On Tuesday, February 8, at 12:15 p.m, the Kentucky Office of Bar Admissions, with a member of the Character and Fitness Committee, will present a mandatory bar program on financial responsibility. The Board of Bar Examiners’ Character and Fitness Committee must certify graduating law students before they are allowed to sit for the bar. One fact the committee members look at closely is the applicant’s record of financial responsibility.
David Sloan, Character and Fitness Committee member, and Bonnie Kittinger, Director and General Counsel, will discuss how financial debt can evidence a lack of responsibility and further, how debt can lead to financial pressures and interfere with a lawyer’s duties to his or her clients.
Attendance at the February 8 program is required for all students graduating at the times noted. If you have an absolute conflict that will prohibit you from attending the February 8 program, you must notify Dean Bean, email@example.com, and provide documentation concerning your conflict.
Questions? Please email Kimberly Ballard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 2011 Graduates: Today is the last day to apply for a degree.
- Log on to your ULink account.
- Go to Student Services tab.
- On the right side of the screen you will find a column labeled "Registration Information."
- Under Registration Information click on "Degree Application."
- Follow the prompts to complete your application for degree.
- Enter your name as you want it to appear on your diploma.
Everyone is invited to join the Sports and Entertainment Law Society at Molly Malones this Sunday, February 6 at 5 PM, for the Fourth annual SUPER BOWL party!!
The cost of admission is $5 for for members and $10 for non-members and covers food and beverage all night! Take a break from the grind of law school. Hope to see everyone there! It is an open event so bring anyone you'd like!
The Law School is hosting the Region 7 National Trial Competition in three weeks. Fifteen law schools and thirty teams will compete in Louisville to advance to the National Finals in Houston, Texas. We need more law students to volunteer to be a witness on Friday, February 18, and Saturday, February 19. This is a great opportunity. You can earn public service credit. You can observe some of the best student competitors in action and see the differnt aspects of trial - pretrial motions, opening statements, direct exams, cross exams, closing arguments, and making and responding to objections.
If you volunteer to be a witness, you will have a copy of your deposition emailed to you in advance. The preparation to play the witness during the competition should not take longer than 1 hour. You must simply review your deposition (4 to 9 pages, depending on the witness) and know the facts in your deposition. The student attorney will prep you before you testify. It's easy and fun.
If you can volunteer, please complete the sign-up sheet attached. If you have questions, please ask Brian Bennett or Kimberly Ballard.
Please sign up to participate by this FRIDAY. This opportunity is open to 1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls, and 4Ls.
*NOTE: If you volunteer to play a witness role at the competition, you cannot also volunteer as a witness during the Law School's team practices before the competition.
Good luck to Grant Axon, Mallory Littlepage, and Rob Rominger as they compete at the National Tax Moot Court Competition!
The competition will be held in St. Petersburg, Florida from February 3-5.Good Luck Team!