Law Review News

Notes Selected For Publication in the University of Louisville Law Review

Congratulations to the following authors, each selected for publication in Volume 50 of the University of Louisville Law Review:
BEST NOTE
Ross Jordan, Fiduciary Obligations for Broker-Dealers
HONORABLE MENTIONS
J.D. Theiss, Video Excerpts in Closing Arguments
Amanda Warford, Abortion Consent Bypass v. Mandatory Abuse Reporiting
ALSO SELECTED FOR PUBLICATION
Shannon Burns, Religious Diet in Prison
Marlena Burt, Custody Modification in Relocation Disputes
Natalie Donahue, Two-Way Video Testimony
Elisabeth Fitzpatrick, Pregnant Women and Substance Abuse
Molly MacCaskey, Right to Sue under the Credit Repair Organization Act
Andrew Mize, Judicial Selection in Kentucky

Law Review Applications Available

Applications for membership on the 2011-12 University of Louisville Law Review are now available in the resource center. Any student interested in earning academic credit, fulfilling their writing requirement, and building their resume is strongly encouraged to apply.

Members of the Law Review’s editorial board for next year will be in the mosaic lobby on Thursday (Mar. 31) from 11:30 to 1:00 to answer any questions about the application and selection process and to distribute applications. Any interested person who stops by to pick up an application will also be given a dessert-type treat.

Applications are due May 11th by 9 pm outside the Law Review office (rm. 238). If you have any questions about the application or selection process, please contract Elisabeth Fitzpatrick or JD Theiss.

Law Review Informational Meeting and Application Availability

The University of Louisville Law Review (ULLR) will be having an interest meeting for new members on Tuesday, March 29th in room 175 at 1:00 pm. The ULLR is the law school’s flagship journal and it gives students an opportunity to earn credit, as well as meet the law school’s writing requirement. Membership also helps students to develop research, writing, and citation skills that are highly touted by employers. Any student who plans on attending classes through spring 2012 is highly encouraged to apply.

At the meeting, we will discuss the Law Review application and selection process, the benefits of membership, and what you can expect if you are selected to become a member. Beginning next year, first year members of the ULLR will receive two hours of academic credit.

Applications will be available to all people who attend the meeting on March 29th and will be available to the rest of the student body beginning on March 30th in the copy center.  Applications are due May 11th. If you have any questions contact JD Theiss or Elisabeth Fitzpatrick

Law Review Announces New Members

Congratulations to the Volume 50 Editorial Board & Second Year Members of the University of Louisville Law Review!

Editor-in-Chief: Elisabeth Fitzpatrick

Senior Articles Editor: Amanda Warford

Senior Notes Editor: J. D. Theiss

Executive Editor: Liam Felsen

Managing Editor: Lani Burt

Symposium and Alumni Relations Editor: Molly MacCaskey

Article Selection Editor: Ross Jordan

Articles Editors: Natalie Donahue, Harrison Rich, & Vince Kline

Notes Editors: Shannon Burns, Brenton Stanley, & Alex Davis

Associate Symposium & Alumni Relations Editor:
Kristie Wetterer

Second Year Members: Nathan Fort, Amanda Prager, Tyler Fleck, Ross Neuhauser, Ryan Wood, & James Stewart

Law Review Symposium on Intellectual Property Law

The University of Louisville Law Review

Symposium on Intellectual Property Law

When: November 5, 2010, 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location: University Club, 2001 S. Brook St (call 502-852-6996 for directions)

Hosted by: University of Louisville Law Review

 

CLE Event

 

On November 5, 2010, University of Louisville Law Review will host its 3rd annual Symposium on Intellectual Property Law. The symposium will focus on current developments, contested issues, and proposed improvements in intellectual property law. For sponsorship, registration, or additional information, please contact Jennifer Monarch, Symposium & Alumni Relations Editor, at jennifer.monarch@gmail.com or 270-617-4041.

