Interested in gaining experience as an Intern this summer with the Office of the Secretary of State in Frankfort, KY? This is an unpaid position with an opportunity to gain invaluable experience. For details, go to: http://www.law.louisville.edu/professionaldevelopment/current-jobs and select Part-time Job 56. Deadline is May 1st.
The U.S. Sentencing Commission in Washington, DC is offering a paid Summer Legal Internship for 1L/2L students. The deadline is April 29th. Click on attachment.
Major road closures include:
- Third and Fourth streets
- Central Avenue between Fourth and Floyd streets
- Southern Parkway
- Floyd Street between Central and Eastern Parkway
- Hahn Street between Floyd and Eastern Parkway
- Eastern Parkway between Crittenden Drive and Third
Anyone coming to campus that day should arrive from the east. Access to campus will be via Warnock Street, which should be reached via Eastern Parkway, Crittenden Drive or I-65. (See map)
- Derby Festival Street Closures
- "Street closures will hinder April 30 final exam parking on Belknap" (UofL Today, April 20, 2011)
Dean Arnold and Professor Smith have approved an alteration to the prerequisites to the Fall 2011 offering of Business Planning: Basic Income Taxation and Business Organizations are now co-requisites (may be taken concurrently), not prerequisites for this particular offering. In addition, any individual student who has a good case why the prerequisites should be waived for that student should contact Dean Arnold about an individual waiver.
All certificates from the April 1 Honors & Awards Program have been placed in student mailboxes.
The law library is offering extended hours during the final exam period April 21-May 6.
|Thursday, April 21||7:00 AM - Midnight|
|Friday, April 22||7:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Saturday, April 23||8:00 AM - 6:00 PM|
|Sunday, April 24||Noon - Midnight|
|Monday, April 25 – Thursday, April 28||7:00 AM - Midnight|
|Friday, April 29||7:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Saturday, April 30||8:00 AM - 6:00 PM|
|Sunday, May 1||Noon - Midnight|
|Monday, May 2 – Thursday, May 5||7:00 AM - Midnight|
|Friday, May 6||7:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
On Tuesday, April 19, your final exam number was sent to your louisville.edu e-mail address. If you did not receive your exam numbers, please check your junk mailbox for your exam number. Please e-mail Barbara Thompson (email@example.com) if you did not receive your final exam number. It is important that you keep your final exam number until you review your spring exams.
Thursday, April 21st - room 176
Phyllis Leibson has generously offered to meet individually with May graduates seeking career counseling advice.
Ms. Leibson served as part-time placement officer and director of Career Services at the Brandeis School of Law for 11 years. She holds a Master’s degree in vocational and community counseling. Her experience includes working as a free lance counselor with an executive search firm specializing in attorney positions and as a career counselor with the Jewish Family and Career Service. Ms. Leibson also is certified as a counselor (NCC) and as a career counselor (NCCC). She continues to assist students and graduates of the Brandeis School of Law in their legal career path.
A sign-up sheet to schedule a meeting with Ms. Leibson is located outside of Dean Urbach's office (room 182) for third- and fourth-year May 2011 graduates.
DRI is still accepting applications for its annual Law Student Diversity Scholarship. To qualify for this scholarship, candidates must be full-time students or evening students who have completed two-thirds or more of the total credit hours requirement for a degree by the applicant's law school.
Two scholarships in the amount of $10,000 each will be awarded to applicants who best demonstrate:
Service to the profession
Service to the community
Service to the cause of diversity
Interested students must complete the 2011 Law Student Diversity Scholarship Application, obtain three letters of recommendation as outlined in the scholarship requirements, and submit an essay of no more than 1,000 words based upon the following question:
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to decide two separate suits in which foreign product manufacturers are contesting the state courts' exercise of personal jurisdiction over them. The Court will decide, among other things, if a company's mere awareness that a product could wind up in a state is sufficient to establish personal jurisdiction, or if companies must purposefully direct their products toward a state to warrant the exercise of personal jurisdiction. If the Court concludes that foreign manufacturers can or cannot be sued in any state in which the product is sold, absent direct contacts with the forum, what impact might that ruling have on product liability litigation defense?
For complete scholarship details and how to apply, visit the DRI website.