You are in your seventh week of classes now. This week's tips are based on student questions that have been asked recently.
What if I am behind on my course outlines?
- For each course, calculate how many weeks behind you are on outlining the material.
- Start with the course that is most caught up and finish that outline first. Then work on the next outline that has the fewest weeks to catch up and so forth.
- If you are equally behind in several outlines, start with the course that you think you can do most quickly.
- If you have not started any outlines, decide which outline will be the easiest to do and complete it first. Next easiest and so forth.
- Block off time in your schedule to work on each outline over several days rather than expect to find 8 or 10 hours straight for outlining.
- Set goals for when each outline will be current. Try to have all outlines completed within 10 days – the earlier the better.
- You will need to sacrifice weekend “fun” time to get on top of your outlining so that you only have to add new material each week.
Important information about using Exam4 to take Fall 2011 exams is now available online and in print. This information includes software support changes, hardware and operating system requirements, instructions for downloading and installing Exam4, policy and procedures, and dates and deadlines for all exams.
1Ls are reminded they must attend an Exam4 information and training session Thursday, September 29, at 1:00 p.m. in Room 275. Bring your laptop!
A printed flyer, "Exam4 Essentials for Fall 2011," is available in the IT hallway, so pick one up today!
Please join the Young Lawyers Section of the Kentucky Bar Association in partnership with Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company of Kentucky for Alternatives to Practicing Law. The program will begin at 12:15 p.m. on Tuesday, September 27th in room 175.
This will be a discussion on possible alternative careers for lawyers. Panelists will discuss their career paths, which include both non-traditional legal jobs and non-legal jobs, and how to create and implement an alternative career job search plan.
Panelists include Ashley Blacketer, Founding Partner of Barrister Capital Group, LLC, a Louisville-based provider of Litigation Funding Services); Brandon Coan, Policy Analyst for the Mayor of Louisville; Karen Eberle, Administrator with Sullivan University’s Paralegal Program; Jennifer Frazier, State Law Librarian; Stephanie Renner, Senior Vice President, Head of Compliance and Administration for American Founders Bank; and Susan Reale, Westlaw.
Food will be served outside of room 175.
Please RSVP to Lori Alvey at: email@example.com if you plan on attending.
For information about the Indian Law Resource Center, visit: www.indianlaw.org
Several fellowship and clerkship opportunities in the Montana and DC offices are available.
If interested, view the attachment.