Student News

Congratulations RSO's

The following student organizations received funding from the Student Government Association: 

The Federalist Society

University of Louisville Law Review

Student Bar Association - Equal Justice Works Symposium

Student Animal Legal Defense Fund

Congratulations to all the groups.  If any Recognized Student Organization is interested in receiving money from the Student Government Association please contact Daniel Cameron (danieljay.cameron@gmail.com) or Stephanie Loper (stephanie.loper@yahoo.com). 

 

 

OK Go! Concert - Grawnmeyer Hall Lawn

Students:

Tonight, OK Go! will be headlining a free concert on the lawn in front of Grawnmeyer Hall. The show starts at 6pm, and is open to the public so get there early to get a good spot. Come on out and enjoy all of the music and fun!

Law Day to Withdraw

Reminder:  The last day to withdraw from a course is Friday, October 15. 

Want to take non-law graduate level courses? Early deadlines apply.

Dual degree and other students taking non-law graduate level courses must have the permission of the Associate Dean for Student Life.  Registration for these courses occurs BEFORE law school registration.  Law students thus need to do the paperwork now if they want to take these courses.  The rules are set out in the Student Handbook on page 14:  http://www.law.louisville.edu/sites/www.law.louisville.edu/files/Student. The form you need to fill out is attached.

Join us for another Brandeis "Brief" Break

It’s happening here – another “brief” break!!  Students, staff, and faculty are invited to the Cox Lounge, Thursday October 14, for a brief break from their computers and their books.  We’ll have every variety of Krispy Kreme you can imagine!  So please join us anytime between 3:30 and 4:00 p.m. 

 

Want to take non-law graduate level courses? Early deadlines apply.

Dual degree and other students taking non-law graduate level courses must have the permission of the Associate Dean for Student Life.  Registration for these course occurs BEFORE law school registration.  Law students thus need to do the paperwork now if they want to take these courses.  The rules are set out in the Student Handbook on page 14:  http://www.law.louisville.edu/sites/www.law.louisville.edu/files/Student .  The form you need to fill out is attached. 

Last Day to Withdraw

Reminder:  October 15 (Friday) is the last day to withdraw from a class.

Labor and Employment Law Moot Conducting Sign-ups!

Individuals interested in trying out for the Labor and Employment Law Moot Court Team can sign up on the Moot Court Board now.  
Try-outs will be held on Wednesday, October 20 and Thursday, October 21.  Next to the sign up sheet, there is an information sheet for applicants to fill out and return to the folder. 
Applicants should prepare a 10-12 minute oral argument on City of Ontario v. Quon, 130 S. Ct. 2619 (U.S. 2010) for the try-outs and be prepared to argue either side of the case. 
The deadline for signing up for a try-out is 7:30 p.m. on Monday, October 18.  Any questions can be directed to Andrea Fagan at andrea.fagan@louisville.edu

Photos from the Alumni Awards Banquet

Judge Edwin Schroering, Gregory Cinnamon, and Jim Chen

PHOTO GALLERY

On October 6, invited guests attended the 2010 Alumni Awards Banquet to honor several individuals who have made significant contributions to the legal community and to the work of the University of Louisville’s Brandeis School of Law.

Among the distinguished honorees were Barbara Lewis, the 2010 Alumni Fellow and Tom Blackburn, recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Award. Additionally, the following faculty were acknowledged as the first recipients of the Jonathan N. Helfat Endowment Award: Karen Jordan, Les Abramson, and Tony Arnold.

Many thanks to the staff, faculty, alumni, students and members of the Black Law Students Association who planned and attended the event.

Academic Success Tip - Follow Instructions (a reminder)

Whether you are working on a writing assignment or getting ready to take an exam, one of the easiest and most important things to remember is to follow your professors' instructions.  Whatever the instructions may be, do not overlook them.  You do not want to lose points over careless mistakes.