Recent Bar Publications

Here's a review of recent local publications from the Louisville and Kentucky Bar Associations.

Highlights from the Louisville Bar Association's January 2014 Bar Briefs include:

  • "Brandeis Professors Travel The World" (page 6)
  • "LBA Adopts Human Rights Law Section" by A. Holland Houston, '94 (page 7)
  • "Congratluations to the LBA's 2013 Leadership Academy" picturing Louisville Law alums (page 10)
  • "2013 LBA Award Recipients" featuring Louisville Law alums (page 17)
  • "Members on the move" (page 24)
  • "Crisscross Law: Courts and the Constitution" by Sabine Kudmani Stovall, '09 (page 21)
"Spotlight on UofL's Intellectual Property and Business Law Education" is the focus of Dean Susan Duncan's report in the Decemer 2013 issue of the Bar Briefs. The faculty expertise of Professors Cross, Ensign, Nicholson, Smith, are Warren are noted. Her report also mentions the success of the Entrepreneurship Cinic's participation in the Global Venture Labs Investment Competition and recent moot court competitions.

More highlights from the December 2013 Bar Briefs:
  • "The Old Man of the Internet: Thomas.gov and the Promise of Online Legislative Research Fulfilled" by Professor Kurt Metzmeier (page 15)
  • "The Fractious Federal Circuit: The Federal Circuit Has Lost its Unifying Mojo; Will That Doom  Computer-Based Patents?" by James R. Higgins Jr., '78 (page 10)
  • "Potential Pitfalls in Taking a Patent Assignment at Face Value" by Scott W. Higdon, '08 (page 18)
  • "Going Solo? Be Prepared" by Bryan R. Armstrong, '07 (page 23)
  • "Crisscross Law: Technology & IP" by Sabine Kudmani Stovall, '09 (page 25)
  • "Members on the move" (page 28)
In the November 2013 Bench & Bar issue, Dean Duncan reports about Justice Brandeis' earliest memories of his mother serving Union soldiers on the front lawn. Fittingly, the anniversary of his birth was celebrated on Veteran's Day this past year. Her report goes on to include the military's importance and impact on the law school throughout its history and concludes with a photograph of the law school's newest student veterans.

More highlights from the November 2013 Bench & Bar:
  • "A Place to Begin for Advising on Cloud Computing: Thomas Shaw's Cloud Computing for Lawyers and Executives: A Global Approach, 2nd Ed., ABA Publishing" by Michael Losavio, Assistant Professor of Justice Administration at UofL (page 23)
  • "On the Move" (page 60)
Both publications are available in the law library.