Are you interested in starting a chapter of the Law School Democrats of America, the official law student arm of the Democratic National Committee (DNC)? Currently, there are over 90 chapters at ABA-accredited law schools throughout the nation. Having an active Democratic law student presence on your campus is critical so your student body can be informed about the events and programs that the Law School Democrats of America are working on. A few of those events and programs including:
- attending the annual Law Democrat Convention;
- assisting the DNC on certain election research law projects for the Obama re-election campaign;
- organizing voter protection efforts with the Obama campaign team for the upcoming re-election in November 2012;
- invitations to closed networking events and campaign meetings with top Democratic attorneys and DNC staffers;
- participating in our mentoring program with the Obama Lawyers Committee, which pairs a Democratic law student with a prominent Democratic attorney in the law student's desired practice area; and
- invitations to the DNC Nominating Convention in Charlotte.
The 6th Circuit Chair of the Law School Democrats of America can also help in providing nationally known speakers for student events at the Law School. If any students are interested in forming a chapter, please contact Jessica Doogan, the 2011-2012 6th Circuit Chair. Ms. Doogan can provide a start-up kit and on-going support that will give the Democratic student leaders all the resources they need in getting the chapter off the ground. Ms. Doogan’s contact information is 614-477-9979 <tel:614-477-9979> or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to the many of you who have RSVPed concerning the Honors Reception. For those who have not yet responded, please let Becky Wenning (email@example.com) know whether you are coming (and the name of any quests) at your earliest convenience ... but no later than this Wednesday, March 21st. We need to know who is attending for a number of reasons. One of the more important reasons is that in order to save time, we do not read the names of those who are not in attendance.
If you do not RSVP by the 21st, we'll assume you are not coming ... and your name will not be read aloud at the program.
Thanks in advance!
On Monday, March 19 at 10:00 a.m., bidding began on three certificates to be used towards three individual Kaplan Bar Review courses. Certificates available for bids are as follows:
* A Kaplan MBE Final Review Course (Valued at $499 Until April 1)
*A Kaplan MBE Combination Course (Valued at $999 Until April 1)
*A Kaplan Complete Bar Review Certificate (Valued at $1500 Until April 1)
Bid sheets will be outside of the Office of Professional Development Offices in the Student Lobby area. Bidding will run until 12:00 noon on Thursday, March 22. The winning bidders of each certificate will be announced at 12:30 p.m. on March 22 in the Student Lobby area. Credit cards and checks will be accepted and payment is due by March 29, 2012. Proceeds of the silent auction will go to assist students who will be doing internships at governmental or non-profit agencies during the summer of 2012.
Place your bids TODAY! Good luck!!
The Second Annual Kentucky Environmental Law CLE Seminar will be held on Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History in Frankfort.
Registration is FREE for law students this year.
A reception sponsored by the Environment, Energy & Resources Law Section will follow the seminar at the Kentucky Coffeetree Café. The Café is located a short walk from the History Center at 235 West Broadway in downtown Frankfort.
The seminar and reception are a great opportunity for students interested in environmental and natural resources law to learn about important issues and meet practicing attorneys. You may review the seminar agenda and registration form, and if you would like to attend please mark the appropriate box on the registration form.
The brochure is also available, here.
Grossman & Moore, a personal injury law firm, is seeking a second-year student to work 12-15 hours a week during the Spring semester. Student should be in the top 1/3 of their class. There is the potential for a student to work full-time over the summer.
If interested in applying, send cover letter, resume and writing sample to Ms. Donna Voyles, Grossman & Moore, PLLC, One Riverfront Plaza, 401 W. Main Street, Ste. 1810, Louisville, KY 40202 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you interested in participating in an arbitration competition? The American Bar Association Law Student Division hosts one. The regionals will be held in November. The finals will be held January. More information is available at http://www.abanet.org/lsd/competitions/arbitration/home.html.
If you are interested in competing on the four member team, please fill out the attached form and submit it, a statement of interest (no more than one page, double-spaced, Times New Roman 12, 1” margins) and a copy of your résumé to Professor Levinson (email@example.com). You may also leave these materials in the marked folder on the Moot Court Board Office door. Please also sign up for an interview time on the sign-up sheet on the Moot Court Board Office door. Be sure to submit your materials and sign up for an interview by Friday, March 23. During your interview, you will be asked to give a closing statement (no longer than 10 minutes) on behalf of the Port Adair Sports Authority from the case file of last year’s competition, which is also attached to this announcement.
If you have any questions, please email Brad Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org