Tag: Brandeis School of law

UofL law grad helped found Memorial Day

The following story was originally published on May 25, 2005. It has been slightly modified.  As dignitaries gather at Arlington National Cemetery and towns across...

UofL community reflects on MLK visit, anti-war speech

March 30, 2017, marked 50 years since Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. visited the Brandeis School of Law.  While he had visited Louisville many times...

UofL plans events to mark MLK milestones

Fifty years ago, on March 30, Martin Luther King, Jr. visited the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law. His first and only visit to...

Kentucky Women’s Book Festival features Brandeis Law alumna

Legal publishing and poetry might seem like two vastly different fields, but for Pat Owen, they're not incompatible. Owen, a 1977 graduate of the Brandeis...

Brandeis School of Law celebrates 15 years of partnership with Central...

Local attorneys, educators, students and government officials gathered Feb. 16 to celebrate 15 years of partnership between UofL's Brandeis School of Law and Central...

Brandeis Law professor weighs in on Trump’s SCOTUS nominee

Brandeis School of Law Professor Justin Walker is one of UofL's resident experts on the U.S. Supreme Court.  And for good reason: He was a...

Coming to America: Law school hosts citizenship ceremony

“This paper changes everything,” said Monu Shinchaury as she pointed to her U.S. citizenship certificate. The Bhutan-born Shinchoury was one of 29 people who became...

Brandeis students collecting bottled water for Eastern Kentucky county

Carrying on the Brandeis School of Law's legacy of public service, the Student Bar Association is coordinating a bottled water drive for the residents...

Wimbergs retiring after combined 57 years of service to UofL

It takes an appropriate balance of loyalty and discretion to serve as the personal assistant to the dean of a law school. Becky Wimberg...

UofL’s new faculty grievance officer Cedric Powell balances teaching, public service

Cedric Merlin Powell has been a professor at the Brandeis School of Law since 1993, teaching Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Critical Race Theory, Evidence, Law...