If you are interested in a non-legal, volunteer internship with the U.S. SEC Division of Risk, Strategy and Financial Innovation in Washington, DC for the Fall 2012 semester, please view the opportunity on the Symplicity job database.
I write today concerning the recent news reports about scholarship awards to the 1L class. We did overcommit on scholarships but I want to assure you we will honor our commitments to all 1L, 2L and 3L students. We’ll be fine in year one and we’re working through ways to cover the scholarships in years two and three but we will cover them. In addition, I wanted you to know that we are:
• conducting a thorough review to determine how this happened;
• actively pursuing appointing an Interim Assistant Dean of Admissions; and
• analyzing how this impacts our budget.
When I have additional information on these issues I will update you. Thank you for your support. Our law school has always risen to meet our challenges and I am confident we will do so again. We look forward to welcoming an extremely talented first year class to join our outstanding upper level students.
You have one less thing to worry about on Tuesday! Complimentary box lunches will be available to all UofL Law graduates taking the Kentucky Bar Exam on July 24. The lunches will include a hoagie-style sandwich (turkey, veggie, or ham), chips, fruit, cookies, and your choice of water or soda.
The box lunches will be available in the Hancock and Knox conference rooms at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Signs will be posted directing you to the correct room where you can pick up your lunch. Please note – seating is limited in the Hancock and Knox conference rooms. If you prefer to pick up your box lunch and eat outside or somewhere else in the hotel, you are welcome to do so.
Lunch has been made possible thanks to many sponsors, including faculty, staff, alumni, and Louisville businesses.
Don’t forget to read or re-read the Bar Exam Instruction Manual, http://www.kyoba.org/Views/public/EventDetails.aspx?event_id=1, for important information regarding the dress code, registration on exam day, and what is and is not permitted in the exam room.
We wish you the best of luck on the exam.
Are you interested in an opportunity to work in the Office of General Counsel & Legal Policy within the Office of Government Ethics in Washington, DC during the Fall semester? If so check out the Externship position posted on the Symplicity job database.
The Student Bar Association is happy to announce the launch of @UofLSBA on Twitter. It is our hope that this can serve as another effective means of reaching out to our constituents.
Don't have a twitter? You can still follow the latest tweets on the SBA Events and Current News Page.
Attention all 2L’s and 3L’s who are receiving scholarship funds. We are currently posting fall awards on your account. You will notice these on ULINK. They may appear to be from different accounts than you were awarded previously. These awards will disburse on August 13, 2012 as scheduled by the Financial Aid Office. Your spring award will show as “Potential Law Scholarship” at this time. We will begin posting spring awards during the fall semester and they will be set to disburse to your account at the beginning of the spring semester when financial aid disburses the spring funds. Your scholarship amount is not changing. If you have any questions, you may feel free to contact me directly.
You will need to be available to work orientation from August 13th - August 17th.
All students that have applied for, expressed interest or would like to apply for a position as an Orientation Ambassador, please contact Nakia Strickland at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Monday, July 23rd by 4:00 p.m. This includes all current and former Admissions Ambassadors; please contact Nakia Strickland to register your interest in this position ASAP.
You will need to be open and available to work orientation from August 13th - August 17th.