Feeling a little stressed out? Yoga may help. The Law School will offer free yoga classes starting the Wednesday after Labor Day. The one-hour classes will commence on Wednesday, September 7, at 11:50 a.m. in Room LL77, and be held every Monday and Wednesday at 11:50 until October (at which time we may change the times to make the classes available to others).
Loren Crawford, an experienced instructor, will teach the classes. Loren emphasizes that no prior experience or knowledge of yoga is required or expected (although we do hope that participants realize the difference between yoga, on the one hand, and "yoghurt", "Yogi Berra", and "Yogi Bear" on the other). Complete novices are especially welcome.
The Law School will provide mats. Participants should wear comfortable clothes (feel free to change into shorts or sweats).
As an added incentive for students to participate, every student who attends the first session and signs the attendance sheet will be entered into a drawing for a lavish and glitzy prize.
Hope to see you in Room LL77 on the 7th!
Need a Part-time Job, and don't know where to look?
The University of Louisville's Part-Time Job Fair is Wednesday, August 31 from 11am-2pm in the Multi-Purpose room of the SAC (Student Activity Center). There will be on-campus offices and off-campus employers advertising their Federal Work Study, Part-Time jobs, or Internships. Also, the Career Development Center staff will be there to provide information about resources to help you prepare and find Part-Time Job opportunities.
If you have questions or would like to find out more about the Career Development Center's services check out our website http://louisville.edu/career/ or contact us by phone at 502-852-6701.
Congratulations! You are beginning your third week of classes. For those of you who are new to law school, things should be getting into a routine now. For those of you who are returning to law school, you probably feel like you never left because it is all so familiar.
You now have a long weekend that you can look forward to. Use this time wisely to improve your future workload as a law student. Three days can be a blessing for law students who have gotten behind in their reading or who are feeling sleep-deprived. This week's tips will provide suggestions for getting the most out of this weekend.
Tip 1: If you are still getting settled in to your apartment or home, try to finish all of those tasks by the end of the weekend. Finish unpacking boxes. Finish organizing your study area. Finish the final decorating touches. Starting Tuesday morning, you want to make law school your priority. Even if you are settled in your home, take advantage of the long weekend to get your errands run and to get your space in order.