Student Life News
Tuesday, 04 May 2010, 8 PM -1 AM?
934 Baxter Ave
Come out and celebrate with all of the graduating 3Ls and 4Ls!!
After exams and Derby, come have another night out with the graduating 3Ls and 4Ls.
There will be tons of food, drinks and a DJ sponsored by the Student Bar Association.
This event is open to all law school students and guests.
The Kentucky Lawyer Chapter and the University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law Student Chapter of the American Constitution Society present: "The Constitution in 2020: Religion in the Public" on April 27 at the Louisville Bar Association.
The Constitution in 2020 is a new book edited by Yale Law professors Jack Balkin and Reva Siegel. It is a collection of essays by leading constitutional scholars regarding the directions that constitutional law should take in the decades to come.
- William P. Marshall, William Rand Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Law, University of North Carolina School of Law; Visiting Professor of Law, The George Washington University Law School; Member, Board of Directors, American Constitution Society; and Contributing Author, The Constitution in 2020
- Paul E. Salamanca, Wyatt, Tarrant and Combs Professor of Law, University of Kentucky College of Law
- David Tachau, Moderator, Partner, Tachau Meek PLC
There will be a reception following the panel discussion. The event is free of charge. 1.0 hours of CLE credit is pending for this event. The cost is $30 for members of the Louisville Bar Association and $60 for nonmembers.
Please RSVP online.
This event is co-sponsored by Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, Kentucky Chapter and the Louisville Bar Association.
All graduating law students are invited to attend Senior Day at the Downs. On Thursday, May 6th, the Churchill Downs gates will open for a celebration for the May 2010 graduates. Admission for May 2010 Graduates is free. $15 is the price for everyone else.
Tickets must be reserved by April 29th. Visit UofL's Alumni Connections for details.
The University of Louisville's Law Clinic serves low income individuals and victims of domestic violence in Jefferson County District and Family Courts and provides an opportunity for third-year law students to practice law under supervision. During the 2009-2010 academic year, we handled 169 cases.
On Thursday, April 15, we were joined by friends and partners in celebration of the success of the Law Clinic at an Open House. We gratefully acknowledge our partners, donors, students and staff who have helped us make an impact in our community.
2010-11 SBA Officers
President - Daniel Cameron
Vice President (Day) - Ashley Wiggins
Vice President (Evening) - Gayla Cissell
Secretary - Tina Nance
Treasurer - Stephanie Loper
Social Chair - Molly Maccaskey
Fundraising Chair - Katie Bennet
Public Relations Chair - Chris Robert
Public Service Chair - Samantha Thomas-Bush
Career Service Chair - Kristie Wetterer
Bookstore Manager - Liza Goykhberg
ABA Rep - Jill Massey
SGA Reps - Jared Hall and Tyler Montell
4L Rep - Nicole Crump
3L Reps - T.J. Massey and Jared Sawyer
2L Reps - Mindy Pickett and Alex White
3L Honor Council
- Brian Bennet
- Jared Sawyer
- T.J. Massey
- Megan Keane (Alternate)
2L Honor Council
- Stephanie Loper
- Josh Porter
- Satisfy your writing requirement
- Earn academic credit
- Be published in a nationally-recognized law journal
- Take your resume to the next level
University of Louisville Law Review Informational Meeting
Thursday, April 1, 2010
(This meeting will not conflict with either Therapeutic Jurisprudence or the Brandeis Medal Lecture.)