Student Bar Association News
Attention Class of 2012:
Those students that ordered a composit photo that did not pick it up at graduation can now pick up the photo in Ms. Reh's office. If you have any questions, please contact Debra Reh directly via email or phone: (502)852-6368.
SBA Graduation Party
Where: Flanagan's, 934 Baxter Ave
When: Wednesday, May 9 2012
Time: 8 p.m. - Midnight
Come celebrate our graduating 3L class and the end of the school year! Hors d'oeuvres, wine, and beer are provided. Non-student guests are welcome. Please bring your student ID. We hope to see you there!
All information pertaining to Graduation Day events is now on the Law School website: http://www.law.louisville.edu/current-students. And many congratuations!!
President: Ashley Haile
Vice President: Denise Hall
Secretary: Paige Hamby
Treasurer: Jimmy Kaufman
Public relations coordinator: Donna Marie Tooill
Law Students for Justice also wants to remind student members of its parent organization, the Kentucky Justice Association, that they receive free admission to all CLE events, including upcoming sessions on litigating auto wrecks, subrogation, and courtroom strategy. For more details contact one of next year's officers, or send an email to Alex Davis at email@example.com.
Congratulations to the newly elected SBA Officers!!
3L Rep: Shawn Spalding
SGA Senators: Colton Biro and Damon McCormick
Technology Rep: Brian Strunk
Thanks again to the wonderful outgoing SBA Executive Committee led by SBA President Kristie Wetterer, Vice-President Katie Bennett, Secretary Thomas Stevens, Treasurer Stephanie Loper and Evening Vice President Joe Dunman. You've done a wonderful job and will be terribly missed!
Souls for Soles is a non-profit charity that collects ALL types of shoes, whether they are worn out, high heels, flip flops, or brand new nike shocks. The good pairs of matching shoes go to either victims of poverty in developing countries or to crisis aid relief. The shoes that are mis-matched or in poor condition will be sold to a recycling agency. The money will be used to ship the good shoes to those two aforementioned destinations. High heels and flip flops, or things that don't really fit, are shipped to consignment stores in poverty stricken areas so they can sell to support job creation and training (like Goodwill). In addition, Souls for Soles sends all sorting work to a small disabled community, which pays for their labor in order to supply jobs to people that aren't able to work a typical job because of their disability. Needless to say, Souls for Soles is also a green initiative, encouraging re-use and recycling.
A collection box will be set in the Mosiac Lobby by Friday, April 20th.
If you have any questions, please contact Daniel Trost (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Collections end the last day of finals: May 4th, 2011.