It is a great honor to serve as the 24th dean of the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville, the fifth-oldest law school in continuous operation in the United States. The law school that bears the name of the Louisville-born justice seeks to train students who will as lawyers exemplify the qualities for which Justice Brandeis was known: intellectual honesty and rigor, critical thinking, personal integrity and independence of mind. The Brandeis School of Law does this in a welcoming environment with a high degree of student access to faculty and extensive student-faculty interaction. In addition, the law school provides abundant intellectual and practical opportunities so that graduates will finish their legal education primed for successful careers. I hope you will join us!
— Colin Crawford