All in the Family" by Laurel S. Doheny, '92 (p. 3)
- "The Writ (and Wrong) of Habeas Corpus" by Rebecca J. O'Neill, '09 (p. 10)
- "I Finished the Bar Exam - Now What? Five Tips for New Laywers" by A. Nicholas Naier, '09 (p. 24)
- "Law Schools in the Bluegrass: University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law" (p. 18-19)
- "10th Annual Summer Law Institute" (p. 26)
University of Louisville students produced their first yearbook, The Colonel, in 1909. The Colonel apparently ceased publication after the 1912 edition, leaving a gap in the documentation of student life until 1922, when its successor, The Kentucky Cardinal, began monthly publication during the school year, with the June edition serving as a de facto yearbook. By 1924, the school year-end annual edition of The Kentucky Cardinal had been renamed The Thoroughbred, a title which lasted until 1972, despite a somewhat sporadic publishing record (no issues were produced in 1932, 1934-1938, 1943, 1945-1946, and 1970-1971).
During and after World War II two small publications were created to fill the gap while The Thoroughbred was on hiatus: The Key (1943) and The Class Cards (1946). The Thoroughbred Magazine briefly replaced the yearbook from 1969-1971, with multiple issues (four the first year and three thereafter) including poetry in addition to photographs. The Thoroughbred yearbook reappeared in 1972 for one last time, then, after another year without a yearbook (1973), it was replaced by The Déjà Vu (1974-1976). After another gap (1977-1978), the last major attempt at a UofL yearbook, Minerva, was produced from 1979-1980 and again in 1982 (there is no 1981 yearbook).
This digital collection contains full-text searchable digital versions of University of Louisville yearbooks. The yearbooks are being scanned in chronological order, and the digital collection will be updated in phases as groups of scans are completed and cataloged. Magazines (such as The Kentucky Cardinal monthly publications and The Thoroughbred quarterly publications) and yearbooks for individual schools (such as the School of Dentistry’s Plugger and the School of Law’s Jeffersonian) are not intended for inclusion at this time.
The collection includes several images of the law school building and photographs from the aforementioned yearbooks and publications. The best means for locating these items is to visit the collection's homepage and enter "law" in the search box labeled "Search the Yearbooks", then click Go.
Kentucky's Transportation Cabinet will embark upon a three-phase construction project to some of the main thoroughfares on the eastern and southern borders of Belknap Campus. Construction will begin in late August and is expected to be completed by the end of December. Enhancements to the area will include bike lanes, structurally enhanced bridges, increased safety, better signage, and a landscaped median.
The law school will be most impacted by Phase II that involves a major redesign of the portion of Eastern Parkway nearest Third Street. During that period, access along Eastern Parkway will be restricted. Visitors are encouraged to approach from either Third Street (west) or Cardinal Boulevard (north). Some of the spaces in the red, green, and blue parking lots will be temporarily relocated. TARC bus #29 will be rerouted at Crittenden Drive. The Black Loop will not be impacted.
Update, 6/21: Eastern Parkway between Third Street and the entrance to the Speed School of Engineering parking lot will be blocked off Tuesday morning, June 22, from about 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. for the dedication and opening of the renovated Eastern Parkway bridge. The lot is accessible via Brook and Warnock streets during the ceremony. Gov. Steve Beshear, U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth, Metro Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson and other state and local officials will join UofL President James Ramsey for the ribbon-cutting ceremony. UofL Provost Shirley Willihnganz and student Preston Bates also will represent the university at the event. Eastern Parkway will be opened for traffic immediately following the ceremony. Old Eastern Parkway, which runs under the bridge, will remain closed until about July 1.
- Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Road Work Fact Sheet
- State Road Work Updates, Aug. 17-Dec. 31 (UofL updates)
- Local access closed lanes shifted on Eastern Parkway (UofL, November 12)
- TARC announces route changes (Courier-Journal, August 18)
- Road work near UofL to begin (Courier-Journal, August 17)
- Road work to start Aug. 17 (UofL, August 10)
- Rider Alerts: Rt. #29 Eastern Parkway Detour Throughout 2009 (TARC, August 6)
- State road projects to affect Belknap Campus fall semester (UofL, July 29)
- Stretch of Eastern Parkway Going On 'Road Diet' (Broken Sidewalk, July 27)
Here are some highlights from the June 2010 issue of the Louisville Bar Association's Bar Briefs publication.
- "Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Due Process" by Rebecca J. O'Neill, '09
- "A Father's Tale" by Laurel S. Doheny, '92, LBA President
- "Present Tense" by Jim Chen
- "New Wyatt Fellow Named to Help at Legal Aid" featuring Tracey Leo Darbro, '09
A copy is available in the library's reserves.
On May 15, women writers and readers from around Kentucky will gather at the University of Louisville's Ekstrom Library for the Kentucky Women's Book Festival to talk books, poems, short stories and other types of writing.
The festival, now in its fourth year, is a unique opportunity for writers and readers to meet face to face and talk about their craft. Speakers at this year's festival include Affrilachian author Crystal Wilkinson and Sarah Gorham, president of Sarabande Books. Sessions are free to attend, but lunch is $16 and requires advance reservations. Register by calling 502-852-8976.
UofL Today caught up with Women’s Center director Mary Karen Powers, one of the event’s organizers, to talk about the festival.
Read the full story: "20 Minutes about the Kentucky Women's Book Festival" by Brandy Warren (UofL Today, April 21, 2010)