You have worked hard all semester. So, why not adopt a winning attitude and set high goals for yourself? If you doubt your ability to do well on exams, you might fear that you will earn poor grades even after studying intensely. During this last week of exams, do not allow yourself to be distracted from studying as a defensive mechanism to blame low grades on disruption of your study schedule. Help avoid this trap by remembering that your value as a human being is not measured by your performance on law school exams. By placing your study of law in proper perspective, you can moderate the pressure, freeing yourself to perform your best. No one will fault you if you spare no effort to do your best, even if the results fall short of your expectations. On the other hand, what a shame it will be if you squeak by after defensively limiting your opportunities to do well, and then spend your time wondering how much better you could have done had you pulled out all the stops.
Approach this final week of exam preparation with all the dedication and enthusiasm you can muster, and try to visualize success on your exams. You are more likely to rise to the top if you reach for the stars than if you stare at the ground in anticipation of defeat. Adapted from Law School Exams, Preparing and Writing to Win by Charles Calleros.
The Moot Court Board would like to congratulate its newest members:
Chris Arnold, Carly Baize, Lauren Claycomb, David Erhart, Jacob Ford, Ashley Haile, Denise Hall, Paige Hamby, Brittany Hampton, Richard Hinton, Doug Keil, Cassie Kennedy, Pete Lay, Jennie Lynch, Alice Lyon, Lucas Markushewski, Eddie O'Brien, Brian O’Connor, Courtney Pawley, Alston Peek, Kaitlyn Potzick, Zac Richards, Emily Sloan, Josh Waldrop, and Krista Willike
The MCB looks forward to another successful year with our newest additions!
University Commencement and Brandeis School of Law Convocation
Friday, May 13
University of Louisville Commencement Rehearsal www.louisville.edu/commencement
KFC Yum! Center (All students participating in the University-wide ceremony are required to attend the rehearsal to confirm seat for Commencement.)
Saturday, May 14
University Commencement Ceremony www.louisville.edu/commencement
KFC Yum! Center (Academic procession at (9:30 a.m.)
12:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
KFC Yum! Center
3:00 - 3:30 p.m.
The Louisville Palace Theatre (625 S. Fourth Street)
Graduates should arrive no later than 3:30 for the Law School Convocation.
Class picture will be taken at 3:45.
4:30 - 6:00 p.m.
Academic procession and Brandeis School of Law Convocation
Guests do not need tickets or announcements.
ACADEMIC APPAREL AND HONOR CORD DISTRIBUTION
Distribution at the Red Barn:
Wednesday, May 11, 12:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, May 12, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday, May 13, 10:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
As a fundraiser, the Golden Key International Honour Society will be selling honor cords to students who are candidates for honors as of the Fall 2010 semester. Eligible students may purchase cords and wear them with their caps and gowns at Commencement and Convocation. Honor cords may be purchased at the Red Barn on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday at the same time academic apparel is available. Honor cords are $15.00 each and must be paid by cash or check payable to the Golden Key International Honour Society. Students who are candidates for Cum Laude (3.2-3.499) may purchase a gold honor cord; Magna Cum Laude (3.5-3.799) may purchase a red honor cord; and Summa Cum Laude (3.8-4.0) may purchase a gold/red honor cord.
Hotels for Guests: To get the rate listed, you must ask for the UofL rate.
THE LINE UP LIST & DETAILS WILL BE IN THE DOCKET NEXT WEEK.
If you are interested in working at the State Law Library in Frankfort, KY this summer, please send your resume to Ms. Jennifer Frazier at: email@example.com This is an unpaid internship, so as a volunteer, you will not need to fill out the state application. The work will be on research projects involving questions that come in from the Judges. The internship can be used towards Public Service hours. (If you apply and are selected to work at the State Law Library, contact Jina Scinta to complete a Public Service placement form.)
The Office of the Governor is currently accepting applications for internships in the Frankfort Capitol Offices. All internships are unpaid, eligible for college credit, minimum of 10 hours a week commitment and open to college and graduate students. Interns will be involved in a variety of tasks and responsibilities will vary. However, interns must be self-motivated, professional in attitude and appearance, strong communicators, proficient in computer skills and research, willing to take on new and different tasks, diligent, and dependable.
The following departments are available for internships: Communications, Policy and Legislative Affairs, Constituent Services, First Lady's Projects, Lt. Governor's Projects, Faith-Based Projects, Commission on Women, Minority Empowerment, Local Development and Legal Counsel.
To be considered, intern candidates must return a completed applications along with a resume, non-personal letter of recommendation and cover letter.
To download an application, go to: http://www.governor.ky.gov/office/internships.htm
For more information, contact Susan Bryan at (502)564-2611 ext. 357