The Women Lawyers Association of Jefferson County cordially invites you and your guests to its 2013 ANNUAL meeting.Wednesday, November 13, 2013The Galt House HotelWaterford Room140 North Fourth Street, Louisville, KentuckyFeaturing“Where do (some) parents come from?How Assisted Reproductive Technologiesare Challenging Family, Contract, Tort, Trustsand Estates, Health, and Constitutional Law”Professor Susan L. CrockinIncludes 1.5 CLE Credit Hours (Pending)Lunch, Plus 1.5 CLE Credit Hours – $35.00/person;Table of 10 - $350.00Registration: 11:00 am – 11:30 amLunch & Program: 11:30 am - 1:30 pmRSVP by Friday, November 1, 2013E-mail: email@example.comFor further information, contact Ruth Lerner firstname.lastname@example.org or 502.417.4826
On August 19, 2013 a panel of three federal judges agreed with the ACLU-KY and the ACLU's Voting Rights Project that Kentucky's current House and Senate districts -- which were established in 2002 -- are unconstitutional. Come listen to ACLU-KY attorney Bill Sharp and Political Science Professor Jasmine Farrier as they discuss these recent local developments. Lunch: Jimmy Johns
Dave Nee was a brillant law student who struggled silently with depression for many years, eventually committing suicide while in law school. The goal of the Dave Nee Foundation is to reach out to every law school in the country to educate society (especially lawyers and law students) about the symptoms of depression in themselves and in friends and family so that they might recognize and not feel ashamed about seeking treatment.A representative from the Dave Nee Foundation will share about Dave Nee's life and then detail the signs and symptoms of depression. They will provide information on local mental health resources. Law students will learn how to recognize the signs of stress/burnout, as well as being provided with general wellness tips. KYLAP will provide lunch and drinks, and will be on hand with lawyer volunteers to answer any questions. For more information about the Dave Nee Foundation, visit www.daveneefoundation.com/uncommon-counsel-0.
The Business Law Society is happy to co-sponsor an event featuring Professor Ray Nimmer. He will provide a 1-hour presentation on the "Intersection of Commercial and Intellectual Property Law and Practice in the 21st Century.” The presentation will take place in room 275 at the University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at 6:00 P.M. on November 14th. A reception at 5:00 will precede the presentation in Cox Lounge. Faculty, students, and practitioners are encouraged to attend the reception. Professor Nimmer is the outgoing dean of University of Houston Law Center and co-director of the Houston Intellectual Property and Information Law Institutes. He is the author of over twenty-five books and numerous articles, including a three-volume treatise on Information Law, a multi-volume book on the Law of Computer Technology, a treatise on Modern Licensing Law, and a multi-volume treatise on The Law of Electronic Commercial Transactions.
Lars Smith, the Samuel J. Stallings Professor of Law, has arranged for Professor Ray Nimmer to give this years Stallings Lecture. Professor Ray Nimmer will provide a 1 hour presentation on the "Intersection of Commercial and Intellectual Property Law and Practice in the 21st Century.” The presentation will take place at the University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at 6:00 P.M. A reception at 5:00 will precede the presentation. Faculty, students, and practitioners are encouraged to attend the reception. Professor Nimmer is the outgoing dean of University of Houston Law Center and co-director of the Houston Intellectual Property and Information Law Institutes. He is the author of over twenty-five books and numerous articles, including a three-volume treatise on Information Law, a multi-volume book on the Law of Computer Technology, a treatise on Modern Licensing Law, and a multi-volume treatise on The Law of Electronic Commercial Transactions.
Join the Environmental Law and Land Use Society (ELLUS) this Thursday for a Social Hour with food and drink at Against the Grain Brewery, located at 401 E Main St. Whether or not you've participated with ELLUS in the past, this is a great opportunity to meet and socialize with current members, learn about upcoming events, or simply enjoy a diversion from the rigors of law school. Bring a friend and come on down. We hope to see you there!
The deadline to submit an Exam4 practice test to qualify to Fall 2013 final exams on computer is 11:59 p.m. EST, Friday, November 22, 2013.
Professor Mark Rothstein's interview with Craig Melvin will be broadcast on MSNBC Sunday, November 24. Employers interested in improving the heath of their employees and reducing health care costs have focused on obesity. Yet, employer encouragement of a healthy diet and a more active lifestyle can lead to health privacy violations and coercion by assessing financial penalties for employees who fail to participate or make progress.
Professor Enid Trucios-Haynes To Appear on KET, Kentucky Tonight on Topic of Employment Non-Discrimination Act The Employment Non-Discrimination Act, if enacted by Congress, would prohibit employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. ENDA was approved by the United States Senate on November 7 and is currently being considered in the House of Representatives. On Monday, November 25 at 8 PM, Professor Enid Trucios-Haynes, who is currently the president of the ACLU of Kentucky will be one of several individuals discussing its impact. Other guests will be Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for The Family Foundation of Kentucky; Chris Hartman, director of the Fairness Campaign; and Richard Nelson, executive director of the Commonwealth Policy Center. Kentucky Tonight programs are archived online, made available via podcast, and rebroadcast on KET, KET KY, and radio. Archived programs, information about podcasts, and broadcast schedules are available at Kentucky Tonight.
Law Librarians Kurt Metzmeier and Virginia Mattingly will provide an update about the electronic resources collections for the library's staff.
Join UofL Law Librarian, Peter Scott Campbell for a lecture on Louisvillian Louis Dembitz Brandeis, lawyer and associate justice on the Supreme Court of the United States.
The Women Lawyers Association of Jefferson County meets at the Bristol Bar & Grill Downtown, 614 West Main Street. The buffet style luncheon begins at 11:45 a.m. and costs $16. Guests are always welcome.