Student Bar Foundation News

Student Bar Foundation Interest Session - TODAY!

All students are invited to learn more about the mission of the Student Bar Foundation and how you can get involved. 

Join us today at 12:15 in room 171 (we will be finished in time for the Town Hall Meeting). Food (that's not pizza) will be served. 

SBF is a student-led charitable organization that raises money which is distributed to students who work in public service positions over the summer. By getting involved with fundraising now, you are more likely to receive funds for your summer work. In the past, SBF has helped students work at Ky Dept. for Public Advocacy, for judges, at Legal Aid, and at non-profit organizations in Rhode Island, Tennessee, and Massachusetts. 

We have a lot of exciting things planned for the year, so join us NOW! 

Student Bar Foundation Interest Session - Everyone Invited

All students are invited to learn more about the mission of the Student Bar Foundation and how you can get involved. 

Join us Tuesday, October 8 at 12:15 in room 171 (we will be finished in time for the Town Hall Meeting). Food (that's not pizza) will be served. 

SBF is a student-led charitable organization that raises money which is distributed to students who work in public service positions over the summer. By getting involved with fundraising now, you are more likely to receive funds for your summer work. In the past, SBF has helped students work at Ky Dept. for Public Advocacy, for judges, at Legal Aid, and at non-profit organizations in Rhode Island, Tennessee, and Massachusetts. 

We have a lot of exciting things planned for the year, so join us NOW! 

Student Bar Foundation Interest Session - Everyone Invited

All students are invited to learn more about the mission of the Student Bar Foundation and how you can get involved. 

Join us Tuesday, October 8 at 12:15 in room 171 (we will be finished in time for the Town Hall Meeting). Food (that's not pizza) will be served. 

SBF is a student-led charitable organization that raises money which is distributed to students who work in public service positions over the summer. By getting involved with fundraising now, you are more likely to receive funds for your summer work. In the past, SBF has helped students work at Ky Dept. for Public Advocacy, for judges, at Legal Aid, and at non-profit organizations in Rhode Island, Tennessee, and Massachusetts. 

We have a lot of exciting things planned for the year, so join us NOW! 

Student Bar Foundation Interest Session - Everyone Invited

All students are invited to learn more about the mission of the Student Bar Foundation and how you can get involved. 

Join us Tuesday, October 8 at 12:15 in room 171 (we will be finished in time for the Town Hall Meeting). Food (that's not pizza) will be served. 

SBF is a student-led charitable organization that raises money which is distributed to students who work in public service positions over the summer. By getting involved with fundraising now, you are more likely to receive funds for your summer work. In the past, SBF has helped students work at Ky Dept. for Public Advocacy, for judges, at Legal Aid, and at non-profit organizations in Rhode Island, Tennessee, and Massachusetts. 

We have a lot of exciting things planned for the year, so join us NOW! 

Student Bar Foundation Executive Board Members

Congratulations to the following students who have been selected to serve on the Executive Board of the Student Bar Foundation! The Student Bar Foundation runs an auction each year from which all proceeds benefit law students working in low-paying or non-paying summer positions. Information will be available in September for those who would like to serve as at-large members of SBF.

Chair: Kasey Fehler

Vice Chair and Public Relations Chair: Emily DeVuono

Fundraising Chair: Kevin Boswell 

Secretary: Amy Dorsch

 

We are looking forward to a great Auction this Spring! 

 

SBF Fellowship Application Due Today!

DON'T FORGET the Student Bar Foundation Fellowship Applications are due today, April 8th! 
Fellowships are intended for any law students who secure unpaid, public interest work for at least 10 weeks over the summer. This includes work all over the country and abroad in a variety of positions, including with the Public Defender, US Attorney, Haiti Project, legal aid, district and circuit court judicial internships, Kentucky Refugee Ministries, and many others!
Application packets must be turned in to Emily Peeler's student mailbox by today, Monday April 8, 2013 at 5pm, addressed to the Student Bar Foundation. If you have any questions, please contact SBF co-chairs Emily Peeler at empeeler@gmail.com or Ahmed Safeeullah at aasafe01@louisville.edu.

SBF Fellowship Application Due Monday!

A reminder that the Student Bar Foundation Fellowship Applications are available, attached, and due this Monday, April 8th. 
Fellowships are intended for any law students who secure unpaid, public interest work for at least 10 weeks over the summer. This includes work all over the country and abroad in a variety of positions, including with the Public Defender, US Attorney, Haiti Project, legal aid, district and circuit court judicial internships, Kentucky Refugee Ministries, and many others!
Application packets must be turned in to Emily Peeler's student mailbox by April 8, 2013 at 5pm, addressed to the Student Bar Foundation. If you have any questions, please contact SBF co-chairs Emily Peeler at empeeler@gmail.com or Ahmed Safeeullah at aasafe01@louisville.edu.

SBF Fellowship Application Due Monday!

A reminder that the Student Bar Foundation Fellowship Applications are available, attached, and due this Monday, April 8th. 
Fellowships are intended for any law students who secure unpaid, public interest work for at least 10 weeks over the summer. This includes work all over the country and abroad in a variety of positions, including with the Public Defender, US Attorney, Haiti Project, legal aid, district and circuit court judicial internships, Kentucky Refugee Ministries, and many others!
Application packets must be turned in to Emily Peeler's student mailbox by April 8, 2013 at 5pm, addressed to the Student Bar Foundation. If you have any questions, please contact SBF co-chairs Emily Peeler at empeeler@gmail.com or Ahmed Safeeullah at aasafe01@louisville.edu.

SBF Fellowship Application Deadline Soon

A reminder that the Student Bar Foundation Fellowship Applications are available, attached, and due MONDAY, April 8th. 
Fellowships are intended for any law students who secure unpaid, public interest work for at least 10 weeks over the summer. This includes work all over the country and abroad in a variety of positions, including with the Public Defender, US Attorney, Haiti Project, legal aid, district and circuit court judicial internships, Kentucky Refugee Ministries, and many others!
Application packets must be turned in to Emily Peeler's student mailbox by April 8, 2013 at 5pm, addressed to the Student Bar Foundation. If you have any questions, please contact SBF co-chairs Emily Peeler at empeeler@gmail.com or Ahmed Safeeullah at aasafe01@louisville.edu.

SBF Fellowship Application Deadline Soon

A reminder that the Student Bar Foundation Fellowship Applications are available, attached, and due next week, April 8th. 
Fellowships are intended for any law students who secure unpaid, public interest work for at least 10 weeks over the summer. This includes work all over the country and abroad in a variety of positions, including with the Public Defender, US Attorney, Haiti Project, legal aid, district and circuit court judicial internships, Kentucky Refugee Ministries, and many others!
Application packets must be turned in to Emily Peeler's student mailbox by April 8, 2013 at 5pm, addressed to the Student Bar Foundation. If you have any questions, please contact SBF co-chairs Emily Peeler at empeeler@gmail.com or Ahmed Safeeullah at aasafe01@louisville.edu.