Reserved Speed Mentoring program
Requires application to be submitted to Professor Rothstein by Thursday, March 1
Cox Lounge - 5:30-7:00pm - Wednesday, March 7
Sponsored by the National Association of Women Judges, the Brandeis Women's Law Caucus, and the Brandeis Black Law Students Association.
Members of the bar will have 6-8 minute conversations with students (like a speed dating program). Students will speak to each mentor.
Panel on mentoring sponsored by the Student Bar Association
3:45-4:45 - Room 275, Wednesday, March 7
What's the difference between a mentor, a role model, networking, and a person who serves as a reference? How do you find a mentor? How do mentoring relationships work? Leaders in the legal profession will provide their perspectives on mentoring at an SBA sponsored panel.
Moderator: Professor Laura Rothstein
Speakers: Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Lisa Abramson and Bobby Simpson, Corporate Counsel, General Electric; President Louisville Bar Association
Some time slots are still available for Friday and Sunday evening. If you are a teacher at Central and would like to help with the binding fundraiser, please email Courtney at firstname.lastname@example.org.Volunteers are especially needed on Saturday evening.
Cost: $10.60 for 3 or $14.00 for 4
Please make checks payable to the UofL Foundation with Central Partnership Program on the memo line.
Each academic year, several opportunities exist for skills-based externship and law clinic experiences. If you are thinking about participating in the law clinic, the entrepreneurship clinic, or an externship in 2012-13, please join us on Tuesday, March 6, to hear from faculty supervisors, field supervisors, and students. The information session will be at 12:10 in Room 175. Get answers to your questions before the April registration period for the summer and fall semesters.
Information will be provided relating to the law clinic, the entrepreneurship clinic, and the following externships: Tax, Immigration, Clinical Research Contracts, and Technology Transfer; Judicial; Jefferson County offices of the Commonwealth Attorney and the County Attorney; the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy; Legal Aid; and the Kentucky Innocence Project.
Interested in a career as an Environmental Attorney or using your law degree for environmental issues? Please attend the ELLUS session on Wednesday, February 29th at Noon in room 275. Speakers will be Jon Baker with the County Attorney's Office, Shane Benson with the Kentucky Public Service Commission, John Carroll with the County Attorney's Office, Bob Ehrler with LG&E, and Randy Strobo with Hank Graddy Law Firm in Midway, KY.
Pizza and soft drinks will be served outside of 275.
Monday, March 5th - Mosaic Lobby - 8:30 to 10:00 a.m.
The Office of Professional Development is pleased to announce the second annual Celebration Breakfast after your briefs are due. Join us in the Mosaic Lobby from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. for bagels, fruit, coffee and juice from Panera Bread.
In recognition of the interdisciplinary nature to the law, the law school offers a number of dual degree programs providing students an opportunity to earn two degrees in a reduced period of time. Generally, law students must apply to one of the following dual degree programs prior to completing 45 hours of law school course work.
- Master of Business Administration/Juris Doctor
- Juris Doctor/Master of Divinity
- Master of Science in Social Work/Juris Doctor
- Juris Doctor/Master of Arts in Humanities
- Juris Doctor/Master of Arts in Political Science
- Juris Doctor/Master of Urban Planning
- Juris Doctor/Master of Arts in Bioethics and Medical Humanities
Students interested in any of these programs should attend the dual degree information session this Thursday, March 1. The program will begin at 12:10 p.m. in Room 075. Papa John's pizza will be served.
Student registration for the Loyola Patent Law Program is now open and will continue through Monday, March 5th. Click on the “Register Now” button after going to the website at: http://www.luc.edu/law/career/patent_students.html
The student registration form is very simple. At this point, all you need to enter is some basic contact, school, and class year information. Each student who participates will be responsible for the registration fee and will need a credit card to pay the $35 registration fee to complete the online registration.
Please be aware that this simple registration is just the first step in participating in the program. Once you have registered, you will receive information about how to register in Symplicity, upload your resume, and bid on interviews.
As noted above, the deadline for student registration is Monday, March 5. It is very important to register by the deadline since late registrations will not be accepted!
Please note that in past years most employers were interested in interviewing rising 2L students, a significantly smaller group of employers were interested in interviewing rising 3L students, and only a handful of employers were interested in interviewing LLM students.
Please note that students do not need to be patent bar eligible to register for the Patent Law Interview Program. However, many employers make patent bar eligibility a requirement for bidding, and most employers prefer patent bar eligible students. Although a number of employers indicate on their registration forms that they are willing to interview students who are not patent bar eligible, it is our experience that non-patent bar eligible students are generally disappointed as they do not receive many interviews or job offers through the Patent Law Interview Program
Interested in a career as an Environmental Attorney or using your law degree for environmental issues? Please attend the ELLUS session on Wednesday, February 29th at Noon in room 275. Speakers will be Shane Benson with the Kentucky Public Service Commission, John Carroll with the County Attorney's Office, Bob Ehrler with LG&E, and Randy Strobo with Hank Graddy Law Firm in Midway, KY.
Pizza and soft drinks will be served outside of 275.