Students and Faculty
Now posted is the University Of Louisville's Brandeis School of Law
This guide will assist you in identifying both foundational and advanced courses
for various subject matters. In addition, the guide showcases our outstanding faculty
members and the cutting edge work they are doing.
I hope you find the guide useful as you plan your law studies and future careers.
All students interested in applying for the Moot Court Board should submit their completed Waiver and Consent Form to the envelope located on the Moot Court Board door (near the Career Services offices) OR electronically to BrandeisMootCourtBoard@gmail.com. If you are submitting the form electronically, please submit a copy with a valid signature.
If you have any questions or are unable to submit the form using either method please contact Paige Hamby at PMHAMB01@louisville.edu. The Moot Court Board apologizes for any inconvenience this has caused.
All students planning on applying for membership on the University of Louisville Law Review must turn in their completed and signed grade release form by placing it in the manila envelope marked “Release Forms” located outside the Law Review office (Room 238). Do not submit your forms to Ms. Thompson directly. Please remember that all applicants, whether submitting their application physically or electronically, must submit a physical copy of the release form by the May 14 deadline.
Josh Harstell just received the word that he's been selected as a Boren Fellow. This selection is truly an honor. The Boren program is a highly selective academic program sponsored by the federal government. Under his Boren award, Josh will be able to study law in Korea, and then return to UofL to complete his degree.
Join me in congratulating Josh on this achievement!
The Brandeis School of Law Moot Court Board is now accepting applications for the 2012-2013 academic year.
MCB plans and manages external and internal moot court, mock trial, and professional skills competitions at the Brandeis School of Law. MCB members organize and administer the Pirtle-Washer Competition, First-Year BLS Oral Arguments, First-Year Oral Advocacy Competition, and any moot court competitions the Brandeis School of Law hosts during the year. In addition, each MCB member acts as a facilitator for a moot court team or competition. Each member is expected to fully participate in planning and carrying out all MCB events.
Any interested persons should submit their completed application, resume, and Waiver and Release form by May 9th at 9:00 p.m. Please see the attached application for more information. Note that the completed Waiver and Release should be submitted to the folder on the MCB door, or electronically.
For any further questions or information, please contact any of the Executive Board members: Paige Hamby, Courtney Pawley, Ashley Haile, Pete Lay, or Luke Markushewski.