Winter Bar Publications

The March 2014 issue of Louisville magazine features its annual "Top Lawyers" report. Several of the law school's graduates are listed among the honorees, beginning on page 60. Among those profiled include land use and zoning specialist Deborah A. Bilitski, '95 (page 61), criminal defense attorney Scott C. Cox, '85 (page 64), and social security and disability law attorney Alvin D. Wax, '71 (page 72). 2013 Alumni Fellow, Stephen Porter, is also profiled in "Counsel for Yesteryear" on page 55.

Here are some more highlights:

  • "What is your favorite courtroom movie?" (page 8)
  • "Thomson Smillie 1942-2014" by Keith L. Runyon, '82 (page 109)

Tax & Finance Law is the theme of the March 2014 Bar Briefs issue.

Here are some highlights:

  • "UofL Highlights the Importance of Tax and Finance Law" by Dean Susan Duncan (page 6)
  • "Historically High Estate Tax Exemption Shifts Attention Toward Income Taxes" by Nicholas A. Volk, '09 (page 7)
  • "Crisscross Law: Tax & Finance" by Sabine Kudmani Stovall, '09 (page 15)
  • "Requirements for Disinterment by Private Landowners" by Marlow P. Riedling, '11 (page 20)
  • "Members on the move" (page 23)

Civil rights and diversity are the theme of the February 2014 Bar Briefs issue.

Here are some highlights:

  • "Diversity Among Top Priorities at Brandeis" by Dean Susan Duncan (page 6)
  • "Bench & Bar Social" photo gallery (page 12)
  • "This Year's Honorees" (page 14)
  • "Crisscross Law" by Sabine Kudmani Stovall, '09 (page 21)
  • "Members on the move" (page 23)

Legal Issues for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Community is the theme of the January 2014 issue of Bench & Bar. The law school's column mentions Professors Laura Rothstein, Jamie Abrams, Sam Marcosson and how they're exploring LGBT issues in their curriculum. Greg Justis, 3L, is also cited for his paper, "Defining Union: The Defense of Marriage Act, Tribal Sovereignty and Same-Sex Marriage".

Several Louisville alums are featured in "Who, What, When & Where" on page 43 and Thomas E. Schweitz's, '90, bio appears "In Memoriam" on page 52.

Each publication is available in the law library.