Student News

What's Happening with Rooms 115, 117 and 119?

Over the last several days room 115 (the Academic Support office and 1L study aids library) and 119 (student mailboxes and other communications) have gotten new rugs and 117 (upper class study aids library and study area) was closed because it was used to store confidential materials from 115. We were lucky that the University was able to provide us with these badly needed new rugs for free despite the budget crunch. Rooms 117 and 119 are now back in operation and set up as they were prior to the disruption. Room 115 still needs to have the computer and phone hooked up and will have a new look when it opens.

I am also in the process of sorting through the various 1L study aids and eliminating obsolete ones. (Many thanks to the faculty, students and alums who have contributed to the collection over the years!) For example, I am taking the audio cassette sets off the shelves as I don't believe anyone can use them anymore. I will resume office hours in 115 next Monday, but, as always, my door is almost always open to room 216 and I can address matters involving Academic Support or Student Affairs from either venue. I apologize for any inconvenience this has caused.

-Dean Sealing

More Summer Opportunities

USA Track & Field, in Indianapolis, has a variety of interesting volunteer summer internships.  Deadline: March 15.

 

FCBA (The Federal Communication Bar Association Foundation) awards $5000 summer stipends to law students employed as unpaid summer interns in positions with the FCC and other government agencies or entities with a connection to the communications industry (for example: broadcasting, cable television, telephony, satellite, wireless and information technology.)  Deadline: March 7.

 

Come by and get more information and applications in my office (#182.)

Summer Patent Law Job Fair

Each summer, Loyola University of Chicago sponsors a Patent Law Job Fair.  Registration to participate opens February 20 and closes on March 14.  Here are a few particulars.  More information is available in my office...#182.

Student Eligibility to Participate:
Please note that ONLY law students returning to law school in the Fall of 2008 may participate in this program. Students beginning school in the fall of 2008, students graduating this year, or alumni are NOT eligible. This program is for summer associate and entry-level attorney positions for 2009. The only exception is for a law graduate studying for an LL.M. in Intellectual Property.

WHEN & WHERE INTERVIEWS TAKE PLACE:
Chicago Marriott Suites O'Hare (five minutes from Chicago O'Hare Airport)
6155 North River Road
Rosemont, Illinois 60018
Thursday, July 31, 2008 and Friday, August 1, 2008. You may have interviews on either or both days. Evening cocktail reception: Thursday, July 31st from 5:30-7:00

Patent Bar Exam Requirement
Virtually all employers want students who have taken or plan to take the patent bar exam (please note that not all computer science majors will qualify). The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office annually publishes requirements for taking the patent bar exam. To learn more go to www.uspto.gov/web/offices/dcom/olia/oed/examregist.htm.

Classes and Offices Delayed Again, Wednesday, Feb. 13

Classes and offices at the University of Louisville are on a delayed schedule starting at 10 a.m. today, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2008.

For the School of Law, the following schedule will be in effect:

9:00 classes begin at 10 and end at 10:40

10:25 classes begin at 10:50 and end at the usual time

Afternoon classes remain the same. If evening classes are canceled, this pertains only to classes that meet at 5 p.m. or later.

Psychiatry, Mental Health and Law canceled tonight

Jennifer Leibson's Mental Health Law class will not be held tonight, Tuesday, Feb. 12.

Louisville Law Negotiation Team Wins the Nationals Competition!

Congratulations to our Negotiations Team, which won the national competition held February 8-9 in Los Angeles, Calif. The team has been invited to attend the international competition in London, England, in July as the United States representative. This is the negotiation team's best result in school history.

The ABA Law Student Division's Negotiation Team Competition is designed to promote greater interest among law students in legal negotiation and provides a means for them to practice and improve their negotiating skills. The competition simulates legal negotiations in which law students, acting as lawyers, negotiate a series of legal problems.

The students who represented the law school at this competition are Scott Powell and David Scott, both 3Ls. Michelle Grant Rudovich and Mary Jo Gleason are the co-coaches.

David Scott (left) Scott Powell (right

Intro to Health Law Canceled Tuesday Feb 12

Professor Hasselbacher's Intro to Health Law class is canceled Tuesday, Feb. 12.

Classes and Offices Delayed Tuesday, Feb. 12

Classes and offices at the University of Louisville are on a delayed schedule starting at 10 a.m. today, Feb. 12, 2008.

For the School of Law, the following schedule will be in effect:

9:00 classes begin at 10 and end at 10:40

10:25 classes begin at 10:50 and end at the usual time

Afternoon classes remain the same. If evening classes are canceled, this pertains only to classes that meet at 5 p.m. or later.

Lambda Member Wins National Essay Contest

Congratulations to Lambda Law Caucus Recorder Rebecca O'Neill for winning the Chapman University Center for Global Trade and Development essay contest.  She will be presenting her winning paper on The Genocide Convention at 60 at a the Center's annual conference in California this March. 

Alternative Uses Session #1 -- Humana -- Tuesday, February 19th at noon in room #175

Want to work somewhere other than a law firm?  Plan to attend this pizza lunch and hear from five of our Louisville Law alums who work at Humana, drafting and negotiating all of the agreement contracts that relate to Information Technology as well as the exhibits, schedules, statements of work and amendments related to those agreements.  (The pizza, provided by Humana, will hopefully be served at 11:45.)