In his/her mailbox, every student has received a copy of the complete, new Policy Governing Exams on Computer. The policy is also posted online at www.law.louisville.edu/it/computer-exam-policy. The practice test deadline to use Exam4 for Fall 2009 finals is 6:00 PM EST, Friday, November 20th.
The complete Docket announcement about downloading and installing Exam4 and submitting a practice test is posted at www.law.louisville.edu/node/4051.
Professor Nicholson’s Drafting seminar -> Business Organizations is not a prerequisite, but is recommended.Posted November 18th, 2009 by R. Thomas Blackburn
The class schedule packet distributed yesterday (11/18/2009) correctly states on page 18 (the list of prerequisites) that when the Drafting seminar is taught by Professor Nicholson "Business Organizations is not a prerequisite, but is recommended."
The Course Notes, however, incorrectly state on page 10 that "Business Organizations is a prerequisite." The Course Notes should be corrected to read:"Professor Nicholson’s Drafting seminar focuses on corporate documents including mergers and acquisition documents. Business Organizations is not a prerequisite, but is recommended."
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Thank you to all students who showed interest in immigration law and tried out for the Immigration Law Moot Court Team!
Eligibility: The Contest is open to everyone except employees of the American Bar Association and their immediate family members.
Prizes: First Place - $1000 prize, Second Place - $500 prize
Submissions are due (via YouTube) by January 15, 2010.
Submissions will be judged by a committee of ABA Section of Dispute Resolution members and ABA staff. The ABA shall have sole authority and discretion to select winning videos.
The judges will evaluate entries using the following criteria:
- Effectiveness in achieving purpose and goal of the video
- Overall quality of presentation
- Overall appeal to diverse audience
- Overall production quality (including lighting, focus, sound, graphics)
- Originality, Creativity and Adherence to Contest Rules.
Alex Davis and Nancy Vinsel recently took the initiative to do something beneficial for the student body that also demonstrated the skills they've learned here in their first semester of law school. With the help of their classmates in Professor Leibson’s Section 1 Torts class, they embarked upon a clever campaign that raised $1040 for student scholarships.
In exchange for about $10 each and 24 12-ounce cans of Dr. Brown’s Diet Cream Soda, the students acquired David Leibson's golf hat signed by PGA Champion, Byron Nelson, and a presentation of stories from their professor's career.
Alex Davis said that, "This started out as a really small idea, and it was amazing to watch it grow as other students and faculty came up with ideas to make the offer better. We're hoping to challenge future classes to buy the hat from us and raise even more money."
It's not too late to contribute.
Read more about it in Alex's blog, 1L at Uof L.
Photo credit: Michael Ben-Avraham