The Resource Center, Room 272, will be opening late on Monday morning. Everything should be open and ready by 10am.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
Detailed information about the variety of externship opportunities for Summer and Fall 2012 is posted on the TWEN course titled “Externship INFORMATION.” Contact Professor Jordan for additional information.
before the deadline, tomorrow, Friday, April 13, 2012.
The Quarter-Final round of the First Year Oral Advocacy Competition was a close contest, with four competitors advancing to Thursday evening's Semi-Final round. All eight competitors were praised for their poise and preparation by the judging panel, made up of UofL alumni Marilyn Osborn Patterson, Barry Dunn, Andrew Palmer, and Jason Nemes. In Thursday's Semi-Final Rounds, Mia Walters and Sean Dennis argued at 5:30 p.m. in the Allen Courtroom, followed by Lacey Gullett and Jon Hollan at 6:15 p.m. One competitor from each round advanced to Friday's Final at 2:00 p.m.
When: Thursday, May 10th, gates open 11:30 a.m., post-time 1 p.m.
Where: Churchill Downs, 700 Central Ave.
Come celebrate graduation with live horse racing at Churchill Downs with friends and family dressed in your Derby Best! Every graduating student will receive $5 in Downs Dollars!
RSVP now and enter yourself in a drawing to be in the Winner's Circle picture!
Each graduating student can register FOR FREE. Friends and family are invited for $5 each person.
Tickets may be picked up Monday, May 7th, through Wednesday, May 9th, from 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Room W310 in the SAC. Tickets not picked up at the SAC can be picked up at Churchill Downs Will Call at Gate 10 the day of the event.
On Friday, April 13, at 8:00 a.m., registration begins for current 2L students, defined as students with 22 or more hours, excluding spring 2012 courses. Registration begins for all 1L students (students with fewer than 22 hours, excluding spring 2012 classes) on Monday, April 16, at 8:00 a.m.
Please note: If you are registering for a course that requires a prerequisite (as listed on the Schedule of Courses), please double-check to make sure you have satisfied the pre-requisite. If not, the online registration system will not permit you to register for the course. If you have received permission from the professor and the Associate Dean for Student Life to enroll in a course without having satisfied the prerequisite, please notify Barbara Thompson in Student Records before you register to prevent problems during your registration period.
Below are reminders about course scheduling from the Student Handbook. If you have questions, please refer to the Student Handbook or ask Dean Cross or Dean Ballard:
- No student is permitted to register for more than 16 class hours per week in the full-time division or 12 hours in the part-time division without special permission of the Associate Dean. Class hours include credit for journals and moot court.
- Students are prohibited from counting more than 25 hours of the following non-traditional courses or credit hours towards the 90 credit hours required for graduation: (1) graduate courses in another college or school; (2) externships; (3) hours earned for moot court and in other skills competitions; (4) independent studies; (5) hours earned for journal or law review; and (6) Clinic II.
- A student may not satisfy the skills requirement during the same course or seminar in which the student satisfies the upper division writing requirement or the Perspective requirement.
- A student receiving a failing grade (F) in a required course must repeat the course. The repetition of the course does not remove the prior grade from the student's academic record. Students who fail a first year course must retake the course at its next offering.
- Students having a 2.0 or better average and at least 22 hours may register for seminars. No more than two seminars may be taken in any semester.
- An Independent Study may be for one or two credit hours. Students may apply no more than 4 credit hours of independent studies toward graduation.
- Students may take one externship per semester. Students may not apply more than 8 hours of externship and Extramural Advocacy Competition (934) credit toward the 90 hours necessary for graduation.
- Students may earn no more than two (2) hours credit for participation in a single competition and may apply no more than six (6) hours of Extramural Advocacy Competition (934) credit toward the ninety (90) hours necessary for graduation. Students may receive credit for no more than one competition per semester and ordinarily may participate in no more than one per semester. For a student to participate in more than one in the same semester, the Associate Dean for Student Life, faculty members, and other instructors must first approve.
The Office of Chief Counsel, IRS is seeking a second-year student who has taken Basic Income Tax to be a Summer 2012 Intern.
For additional information and how to apply, go to: https://law-louisville-csm.symplicity.com/students and click on "Jobs & Resume Collection".
The Student Health Law Association would like to congratulate its newly elected officers for the 2012-2013 year.
President - Justin Brown
Vice-President - Kit Thurman
Secretary - Chelsea Painter
Treasurer - Erica Wood
Congratulations new officers!