Student Bar Association News
Prices for Basketball & Football Combo tickets will cost approximately $210 per student ($420 if providing a ticket for a guest). For Football only, tickets will cost approximately $72 per student ($144 if providing a ticket for a guest).
Also, please remember that no law students are allowed to attend the undergraduate ticket lottery. You will lose your tickets if you attend.
Congrats to the 2008-2009 SBA!
President- Rebecca Ellingsworth
Day Vice-President- Will Corrigan
Evening Vice-President- Leah Campbell
Secretary- Mike Swansburg
Treasurer- Adam Broadus
ABA Representative- Janae' Martin
Public Service Chair – Jenna Glasscock
Public Relations Chair – Rachel Carmona
Career Services Chair – Johnna Spicer
Social Chair- Colleen Goodman
Fundraising Chair- Lily Chan
SGA Senators- Jacob Taulman & Lucas Vance
3L Representatives- Adam Jarboe & Sarah Mikowski
2L Representatives- Lauren Bean & Jerred Kelly
Tyson Adams (3L)- Chief Justice
Bryant Smith (3L)
Thomas Patteson (3L)
Barry Dunn (2L)
Algeria Ford (2L)
Izzy Moore- (3L Alternate)
3L/4L senior pictures can now be viewed at your pleasure. Please visit our Website at: www.starlightphotopic.com, click on VIEW & ORDER, then click on THE EVENT YOU WISH TO VIEW UOFL LAW SCHOOL 2008, and enter the event PASSWORD: lawschool
Photographs may be ordered on our secure site. Please remember to copy and send this message to friend and family!!!
Given the connections between the law school (career services, public
service, externships, and the UPCOMING clinic) and Louisville's Legal Aid Society, please find below information about the current budget crisis affecting Kentucky's civil legal aid programs.
2-27-08 Courier-Journal article: http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2008802271077
According ot the Justice Cabinet Secretary’s Office, it is now clear that the Governor’s budget (HB 406) does not include a dedicated appropriation for Kentucky’s civil legal aid programs. Since 1996, the civil legal aid programs have received $1.5 million annually to support the work they do. Of this appropriation, Louisville's Legal Aid Society receives approximately $250,000 to serve clients in our region.
Funding needs to be restored for 2008-09. Supports of Legal Aid need to contact their elected members and urge them to fund Kentucky’s civil legal aid programs at $1.5 million annually. Phone calls or letters are the preferred method of contact. Emails are not effective at this point in the session given the sheer volume legislators are receiving.
Attached is a list of the Jefferson County Delegation members. The Jefferson County Delegation needs to hear from their constituents that this issue needs their attention.
For Faxes: Take the attached sample letter, paraphrase and add your own personal language. Please use letterhead that references your personal address within the elected official’s district. If you do not live in Jefferson County but know a supporter of Legal Aid who would be willing to contact their Jefferson County representative, please ask them to do so. The fax number is 502-564-6543.
For Phone Calls: The toll-free number to talk to OR leave a message for a legislator is 1-800-372-7181. The process is simple: Ask to speak to a House member. If he or she is unavailable, ask to leave a message. The message is:
Please restore funding for civil legal aid to $1.5 million in HB 406.