Student Bar Association News

SBA 1L Election Results

The results of the SBA 1L Elections are as follows:

       Section 1 Rep: Erin Kimla

       Section 2 Rep: Tom Lutes

       LBA Rep: James Paul Bradford

Barbri 1L Student Rep Positions

Barbri, a provider of bar review courses, is currently hiring 1L student
representatives.  Any interested student should email a resume, along
with any questions, to Jennifer Monarch at 
Jennifer.Monarch@gmail.com
by Wednesday, October 6.

Kaplan PMBR Drawing Winners

Congratulations to the following students:
 
Tyler Korus
Beth Sermersheim
Ronald Morton
Joshua Waldrop
 
Please contact Jenn Murzyn at jmmurz01@louisville.edu to collect your prize.
Thank you to all who stopped by the table and entered the drawing.

SBA Selling Padfolios and Louisville Law T-shirts

The SBA will be selling padfolios ($15) and Louisville Law t-shirts ($10) in the lobby of the law school from noon-2 PM on Wednesday, October 6, 2010. The SBA accepts cash or check. If you have any questions, please contact Katie Bennett at katiebennett87@gmail.com.

Barbri 1L Student Rep Positions

Barbri, a provider of bar review courses, is currently hiring 1L student
representatives.  Any interested student should email a resume, along
with any questions, to Jennifer Monarch at 
Jennifer.Monarch@gmail.com
by Wednesday, October 6.

1L Elections

First year students,

I encourage all of you to vote in this week's 1L Elections.  Voting begins on TWEN at 8AM, Wednesday, September 29 and ends at 5PM, Thursday, September 30.  Each candidate has an earnest belief that they can best communicate your ideas and concerns to the Student Bar Association.  Take a good look at the candidates and decide for yourself!  Please remember to vote and good luck on your memos! 

Final Exam Policy Survey

In an attempt to extend the amount of time between each exam during the finals period, Dean Arnold, myself, and others have proposed a new exam schedule.  The schedule essentially puts 24 hours between each upper level exam.  We would, however, like to know if students would support such an exam schedule.  On TWEN, there is a survey under the course name, Final Exam Policy Survey.  Please add this course and answer the simple question posed regarding favorability for such a schedule.  The survey will be up until Friday, October 21.  This will go a long way in helping us to determine whether we should implement such a policy.

Thanks and have a great week! 

Honor Council Elections

3Ls/4Ls: The Honor Council will hold an election in order to fill a 3L/4L Honor Council Alternate position.  The voting will begin on Wednesday, September 28 at 8:00AM and will close on Thursday, September 29 at 5:00PM.  Votes will be accepted only on TWEN.  Please read the attached Fall 2010 Election Rules and fill out the Statement of Candidacy and return it to the Honor Council Chair, Brian Bennett, in person or by student mailbox, by 12:00PM on Monday, September 27.

Habitat for Humanity

In an effort to give back to the Louisville community, members of the Student Bar Association participated in a Habitat for Humanity project.  Members participated in a variety of tasks ranging from caulking the foundation to putting the final touches on rooms inside the house.  The house was Habitat's first LEED certified home.  Although law school is demanding, the SBA encourages students to make an effort to give back to the Louisville community.  Such efforts are rewarding and help to provide the balance that so often escapes us.

A Message for Student Leaders

Student Leaders:

Below you will find attached a letter outlining the policies that all Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) must follow.  Please read it carefully and if you have any questions feel free to contact me at danieljay.cameron@gmail.com or Dean Bean.