Student News

Hooding Professors

Congratulations to Professor Abramson, Professor Leibson, and Dean Urbach who have been chosen to hood the graduates at the graduation ceremony in May!  They all expressed that they are honored to have been selected by the graduting students and are looking forward to the graduation ceremony.  Thanks to everyone who voted. 

Office of Professional Development Resources

Still don't have your resume ready to send out or need a cover letter critiqued?  If you don't have time to meet during finals, send your resume and/or cover letter to Ms. Reh as an attachment.  It will be reviewed and returned to you with comments and suggested revisions.

If you would like to meet to discuss your resume, cover letter or summer opportunities , please contact her or sign up for an appointment.   

Summer Internships still available

There are several summer internship positions still available in Congressman Davis’ District Offices.  In the district, these internships are part-time (1-2 days; 5-10 hours a week) and unpaid.  Over the past seven years, more than one hundred students have interned.  Applicants must be enrolled in college or graduate school.

If you are interested in interning in one of the District Offices this summer, please complete the attached application and apply.  For additional information, please contact our Ft. Mitchell Office at (859)426-0080.

First Year Oral Advocacy Competition Champion

Congratulations to Lacey Gullett for winning the Final Round of the First Year Oral Advocacy Competition this past Friday, April 13.  After a close round with Mia Walters, Ms. Gullett was named this year's First Year Oral Advocacy Champion.  Congratulations to Ms. Gullett, and all the competitors, and thanks to all who made this year's competition such a success!

Award Certificates Available for Pick Up Today

Students:  If you were recognized at the March 30 Honors and Awards Program, you may pick up your certificate(s) between noon and 1:00 on Wednesday in the Mosaic Lobby!!  If you are unable to pick up your certificate(s) on Wednesday, you may stop by Dean Ballard's office anytime after Wednesday.

Brandeis "Brief" Break - TODAY!

Please join your classmates, professors, and law school staff for the final Brandeis "Brief" Break of the semester.  We will have coffee and tea and an assortment of cookies in the Mosaic Lobby for you to enjoy as you prepare for final exams.  Stop by anytime between 3:15 and 4:30 on Wednesday, the last day of classes

Award Certificates Available Wednesday

Students:  If you were recognized at the March 30 Honors and Awards Program, you may pick up your certificate(s) between noon and 1:00 on Wednesday in the Mosaic Lobby!!  If you are unable to pick up your certificate on Wednesday, you may stop by Dean Ballard's office anytime after Wednesday.

Law Review Membership Applications May Now Be Submitted

Applications for membership on the University of Louisville Law Review, Volume 51, are now being accepted. They are due no later than 9:00 p.m. on May 14th. Any students who plan on attending classes through spring 2013 are highly encouraged to apply. Membership on a journal is excellent for developing your research and writing skills, and a school's law review is generally regarded as its premier publication. First-year members get two hours of academic credit. They also write a note that fulfills their writing requirement for graduation and has the potential to be published in the Law Review.

 

Application instructions and materials may be downloaded here: http://www.law.louisville.edu/node/8028

 

If you have any further questions please contact Spencer Brooks at Sjbroo02@louisville.edu. 

Louisville Law Shirts For Sale

Last chance at Louisville Law gear before graduation! 

 Louisville Law shirts are available for PRE-ORDER as T-shirts or Hooded Sweatshirts. Orders must be paid in advance. Contact Ronnie Morton (rhmort02@louisville.edu), Erica Wood (elfriz01@louisville.edu), or the Resource Center for order forms and payment. Shirts will be delivered for pick up to the Resource Center during or after finals. Please see the attachments for the two design options.

Orders must be received by Thursday, April 19th

 

 

Opportunities to Work

Please check out the Symplicity job bank.

Current positions include a paid Summer Intern at Intellectual Property Insurance Services Corporation, a Summer Law Clerk with a KY/IN Domestic Relations Litigation firm and a Law Clerk position with Sales Tillman Wallbaum Catlett & Satterley.  Go to:  https://law-louisville-csm.symplicity.com/students and click on "Jobs & Resume Collection".