Student Life News
As a reminder, the last day for classes is Tuesday, 11/24/2009.
Monday classes will meet on Tuesday, 11/24/2009 - Tuesday classes will not meet on that day.
The Louisville Law Dining Guide contains reviews of the law school community's favorite dining establishments in the city and sourrounding area. It's by no means exhaustive, but it is informative, especially for those of you that are new to town.
The Student Bar Association's favorites include: Third Avenue Café, J. Alexanders, Ramsi's Café On the World, Spinelli's Pizzeria, El Mundo and the Irish Rover. Dean Chen, Michael Ben-Avraham, Scott Campbell and Professors Knowles and Hilyerd each recommend the Santa Fe Grill.
See the dining guide for more reviews, details and directions.
Thanks to everyone who attended and contributed to the 5th Annual Battle of the Bands! Nearly $4500 was raised for the Judge Ellen B. Ewing Fund.
Congratulations to third-year students Andrew Henson and Forrest Kuhn! Assault with a Deadly Weapon is the first student band ever to win first place in the Lawlapalooza Battle of the Bands. They were followed by 100% Legal in second place and Keltricity in third.
Many thanks to our silent auction bidders! Bekah Soule won a night's accommodation at the Louisville Marriott Downtown. Will Nefzger won a night's accommodation at the Seelbach Hilton. Becky Wenning won the original Guitar Player painting by Schuyler Olt and Vicki Senior won his Trumpet Player painting.
You won't want to miss this year's Battle of the Bands. Assualt with a Deadly Weapon, featuring 3Ls Andrew Henson on guitar and Forrest Kuhn on the drums, will be back to deliver another rockin' performance.
Students may purchase tickets for just $5 at the door (with a student ID) or at the Law Resource Center in room 272. Remember to bring both your student ID and your official ID if you wish to drink. Correction: This is NOT an all-ages event, but UofL Law students under 21 are welcome to attend. Children and teens, however are not.
Thanks to the generous sponsorship of Westlaw, the first 100 students will receive a ticket worth $3.25 (the price of a domestic bottled beer), which may also be used toward the purchase of a more expensive drink. Food and an assortment of potables and nonalcoholic beverages will also be available for purchase.
Lawlapalooza takes place at Phoenix Hill Tavern on Thursday, October 1. Doors open at 6 PM.
A version of Exam4 for the Legal Research final and Torts I mid-term is available now. For more information, including how to download, install and use Exam4 to take and submit practice tests and live exams, click here.
The Exam4 practice test deadline for 1Ls planning to use their computer to take either or both the Legal Research final exam and Professor Leibson's Torts I mid-term exam is 6:00 PM EDT, Saturday, October 3, 2009. A propertly submitted practice test is a requirement before you may use your computer on either of these exams. Students who fail to properly take and submit a practice test by the deadline will be refused technical assistance of any kind should they experience any technical difficulty using Exam4 on the Legal Research final and/or the Torts I mid-term.
Another version of Exam4 for all other exams will be forthcoming, and more information about that will be posted later.
Photo Credit: Scott Hite, LexisNexis
Dateline—September 18th, 2009 UK Intramural Fields—Lexington, Kentucky
Led by the passing combination of UofL School of Law Quarterback Blake Bowling to receiver Jared Key, the law school football team defeated their arch rival UK College of Law last Friday evening 13-6 in Lexington.
The Bowling to Key passing combination resulted in an 18 yard reception in the first half followed by a 22 yard second half touchdown that turned out to be the difference in a heavily, defensive struggle by both teams.
The Cardinal Law defense was spectacular limiting the Cats to over 4, separate 4-and-outs while intercepting them twice, once by Josh Speirs and another by Jerred Kelly. Kelly’s interception late in the game turned out to be the game winning stop by the visiting Cards.
The Cardinal victory was the third in a row over their arch rivals in this annual competition held on the same weekend as the UofL vs. UofL football game.
Keys to the Door: ENDA, Transgender Identity, and Community
September 29, 2009, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM, Room 275
Sponsored by the Diversity Committee and the Lambda Law Caucus, with the following co-sponsors: ACLU of KY, ACS, BLSA, Fairness Campaign, Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, SBA, UofL LGBT Services Office.
A three-person panel will discuss ENDA generally, the case for inclusion of transgender people in ENDA, and the politics of ENDA.
This event is part of the UofL Pride Week celebration and will include a light lunch from Expressions of You (available at 11:30 AM).
Congratulations Jason Crosby! You've won an iPod Touch. Please retrieve your prize from Dean Bean.
Thank you to all who submitted a completed orientation evaluation form!
Richard Williams - Louisville Law mug
Patrick Benzick - 50 Blue Books
David Erhart and Kristie Wetterer - Westlaw laptop bag and highlighter pen
Charlie Mingus and Lindsey Noller - Louisville Law lunch bag
Adam Monich (unclaimed) and George Murray - UofL Brandeis Law Orientation t-shirt
Nancy Vinsel - 1 GB thumb drive from Westlaw
Robert May and Natalie Smith - "Justice Louis D. Brandeis: The People's Attorney" DVD
Jasmine Fogle and Jennifer Lynch - Westlaw thermos
Sadaf Aulakh - Louisville Law portfolio and 10 printed resumes
Erica Bindner-Wooten, Thom Stevens, and Earlene Whitaker - Westlaw laptop bag and highlighter pen
Tyler Jolley (unclaimed) and Amanda Warford - Louisville Law mug
Amanda Prager (unclaimed), Joe Tackett, and Alex White - UofL Brandeis Law Orientation
Michael Brenyo and Lani Burt - Westlaw thermos
Joshua Abell (unclaimed) and Greg Mayes (unclaimed) - 1 GB thumb drive
Molly Block and Nathan Fort - "Brandeis at 150: The Louisville Perspective"
Riley Duck - a red leather basket filled with a Louisville Law thumb drive, candy, blue books, and more school supplies
It's not too late to register for the Louisville AIDS Walk! To register, please visit http://louisvilleaidswalk.kintera.org and join the Louisville Law team--registration for the walk is free! Funds raised at this event ensure that those in need continue to receive the food, medical assistance, housing, counseling, legal assistance, and other support services provided by a diverse group of local non-profit organizations. You can collect donations online or bring them to the walk. Join other students and professors in supporting this great community event.
If you are attending the walk, meet downtown at the Belvedere near Main Street at 1.30pm. Come wearing a U of L shirt and look for someone holding a Louisville Law sign.
If you have any questions, contact Sandra Moon at email@example.com.
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