SBA Student of the Month

Any law student, faculty, or staff may nominate, and the SBA votes to approve, the Student of the Month award. The Student of the Month is recognized for his or her dedication to increasing the University of Louisville Law School's reputation. It is facilitated by the SBA Public Relations Chair. Current SBA members are not eligible to win the Student of the Month.

To nominate a student for SBA Student of the Month, click here.

 

September 2012: 

The SBA would like to congratulate Davis Hunter for being selected as Student of the Month for September. Davis was nominated by his peers and selected by the Student Bar Association to be recognized for his contributions as a proactive member of the Law School. Davis is also a member of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society and a BARBRI Representative for the law school.

Congratulations again to Davis!  

December 2012:

The SBA would like to congratulate Brad Johnson for being selected as Student of the Month for December. Brad recently graduated a semester early and secured a position with the Hopkins County Attorney’s office In Madisonville, Kentucky. During his tenure at Brandeis, Brad served as a Library Research Assistant and was a 2-year member of the Arbitration Moot Court Team where he served as team leader.

January 2013:

The SBA would like to congratulate Lauren Claycomb for being selected as Student of the Month for January. Lauren is the Senior Articles Editor for the University of Louisville Law Review and serves as Research Assistant for Professor Levinson. She is a member of the Brandeis Inn of Court and was an Academic Advisor during the 2011-2012 school year.  Following graduation, Lauren will be clerking for Senior District Judge Charles R. Simpson III in the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky.

February 2013:

The SBA would like to congratulate B.J. Hardy for being selected as Student of the Month for February. B.J. has been selected as the Editor in Chief for Volume 52 of the University of Louisville Law Review and serves as Research Assistant for Professor Sweeny. He is a 2011 KLEO scholar and currently serves as an Academic Fellow. This past summer, B.J. clerked for Judge David Tapp in the 28th Judicial Circuit of Kentucky.