Tickets and t-shirts are on sale now in the Law Resource Center (room 272, across from 275).
Tickets cost $5 for students (including spouses, partners, boyfriends, girlfriends, etc.) and $20 for general admission. They’ll also be available at the door.
T-shirts are $10. BONUS: Students who purchase a t-shirt and wear it to the show will also receive their first drink free, compliments of Westlaw!
- For more information, including photo galleries of past events, check out the Lawlapalooza Web site,
- Become a Lawlapalooza Facebook fan, and
- Watch this year’s Lawlapalooza commercial and share it with others!
We hope to see you at Lawlapalooza 2010 on September 30th for an evening of great music and great fun for a great cause, and be sure to bring plenty of cash to vote for your favorite band!
Deadline to sign up is Friday, September 24th
Final Informational Meeting Thursday, September 23 in Room 175 at 12:10
The annual Pirtle-Washer Oral Advocacy Competition is a great opportunity for law students to hone their oral advocacy skills. This competition is open to all 2L, 3L, and 4L University of Louisville Law Students. The competition focuses on a competitor's ability as an oral advocate and therefore requires no research outside of the given materials. The preliminary rounds will be held on Saturday, October 16th and the Finals will be on Friday, October 22nd. If interested please sign up on the Moot Court Board door by Friday, September 24th at Noon and attend the informational meeting in room 175 at 12:10 pm on Thursday, September 23rd.
Any 2L, 3L, or 4L who would like to be considered for the ABA Negotiation Competition Team must send an email to Associate Dean Arnold, co-coach, at email@example.com, no later than September 22, with: 1) the student's name; 2) why he/she wants to be on the U of L ABA Negotiation Team; 3) the student's background in negotiations; 4) the student's availability for practices; and 5) contact information for the student. Selections will be made after September 22 by co-coaches Tony Arnold and Mary Jo Gleason. The regional rounds of the ABA Negotiation Competition will be November 13 and 14 in East Lansing, MI. In recent years, a team from U of L won the national competition, and we hope to continue our success in this competition this year. Please direct any questions to Iara Montoro at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join the Moot Court Board in congratulating the following individuals for being selected to represent the Brandeis School of Law at the Intrastate Mock Trial Team Competition:
In an effort to give back to the Louisville community, members of the Student Bar Association participated in a Habitat for Humanity project. Members participated in a variety of tasks ranging from caulking the foundation to putting the final touches on rooms inside the house. The house was Habitat's first LEED certified home. Although law school is demanding, the SBA encourages students to make an effort to give back to the Louisville community. Such efforts are rewarding and help to provide the balance that so often escapes us.
The 2011 Richard D. Cudahy Writing Competition On Regulatory and Administrative Law
The American Constitution Society for Law and Policy is pleased to announce its fourth annual Richard D. Cudahy Writing Competition on Regulatory and Administrative Law. Judge Cudahy's work in these areas combines a keen grasp of legal doctrine, deep insight into the institutional forces that determine how doctrine is implemented, and an appreciation of the public impact of doctrinal and institutional choices, including the consequences for fundamental values such as fairness, participation, and transparency. This competition seeks to encourage and reward these qualities in the scholarship of others.
Overview: The Richard D. Cudahy Writing Competition on Regulatory and Administrative Law is open to a wide array of participants. Practicing lawyers, policymakers, academics, and law students all are encouraged to take part. The judging committee will include federal judges and leading academics. A winner will be selected in both the lawyer and student categories. The author of the winning paper in each category will receive a cash prize of $1,500. The winning papers will receive special recognition at the ACS National Convention, on the ACS website, and potentially through other means agreed upon by the authors and ACS.
We encourage participants to view this topic broadly and welcome submissions on a variety of substantive areas.
The deadline for submissions is February 11, 2011.
Do not waste valuable study time between classes. Take a hard look at how you use the ½-hour, 1-hour, and 2-hour chunks of time during your day when you are not in class. If you spend all of that time chatting with friends or running errands or deciding what to do next, you will automatically make your evening more stressful because you have accomplished nothing during the day on your reading or other projects.
An informational meeting will be held Monday, Sept. 27, 2010 at 12:15pm in room 177.
Come meet the facilitator and learn about the competition and requirements to apply for a spot on the team!