Congratulations, Scott Redding! Your name was drawn to receive a Heine Brothers' gift card. To claim your prize, you must stop by Dean Bean's office today, before 5:00 p.m.
The deadline for submitting a mandatory practice test, if you wish to use your computer for exams this semester, is tomorrow (Friday, November 19, 2010) at 11:59 PM. You must identify yourself with your UofL User Name (e.g., EAPRES01) on the practice test for it to be valid.
Students who used Exam4 for the Professional Responsibility exam Friday, November 5, are all set and do NOT have to submit a second practice test. First-year students must download, install and submit a practice test using the new version of Exam4 now available. The version 1Ls used for the Legal Research final and/or the Torts I mid-term has expired and will not run anymore.
If you've submitted a practice test, you can check to see if it was received by looking at ExamTracker (see link below), which is also displayed this week on the hall monitors.
View the links below for all the information you need.
Congratulations to Samantha Thomas-Bush, Brandon Edwards, Megan Keane and Aaron Price for a very successful performance at the American Bar Association Arbitration Competition this past weekend!
One of our UofL teams won their first round and the other team was defeated by the second-place overall winners. In both rounds the judges commented on the teams’ excellent preparation and the fact that the competitors were much more advanced than the judges themselves were as students.
Congratulations, and great job!
Beginning in January 2011, UofL Law students may begin migrating their University mail account away from GroupWise -- : ) -- to "CardMail," a new student email system provided by Microsoft Outlook Live.
CardMail will offer:
- 10GB of mail storage,
- Instant messaging,
- A movie maker,
- A photo gallery, and
- The 25GB Windows Sky Drive, a cloud-based file storage service, with anytime-anyplace access to documents.