Based on student feedback, the attached summer schedule has been selected. This was Option 1 among the 4 options provided, and had the greatest student support among those who completed and submitted the feedback forms. While all schedules are always "tentative," this will be the Summer 2011 schedule unless circumstances change or unusual situations arise. You may want to consider this schedule when selecting Spring 2011 classes. However, students are reminded that a course normally has to have an enrollment of at least 5 students to avoid cancellation. If you have any questions, please contact Dean Arnold, email@example.com.
Earth Jurisprudence: Awakening to Earth’s Rights: A Festival of Faiths Event
Thursday, November 4, 2010
12:00-1:30 p.m. in Room 275
The next program in our Diversity Forum Series addresses Earth Jurisprudence, which comes from a shift in consciousness that recognizes that the Earth has rights. It is an expansion of legal protection of the Earth community (humans and environment) through various laws and legal instruments. It is a way of viewing the world that recognizes the inherent rights of all beings to exist and participate in the predator-prey relationships and fulfill their purpose in the web of life. Ecologian Thomas Berry said that we need a new jurisprudence today to address the unprecedented ecological challenges facing us at the end of an industrial era.
Presenter: Patricia Siemen is an attorney and member of the Adrian Dominican Sisters. She is the executive director of the Center for Earth Jurisprudence cosponsored by the law schools of Barry and St. Thomas Universities where she teaches law.
Free, light lunch available at 11:30 a.m., provided by Expressions of You. Please bring your own drink.
The Kentucky Lawyer Chapter, the University of
Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law Student Chapter of the
American Constitution Society and the Louisville Bar Association
Legal Education - The Role of the Bench, the Bar and the Academy
Dean, Salmon P. Chase College of Law,
Northern Kentucky University
With an introduction by:
The Honorable Boyce F. Martin, Jr.
Judge, Sixth Circuit,
United States Court of Appeals
Thursday, November 4, 2010
Louisville Bar Association
600 W. Main Street
CLE credit of 1 hour is available for $30 to Louisville Bar Association members. If you would like to purchase CLE please click here. (Please note that a warning page may appear. However, the Registration page is secure, click on "go to page anyway" to continue to the registration page).
This event is free of charge to non-lawyers and lawyers not seeking CLE credit.
Join us as Dean Honabach and Judge Martin discuss the role of the judiciary, the bar associations and law schools in meeting the needs of our law school graduates in this demanding economy.
Pre-registration forms (including special permission for priority registration) for ALL students must be returned to the Student Records Office by 6:00 p.m., Wednesday, November 3.
Be sure to read all registration instructions before registering for classes. If you have questions, please contact Barbara Thompson in Student Records.
Tackle any test anxiety that you have now. There are a number of strategies for test anxiety. The sooner you implement them, the better.
- The deeper your understanding of the material, the more likely that you will remember it during an exam. Study to understand and not just to remember.
- The more “avenues” that you create to retrieve information from long-term memory, the more likely that you will remember it during the exam. For example: read your outline; create a graphic; drill with flashcards; create hypos to illustrate; do practice questions; discuss with friends; etc.
- Do as many practice questions as possible. You will be more confident in your approach to the type of exam questions and more confident that you can apply the material to new facts.
- Begin doing relaxation exercises now. For simple relaxation techniques, visit https://louisville.edu/counseling/prismold/mediation-topics/relax.html/.
- Try the progressive relaxation exercise at http://hws.edu/studentlife/counseling_relax.aspx. This exercise will direct you to systematically relax your major muscle groups. The recording is approximately 9 minutes long.
- Get extra sleep during the last week of classes and exams. You are more likely to remain calm during exams and remember material if you are rested.
- If your test anxiety is especially serious or long-standing, make an appointment with the Counseling Center to discuss additional techniques. 852-6585