Dear Law School Graduates,
You may have read about the OPD's plans for the summer. Please know that we have not forgotten about YOU! For the first six weeks of the summer, Dean Urbach be out in the community working on leads, which will be posted or sent directly to you. She will be available to meet wtih you on Mondays. Professor Pettinato will be available to meet with you Tuesdays - Fridays during that time. Ms. Reh and Ms. Scinta will also be in the office to assist you. We believe this plan will allow us to serve you better and look forward to working with you. ~ Office of Professional Development Staff
SIPJF is an opportunity for rising 2L and 3L students and recent graduates to meet with corporations, law firms or government agencies that practice any aspect of intellectual property law in the fields of technology, science, business, media, arts, entertainment and sports.
The job fair will take place in Atlanta, GA on Tuesday, July 31st. If you are interested in attending, please complete the Student - Graduate Participation Form along with a $30 registration fee (unless you are paying online) and return to the Office of Professional Development by Wednesday, May 16th.
SBA Graduation Party
Where: Flanagan's, 934 Baxter Ave
When: Wednesday, May 9 2012
Time: 8 p.m. - Midnight
Come celebrate our graduating 3L class and the end of the school year! Hors d'oeuvres, wine, and beer are provided. Non-student guests are welcome. Please bring your student ID. We hope to see you there!
All information pertaining to Graduation Day events is now on the Law School website: http://www.law.louisville.edu/current-students. And many congratuations!!
New information about University of Louisville's Commencement and Brandeis School of Law's Convcation have been added to the Current Students page, including information about Commencement practice on Friday night, May 11 and a line-up list for Convocation on Saturday, May 12.
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.