Phi Beta Kappa Lecture
The University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law
Private Property and Public Protection:
The Brandeisian Alternative
Professor Michael Allan Wolf
Nelson Chair in Local Government Law
University of Florida Levin College of Law
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Room 275, Brandeis School of Law, University of Louisville
Open to the public; reception to follow (no RSVP needed)
The Boehl Distinguished Lecture Series in Land Use Policy is one of several law and policy initiatives in land use and environmental responsibility at the University of Louisville, and is supported by the Herbert Boehl Fund and the Kentucky Research Challenge Trust Fund. This lecture is co-sponsored by the University of Louisville Phi Beta Kappa Speakers’ Committee. This lecture is given in honor of the birthday of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis, Louisville native for whom the Law School is named.
Judge Susan Orth is seeking a legal intern to assist with "behind the scenes" operations. Schedule is very flexible and Judge Orth will work to accommodate student's schedule. For details, go to: http://www.law.louisville.edu/careers/current-jobs and select Part-time Job No. 103.
Congressman Geoff Davis is seeking interns to work in the Washington, DC office as well as the Ft. Mitchell, LaGrange, Williamstown, Maysville and Ashland offices. This is an opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a Congressional office. Internships are unpaid and are available for the Spring, Summer and Fall semesters. Internships in the district require a maximum of ten hours per week; internships in Washington, DC are both part- and full-time. Internship applications are available in the Career Services/Public Service Library, room 186.
Attention students: The University registration system is closed November 10 through November 15. You may manage your registration account beginning November 16.
This week’s tips focus on how you can use your time efficiently and effectively for studying during the Thanksgiving holiday.
Once you decide your priorities, plot out on a calendar which tasks you will complete each day. Be realistic. Mark down the actual hours you will spend on each task. Consider the following possibilities:
- Listen to CDs in the airport, on the plane, or while driving.
- Review outlines while in the airport, or on the plane, or while waiting for family to arrive.
- Photocopy the pages you need to read rather than lugging all of your books with you.
- Ask a family member or friend to quiz you with flashcards at home or during a long commute.
- Get up earlier or go to bed later than family so that you can carve out time to study.
- Negotiate time to study when family/friends are doing other activities that do not need to include you.
- Schedule time with family and friends so that you know when you can study and they know when they will see you.
- Consider whether you can study in a different location than home in order to get time, space, and quiet for studying.
- Plan to take Thanksgiving Day off if possible. If you have too much to do, at least take a portion of the day off and have fun.
- Use the template calendar attached to plan your schedule.
Several students needed for the Intrastate Mock Trial competition going on downtown at the Hall of Justice this weekend.
There will be two trials each day. Opening rounds are Saturday at 9am-12pm and 2-5 p.m. The semi-finals and finals are scheduled for Sunday at 9a-12pm and 2-5 p.m.
Anyone who is willing to help out please email Jackie Clowers at firstname.lastname@example.org with the date and time you are willing to help.
We only need one bailiff per trial This is a good chance for 1Ls to get involved with the Moot Court Board.
Changes have been made to the Climate Change & the Law Seminar in Spring 2011, including a change in time (now Wednesdays, 3:50 to 5:30). Please see the revised schedule on the Law School intranet course schedules page (in the category of Academics), and contact Dean Arnold if you have any questions.