The responsibility of student lockers has been moved from the Resource Center to the Business Office. Please see Maggie Bratcher, Room 208, if you need assistance with your locker or lock.
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The three mandatory meetings with first-year students and the Office of Professional Development are not intended to cram more into an already busy schedule. The goal of the PD Office is to provide you with the tools and resources for a successful career path. Each meeting will be informative and equip you with useful knowledge in the career search process.
Please mark the following dates on your calendar:
Tuesday, October 9th – Noon in 275
Tuesday, October 30th – Noon in 275
Friday, November 2nd – 11:40 a.m. in 275
The SBA would like to congratulate Davis Hunter for being selected as Student of the Month for September. Davis was nominated by his peers and selected by the Student Bar Association to be recognized for his contributions as a proactive member of the Law School. Davis is also a member of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society and a BARBRI Representative for the law school.
If you would like to nominate a student for Student of the
Month, you may submit a nomination at
Congratulations again to Davis!
If you are interested in being a member of the Student Bar Foundation, please attend the meeting this Wednesday, October 3 at 12:00pm in room LL80. Membership is open to 1Ls! Lunch will be provided. If you are interested but cannot attend, please email Kaitlyn Jones at email@example.com. We hope to see you there!
The Student Bar Foundation is a charitable student-run organization that helps raise funds for student fellowships in law-related public service work. Each spring, we host a charity auction which raises money through a silent and live auction for our annual fellowships. There are benefits to being an at-large member! While SBF fellowships are open to all Brandeis students, priority is given to at-large members of the Student Bar Foundation. Past fellowships allowed students to work at the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the National Center for the Prosecution of Child Abuse, the Department of Public Advocacy, Legal Aid, KY Refugee Ministries, the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office, the Kentucky Supreme Court, the Department of Justice, the National Juvenile Justice Network, the Center for Women and Families, and international service-learning programs in Rwanda and Belize.
The Law School has a student exchange partnership with EBS Law School in Wiesbaden, Germany. EBS offers an intensive summer program from June 3 to June 28. The four-week summer program focuses on European Business Law. After completing an intensive one-week course on the Law of the European Union, students can choose from six different electives dealing with more detailed questions of EU Business Law.
Each elective equals 700 minutes of teaching and comprises a matching site visit (e.g. the European Central Bank, the European Court of Justice, etc.) and a final examination on the last day of the programme. Students without any prior knowledge of EU Law can delve into the topic during a relatively short period, whereas students having studied some basics of European Law can deepen their expertise in the specific electives.
The language of instruction is English, but EBS offers a free German language crash course during the first week. You can learn more at www.ebs.edu/lawsummer. A flyer describing last year's summer program is available here. Questions? See Dean Ballard in Room 216.
Banner & Witcoff is offering the Donald W. Banner Diversity Scholarship for law students. This scholarship is part of Banner & Witcoff's commitment to fostering the development of intellectual property lawyers from diverse backgrounds.
Scholarship recipients will be selected by the Donald W. Banner Diversity Scholarship review board based on the following criteria:
- Academic merit (undergraduate, graduate, and law school)
- Commitment to the pursuit of a career in IP law
- Member of a historically under represented group in IP law (including race, sex, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and disability)
- Written communication skills
- Oral communication skills determined through an interview of the law student
- Leadership qualities and community involvement
Recipients will receive $5,000 payable for the Fall semester of their second or third year of law school. Applications will be accepted through January 7, 2013. Applications are available from Dean Ballard in Room 216.
The Richard Linn American Inn of Court is proud to offer the Mark T. Banner Scholarship for law students. This scholarship is part of the Linn Inn's commitment to fostering the development of intellectual property lawyers of high ethics, civility and professionalism, especially those from diverse backgrounds.
Law students who have entered into a JD program at an ABA-accredited law school and who will continue in that program through the fall 2013 semester are eligible to apply.
The recipient of the scholarship will receive $5,000 payable for the Fall semester of his or her second or third year of law school.
Applications will be accepted through November 16, 2012. Applicants must submit the following documents for consideration:
- Completed application
- Academic Transcripts
- Three-page statement describing (a) how ethics, civility and professionalism have been a focus of the candidate; (b) how diversity has impacted the candidate; and (c) the candidate's commitment to the pursuit of a career in IP law.
- Contact information for three references.
Applications are available from Dean Ballard in Room 216.
The Legal Research (LR) exam is Friday, October 5. If you plan to take your LR exam using Exam4, you must successfully complete your practice submission, using your user name (e.g., kkball01), by the LR Exam4 deadline.
The Legal Research exam make-up request form is available here. Even if your professor or the Assistant Dean for Student Life has approved a make-up LR exam, you must submit the attached form to Student Records by 4:00 p.m. on October 3, for final written approval.
The Law School's exam policies are posted on the School of Law website at http://www.law.louisville.edu/academics/exams. Each student is responsible for reviewing these policies before taking a law school exam.