You are here

Law Review News

University of Louisville Law Review First-Year Members Selected

The Editorial Board of the University of Louisville Law Review is pleased to announce selection of the following students as First-Year Members for Volume 52:

Neil Aboulhosn
Tara Adkins
Andrea Aikin
Christopher Allen
Kathryn Ball
Jenna Brady
Joshua Collins
David Cowley
Alexa Cox
Kellie Davis
Matthew Dawson
Emily DeVuono
Matthew Dry
Isaac Fain
Leah Gravius
Mary Catherine Halloran
Philip Heleringer
Mina Khalil
Andrew Lakin
Patrick Markey
Aaron Marcus
Kaleb Noblett

University of Louisville Law Review Unveils New Web Presence, Announces Gideon v. Wainwright Commemorative Series

The University of Louisville Law Review is pleased to announce the launch of its new web presence, www.louisvillelawreview.org, which will serve as the home for the Law Review's new online component, the University of Louisville Law Review Online. The launch of the new online component culminates more than a year of planning and development by the outgoing and incoming Editorial Boards.

Student Authors Selected for Publication in the University of Louisville Law Review

Congratulations to the following authors selected for publication in Volume 52 of the University of Louisville Law Review:

VOTED BEST NOTE:

Molly Hardy, Kentucky Property Tax Lien Sales: Amendments in the Interest of Homeowners and Mortgagees and Returning Tax Collection to Local Taxing Districts as a Matter of Public Policy

HONORABLE MENTION:

Law Review Information Session

The University of Louisville Law Review will be hosting an information session on Thursday, April 4th at 12:05 in Room LL75. This will be a great opportunity for any students to attend who missed the previous law journal interest session. Come get your questions answered regarding the benefits of Law Review membership, the application process and timeline, selection criteria, membership responsibilities, satisfying the writing requirement, earning academic credit, and much more. Wick's pizza will be provided!

University of Louisville Law Review Selected to Host National Conference of Law Reviews in 2015

The University of Louisville Law Review is pleased to announce that it has been selected to host the 61st Annual National Conference of Law Reviews in March 2015. The conference allows law journal editors from throughout the nation to gather to exchange ideas and experiences about issues common to student-edited publications. Conference attendees also have the opportunity to hear from the foremost members of the legal community, meet with publishing and other service vendors, and socialize with a diverse group of law review editors from across the United States.

University of Louisville Law Review Presents Best Practices in Editing at National Conference of Law Reviews

The University of Louisville Law Review is being recognized this week for best practices and innovation in editing by the National Conference of Law Reviews. The outgoing and incoming Editors in Chief are representing the Law Review at this year's conference in Lansing, Michigan.  NCLR is recognizing the Law Review's Editing Submission Sheet (ESS), a standardized editing form created by this year's Editorial Board, for its effectiveness in streamlining the editing process.

Pages