Any interested 2L, 3L, or 4L may sign up now for the Patent Law Moot
Court Competition, held March 20-22 in Chicago or Houston. The team’s
coach is Professor John Cross.
There is a sign up sheet available outside the Moot Court Board door. The deadline
for sign-ups is 5 p.m. on October 1st. A brief problem will be emailed
to interested students by October 2nd and will be due back to Professor
Cross by 5 p.m. on October 9th.
Professor Cross will review the submissions and, if necessary, hold oral
tryouts on October 12th to select team members.
Currently, only one team of two members is allowed in the competition
from each school.
Direct any questions to Maddie Schueler (email@example.com).
A version of Exam4 for the Legal Research final and Torts I mid-term is available now. For more information, including how to download, install and use Exam4 to take and submit practice tests and live exams, click here.
The Exam4 practice test deadline for 1Ls planning to use their computer to take either or both the Legal Research final exam and Professor Leibson's Torts I mid-term exam is 6:00 PM EDT, Saturday, October 3, 2009. A propertly submitted practice test is a requirement before you may use your computer on either of these exams. Students who fail to properly take and submit a practice test by the deadline will be refused technical assistance of any kind should they experience any technical difficulty using Exam4 on the Legal Research final and/or the Torts I mid-term.
Another version of Exam4 for all other exams will be forthcoming, and more information about that will be posted later.
National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition Sign Ups
Any interested 2L, 3L, or 4L may sign up now for the National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition, held February 18-20, 2010 in White Plains, New York. The team's coach is Carey Peter.
The deadline for submission of these items is Wednesday September 30, 2009 at noon.
Information regarding the competition can be found online at: http://www.pace.edu/page.cfm?doc_id=23579
The maximum number of participants is three. Any questions regarding the competition or requirements listed above may be directed to Cameron Griffith (firstname.lastname@example.org).
University of Louisville officials unveiled the renovated Belknap Campus oval at a press conference September 22, 2009.
The oval has been under reconstruction since 2007. The project includes a cascading fountain, lighting, landscaping and safety features, such as sidewalks, curbs and brickpavers. It was paid for by Transportation Enhancements Program funding through the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and a grant from the University of Louisville Foundation.