100% Legal is the "in-house" rock & roll band of the Greenebaum Doll & McDonald law firm. Two band members are Greenebaum litigation attorneys. Mark Grundy (bass and vocals) heads the firm's construction litigation team. Mark Riddle (guitar) serves as chair of Greenebaum's Litigation Practice Group. Gary Strobel (drums and vocals) works for Greenebaum's long time client, Humana.
100% Legal traces its origins to a showcase of home-grown talent for a Greenebaum staff party in 2003. Since that time, members of the band have performed at a variety of corporate and civic events and venues, including Greater Louisville, Inc., United Way, Belknap Fall Festival, the Louisville Marathon, The Galt House, National City Tower Plaza, and a client-sponsored conference in New Orleans. The band was profiled in Business First in 2008.
Although the band members greatly enjoy playing music as a diversion from the daily grind of their legal and corporate work, they don't plan to quit their day jobs.
Information will be provided relating to the Law Clinic, the Entrepreneurship Clinic, and the following externships: Tax, Immigration, and Technology Transfer; Judicial; Criminal Justice - Defense; Criminal Justice - Prosecution; Legal Aid Society; County Attorney; and Clinical Research Contracts.
If your interests are in international law the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition is for you! Any 2L, 3L, or 4L is eligible to compete. There will be an information session on Thursday, October 27 at 1:00 p.m. in Room LL71. You will given a problem question in the topic area. If you are unable to attend the event, the problem question will be available on the Moot Court door.
Please email the following information to Joshua Waldrop (email@example.com) no later than Tuesday, November 1 by 12:30 p.m:
1. Problem question
3. Unofficial Transcript
4. Writing sample (optional)
5. Anything else you think may be pertinent
A try-out interview will be scheduled soon after which will be held the first week in November.
The Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition is the world's largest moot court competition, with participants from over 500 law schools in more than 80 countries. The Competition is a simulation of a fictional dispute between countries before the International Court of Justice, the judicial organ of the United Nations.The School will send one team to the regional competitions being held the in the first part of 2012. The competitions will be held in Washington, D.C.
Congratulations to this year's Pirtle-Washer finalists:
These four competitors are advancing from a field of sixteen very talented student oral advocates. All of the competitors did a great job representing our law school in front of the twenty-four local attorneys who judged them this Saturday at the Hall of Justice. The semi-final and final rounds will take place this Friday, October 28 in the Allen Courtroom.
Sign Up Deadlines for Moot Court Competitions
1. Labor & Employment Law - TODAY, Monday, October 24 @ noon (submission date extended).
2. Tax Law - Friday, October 28 (submission date extended).
3. Energy and Sustainablity Law - Tuesday, November 1.
4. Criminal Law - Wednesday, November 2 @ 5 p.m.
For further information, please visit https://www.law.louisville.edu/node/6945.
Everybody is (or should be) sliding into “studying for exams” mode. Time becomes a critical variable now. It is important to find time for all of your tasks. It is also important to be productive with that time. This week's tips will focus on how to get more time out of each day and be more productive during studying.
Tip #1: Evaluate your day for “lost” time. Look for time wasted in the following ways: unproductive time between classes; assignment time stretched to 3 hours when with more diligence it could have been finished in 2 ½ hours; delay in starting a project because “I have all day;” inefficient and scattered errand running or other non-school tasks; completion of chores or other non-school tasks during prime study time. If only ½ hour is captured each day of the week, it nets 3 ½ hours of extra study time per week.