On March 30th, Ryan Feola auctioned one law review course and two gift certificates that were generously donated by Barbri. The money that was raised will fund the first Legal Aid Barbri Fellow, Greg Thompson. Lauren Bean, Doug Dawson, and Barry Dunn were the winning bidders. Kudos to Colleen Hagan for organizing the event!
All graduating law students are invited to attend Senior Day at the Downs. On Thursday, May 6th, the Churchill Downs gates will open for a celebration for the May 2010 graduates. Admission for May 2010 Graduates is free. $15 is the price for everyone else.
Tickets must be reserved by April 29th. Visit UofL's Alumni Connections for details.
The University of Louisville Law Review membership applications are now available from the Faculy Resource Center (across from room 275).
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Tommy Sturgeon at email@example.com. We look forward to your application!
Congratulations are in order for the newly elected 2010-2011 BLSA officers!
President: Courtney Phelps
VP of Public Relations: Brandon Edwards
VP of Fundraising & Public Service: Courtney Glasker
Treasurer: Jasmine Fogle
The Law Clinic is a law firm run by third-year law students who gain practical experience in the courtroom by representing real clients in Jefferson Family and District Courts. From initial intake interview through conclusion of the case, the students are the primary contact with clients for all matters handled by the clinic. Student attorneys represent victims of domestic violence in EPO hearings and tenants in Forcible Detainer (eviction) Court under the supervision of Professor Shelley Santry, director of the Clinic.
Clinic is a four-hour course that is a really great experience. Most clinic students say it is their favorite part of law school. It gives students a chance to actually practice law and it looks huge on a resume!
If you are interested in participating in the Law Clinic next semester, send a resume and short statement of interest to Professor Santry at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any questions should be directed to her as well.
Students must have completed 60 hours by the end of this semester to qualify for a limited license to practice law under Supreme Court Rule 2.540.
The University of Louisville's Law Clinic serves low income individuals and victims of domestic violence in Jefferson County District and Family Courts and provides an opportunity for third-year law students to practice law under supervision. During the 2009-2010 academic year, we handled 169 cases.
On Thursday, April 15, we were joined by friends and partners in celebration of the success of the Law Clinic at an Open House. We gratefully acknowledge our partners, donors, students and staff who have helped us make an impact in our community.