Student Life News

Brandeis "Brief" Break - TODAY

It’s happening here – another “brief” break!!  Students, staff, and faculty are invited to the Mosaic Lobby area, TODAY, for a brief break from their computers and their books.  We’ll have an assortment of cookies to choose from and milk for dipping!  It's the perfect booster to get you through the last few days of the semester.  So please join us anytime between 3:30 and 4:00 p.m.  

Are You Still Reading the Docket?

Congratulations, Zach Berry!  Your name was drawn to receive a Heine Brothers' gift card.  To claim your prize, you must stop by Dean Bean's office today, by 5:00 p.m.

Join us for another Brandeis "Brief" Break

It’s happening here – another “brief” break!!  Students, staff, and faculty are invited to the Mosaic Lobby area, Thursday November 18, for a brief break from their computers and their books.  We’ll have an assortment of cookies to choose from and milk for dipping!  It's the perfect booster to get you through the last few days of the semester.  So please join us anytime between 3:30 and 4:00 p.m., Thursday November 18.  Remember:  Be there or . . . .   

Check ExamTracker 4000 for Status of Exam4 Practice Test

The deadline for submitting a mandatory practice test, if you wish to use your computer for exams this semester, is 11:59 PM, Friday, November 19, 2010. 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.

Are You Still Reading the Docket?

Congratulations, Eddie O'Brien.  Your name was drawn and you have won a Heine Brothers' gift card.  To claim your prize, you must stop by Dean Bean's office today, by 5:00 p.m.

Exam4 Practice Test Deadline Is Friday, 11/19

Exam4 for fall semester finals is now available to all students. The deadline for submitting a mandatory practice test, if you wish to use your computer for exams this semester, is 11:59 PM, Friday, November 19, 2010. 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.

View the links below for all the information you need.

Are You Still Reading the Docket?

Congratulations, Carly Baize!  Your name was drawn to receive a Heine Brothers' Gift Card.  To claim your prize, you must stop by Dean Bean's office today, by 5:00 p.m.

Exam4 Now Available for Fall Semester Finals

Exam4 for fall semester finals is now available to all students. The deadline for submitting a mandatory practice test, if you wish to use your computer for exams this semester, is 11:59 PM, Friday, November 19, 2010.  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.

View the links below for all the information you need.

Reminder About Today's Required Bar Program

Grant Helman, Chair of the Character and Fitness Committee, Kentucky Board of Bar Examiners, and Bonnie Kittinger, Director and General Counsel for the Kentucky Office of Bar Admissions, will present a program on candor and related bar issues today, Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 1:00 p.m., in Room  275. 

Students graduating in December 2010, May 2011, or August 2011 are required to attend this program.  They may also attend on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 7:25 p.m., when a recorded version will be shown; an RSVP is required for the Nov. 10 showing.

Questions?  Contact Dean Bean.

 

Immigration Law Writing Contest

Submit an Immigration Article & Win $500 from Legal Language Services!

Law school students: Are you studying immigration law? Have you noticed any trends in US or international immigration? Legal Language wants to hear what you think!

Submit an unpublished article on legal issues that affect immigration in the United States and/or abroad. Articles should reflect recent developments in immigration, bring forth new ideas about the subject or introduce a discussion.

Articles should be between 500 and 1,000 words and written for an audience of legal professionals. The articles will be judged on subject matter treatment, scholarship and analysis.

The winner will be awarded a $500.00 cash award and two runners-up will receive $100.00 cash awards. The winning articles as well as a number of additional articles receiving honorable mention will be posted on the Legal Language Services website.

Rules of Eligibility:
  • All articles must be received by 11:59 p.m. EST on Feb. 28, 2011.
  • You must currently be enrolled in an accredited US law school.
  • Your article must be your own original work.
  • Your article must not be published elsewhere.
  • Your article must not be fewer than 500 words and must not exceed 1,000 words.
  • You must agree that your article will become the property of Legal Language Services.

Winners will be announced on or about April 15, 2011. Winning articles will be published on the Legal Language Services website.