Student Life News
Students, mark your calendars. To learn more about just a few of the many opportunities your law school offers, plan to attend these information sessions. All are Thursdays at 12:10 p.m., in Room 075. Additional details will be posted, closer to each event. Questions now? Check with Dean Bean, email@example.com.
January 27 Study Abroad
February 10 Law School Sustainability Committee
February 17 Journals at the Law School
February 24 Brandeis Moot Court & Professional Skills Board
March 3 Dual Degree Programs at the Law School
March 24 Louisville Law Clinic and Externships
Students planning to take the July 2011 or February 2012 Kentucky Bar Exam should plan to attend the January 11 bar program. Guest speakers, Eric Ison, Chair of the Kentucky Board of Bar Examiners, and Bonnie Kittinger, Director and General Counsel of the Kentucky Office of Bar Admissions, will discuss the following important information and answer your questions:
- Most common mistakes students make on their bar applications
- Most common questions received by the Kentucky Office of Bar Admissions
- Statistics for bar passage
- Essay component of the Kentucky Bar Exam – what subjects are covered; how questions are drafted; how answers are graded
- Do's and Don'ts when answering essay questions on the Kentucky Bar Exam
The program will begin at 12:15, in Room 275. Pizza will be provided.
This morning (Monday, Nov. 22), the following e-mail went out to all students who submitted a valid Exam4 practice test for Fall 2010 finals:
You have received this message because you submitted a valid and timely Exam4 practice test for Fall 2010 final exams. Should you require assistance with Exam4, you are entitled to receive it. Please remember to bring a USB flash drive with you to EVERY exam. If you do not, and you cannot submit your exam electronically, the IT staff will not provide a flash drive for you.
If you submitted an Exam4 practice test and did not receive this e-mail, and believe your practice test was valid, please see Asst. Dean Jim Becker in room 115 as soon as possible.
The deadline for submitting a mandatory practice test, if you wish to use your computer for exams this semester, is TODAY (Friday, November 19, 2010) at 11:59 PM. You must identify yourself with your UofL User Name (e.g., EAPRES01) on the practice test for it to be valid.
Students who used Exam4 for the Professional Responsibility exam Friday, November 5, are all set and do NOT have to submit a second practice test. First-year students must download, install and submit a practice test using the new version of Exam4 now available. The version 1Ls used for the Legal Research final and/or the Torts I mid-term has expired and will not run anymore.
If you've submitted a practice test, you can check to see if it was received by looking at ExamTracker (see link below), which is also displayed this week on the hall monitors.
View the links below for all the information you need.