Student News

National Health Law Moot Court Competition

The Moot Court Board is still seeking students who are interested in competing in the Twentieth Annual National Health Law Moot Court Competition. The competition is being held on November 4-5, 2011 at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois.

Anyone interested in participating should email Whitney Englert at waengl01@louisville.edu by June 28, 2011.

Announcing New Law Review Members

Congratulations to the students selected as First-year Members of Volume 50 of the University of Louisville Law Review!

  • Carli Ashe
  • Spencer Brooks
  • Stephanie Carr
  • Lauren Claycomb
  • Jackie Clowers
  • Matthew Doran  
  • David Erhart
  • Rebekah Gray
  • Ashley Haile
  • Brittany Hampton  
  • Joshua Hartsell                
  • Nathaniel Hartz
  • John LaFollette             
  • Ben Lowry
  • Ronald Morton
  • Eddie O’Brien                  
  • Sarah Potter                   
  • Caroline Ramsey
  • Amanda Smith
  • Jillian Smith
  • Leah Rupp Smith
  • Patrick Smith
  • Clay Talley
  • April Wimberg

National Health Law Sign Ups

The Moot Court Board is still seeking students who are interested in competing in the Twentieth Annual National Health Law Moot Court Competition. The competition is being held on November 4-5, 2011 at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois

Anyone interested in participating should email Whitney Englert at waengl01@louisville.edu by June 28, 2011.

Spring 2011 Class Ranks

Class ranks are now available and you can receive your class rank either by coming to Student Records (Rm. 217), sending your request to Barbara Thompson at barbara.thompson@louisville.edu or sending a written request.  You must use your louisville.edu address to request your class rank.

Call for Articles: Alternative Dispute Resolution

Are you interested in seeing your name in print?  Then consider writing a short piece on an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) topic for the Louisville Bar Association's Bar Briefs.  Upcoming issues include: estate planning and tax, for those interested in writing about ADR in probate practice; professional responsibility, for those interested in writing about the ethical obligations of practitioners in ADR or of the neutrals; and young lawyers and law schools, for those interested in writing about their own experiences, as students, with ADR.  If you are interested in writing about some other ADR topic, that is great too; the LBA will work with us to find a suitable publication date. 

If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Professor Levinson.

BLSA Convocation Photo Gallery

Composite Pick-Up

For those graduates who did not pick up their composite pictures after graduation, they will be available in the Resource Center beginning on Monday, June 6. The Resource Center's summer hours are Monday-Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm.  The composities must be picked up by Friday, June 17.  Please pass this message along to any other graduates who have not picked up their composite.  Email Kristie Wetterer (Kristie.wetterer@gmail.com) with any questions. 

National Health Law Moot Court Competition

The Moot Court Board is currently seeking students who are interested in competing in the Twentieth Annual National Health Law Moot Court Competition. The competition is being held on November 4-5, 2011 at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois.

 

Anyone interested in participating should email Whitney Englert at waengl01@louisville.edu by June 28, 2011.

Paid Summer Position

Students,

If you are interested in a paid summer position and have a background in finance, please e-mail your resume to Dean Kathy Urbach at:  k0urba01@louisville.edu  

Closed Memorial Day

The University of Louisville, the Law School and the Law School Library will be closed Monday, May 30 in observance of the Memorial Day Holiday.