3L/4L senior pictures can now be viewed at your pleasure. Please visit our Website at: www.starlightphotopic.com, click on VIEW & ORDER, then click on THE EVENT YOU WISH TO VIEW UOFL LAW SCHOOL 2008, and enter the event PASSWORD: lawschool
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Moot Court Board Elections will be held Thursday, March 27th at noon in room 075. Sign-ups are on the door of the MCB office. This is a mandatory meeting for ALL Moot Court Board members. For information about positions, pick up a copy of the MCB Constitution in the office.
Josh O'Bryan, President
Moot Court and Professional Skills Board
We have 3 delivery points:
1) Miller Information Technology Center room 109 reception area
2) iTech Xpress (in the lower level of Miller Information Technology Center across from Mitzie's)
3) HSC IT offices (in the basement of the dental school)
IT's goal is to rally faculty, staff, and students to donate 200 bears in 2 weeks through our delivery points. Thank you for comforting the children in our community during their times of need. If you have any questions contact IT Cardinal Care at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Services Librarian and Professor of Legal Bibliography Robin Harris was recognized in the March 2008 Today's Woman for her work at the University of Louisville's Women's Center. Harris' role in founding the Kentucky Women's Book Festival, one of the many programs made possible by the center. The mission of the Women's Center is to build alliances with campus and community groups in order to promote equality, increase women's self-reliance, and heighten the understanding of women's contributions to all societies
The Center is participating in the Champions4Her Walk, Run & Festival on June 21, 2008.
WLC Project Women Hygiene Drive
This year the WLC is hosting a Project Women Hygiene Drive.
Project Women is a collaborative organization that provides housing to single mothers who are experiencing homelessness and supports them in obtaining a baccalaureate degree, thereby enabling them to break the cycly of poverty for themselves and their children.
The biggest challenge is that so many of the more expensive items on a grocery bill are not covered by food stamps because they are not food. Thus, the women do not recieve proper hygiene products. We expect even the poorest people to practice good hygiene but we fail to recognize the need for the supplies to do so.
During March 24-28 2008, the WLC will collect hygiene products in the law school lobby. Below is a list of the items Project Women needs. When you drop your items off into the tubs you can enter your name onto the donation list. When your name is on the list, you will be entered into a drawing for a gift certificate to a local establishment. One member of each class will win a gift certificate.
Thank you for supporting the WLC and single women in the Louisville community.
maxi pads (w/wings)
diapers (sizes 3,4,5)
Fun and Educational Needs Include:
birthday plates and napkins for the children's birthdays
children's books and coloring/activity books
computer printer paper
batteries for Leap Pad learning systems