 The University of Louisville Law Review would like to thank this year's sponsors:

Platinum Sponsors

Lexis Nexis
Middleton

Gold Sponsors

Greenebaum Humana

Seiller Wyatt

Silver Sponsors

IP Today

 

The University of Louisville Law Review is honored to welcome this year's speakers:

 

Katja Weckström

Researcher, Assistant of Civil Law

L.L.D Candidate University of Turku Faculty of Law

University of Turku Faculty of Law, Finland

"Liability for Trademark Infringement for Internet Service Providers"

 

Megan Carpenter

Associate Professor of Law

Texas Wesleyan School of Law

"Calling 'Bulls**t' on the Lanham Act: Time to Remove the 2(a) Bar for Scandalous, Immoral, and Disparaging Marks"

 

Doris Estelle Long

Professor and Chair, Intellectual Property, Information Technology, and Privacy Group

The John Marshall Law School

"Rebooting Trademarks for the 21st Century"

 

Mark Janis

Professor of Law and Ira C. Batman Faculty Fellow

Indiana University Maurer School of Law

"Functionality in Design Patent Law"

 

John Cross

Grosscurth Professor of Law

University of Louisville

Louis D. Brandeis School of Law

"The Role of State Law in Trademark"

 

Lars Smith

Stallings Professor of Law

University of Louisville

Louis D. Brandeis School of Law

"Remedies Under the Lanham Act: Is an Update Needed?"

 

Joseph Tomain

Visiting Assistant Professor of Law

University of Louisville

Louis D. Brandeis School of Law

"First Amendment, Forth Estate, & Hot News: Unfair Competition Is Not a Remedy for the Journalism Crisis"

 

All of the preceding authors will present their articles at the live symposium on November 5, 2010. Their articles will be published in the Law Review's Volume 49, Issue 4 in Summer 2011.

The University of Louisville Law Review would also like to thank the Student Bar Association and the Student Government Association for its support.

University of Louisville Law Review Applications in the Faculty Resource Center

Please remember to pick up your application for the University of Louisville Law Review -- the school's flagship law journal. Membership is a valuable experience and a well-recognized signal to employers that your work is quality.

 

Applications are due in the Law Review office (room 238) by May 10. Details are provided in the application packet.

University of Louisville Law Review Membership Applications Now Available

The University of Louisville Law Review membership applications are now available from the Faculy Resource Center (across from room 275).

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Tommy Sturgeon at tommy.sturgeon@louisville.edu.  We look forward to your application!

University of Louisville Law Review Informational Meeting - Thursday, April 1

Join the University of Louisville Law Review-the school's flagship law journal and a top academic honor!
  • Satisfy your writing requirement
  • Earn academic credit
  • Be published in a nationally-recognized law journal
  • Take your resume to the next level

University of Louisville Law Review Informational Meeting

Thursday, April 1, 2010

12:15-12:45

Room 175

(This meeting will not conflict with either Therapeutic Jurisprudence or the Brandeis Medal Lecture.)

Law Review Announces 2009-2010 Editorial Board

The University of Louisville Law Review is pleased to announce next year's editorial board:

Editor in Chief: Michael Swansburg
Senior Articles Editor: Leah Campbell
Senior Notes Editor: Adam Stotts
Symposium & Alumni Relations Editor: Mari-Elise Gates
Executive Editor: David Haney
Managing Editor: Andrew Palmer
Articles Editors: Chad Propst, Jessica Richards, Ian Richetti
Notes Editors: Barry Dunn, Jenna Glasscock Johnston, Trista Moss
Associate Editor-Bluebook/ILL: Brian Pollock
Associate Editor-Symposium: Brian Stempien

Photo Gallery: University of Louisville Law Review Symposium

University of Louisville Law Review Symposium: First Amendment Issues in Emerging Technology - February 20, 2009

 

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Christopher McDavid
Dean James Chen
Dean David F. Partlett
Christopher McDavid kicks off the symposium.
Dean James Chen delivers the opening address.
Keynote speaker, Emory law school Dean David F. Partlett
David Partlett
Panelists
Session 1: Advances in Speech Technology and the Implications for Society
Session 2: Regulating Potentially Harmful Speech
Kurt Metzmeier
Ellen Podgor
Ilya Shapiro
Moderator Kurt Metzmeier
Professor Ellen Podgor
Cato Institute Fellow Ilya Shapiro
Susan Duncan
Udo Fink
Arnold Loewy
Moderator Susan Duncan
Professor Udo Fink
Professor Arnold Loewy
Panelists
Panelists
Session 3: Regulating "Hate Speech" & Holocaust Denial
Session 4: The Shifting Nature of Speech Technology
Blake Morant
Paul Secunda
Dean Blake Morant
Professor Paul Secunda
Eric Segall
James Chen
Professor Eric Segall
Dean James Chen
Conference Attendees
Conference Registrants
Conference Attendees
Members of UofL's Law Review