Brandeis Honor Society

Students are eligible for membership if they rank within the top 5 percent of the 2L class or 10 percent of the 3L class.

In 1977, the faculty approved the establishment of a society to honor students with outstanding scholastic records at the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law. The Brandeis Society is an honorary scholastic society made up of law students who assist the Office of the Dean in encouraging legal scholarship. The Brandeis Society was created to foster a spirit of careful study at the University of Louisville School of Law and to mark in a fitting manner those who have attained a high grade of scholarship.  Members of the Society are known as Brandeis Scholars. Students are eligible for membership if they rank within the top 5 percent of the 2L class or 10 percent of the 3L class.

2018 members
Lincoln Carr
Souhila El Moussaoui-Muhammad
Aurora Hardin
Marianna Joy Michael
Taylor K. RIchard
Caitlin Rieser
Katelyn Hope Skeens
John Ross Slack
Adam Hunter Wetherington
Richard H. Winterkorn

2017 members
Neil E. Barton
Anna C. Beilman
Matthew Hield Burnett
Luke F. Ervin
Andrew T. Hagerman
Maria D. Kroeger
Stephen P. McCallister
Kellie Laverne Money
2016 members
Lindsey Boyd
Sunnye Jo Bush-Sawtelle
Megan Emily Diffenderfer
Megan E. Gibson
Emily Baldock Irwin
Tyler A. Larson
Caitlin Lucille McQueen
Emily E. Meyer
Priscilla Coleman Page
Carolyn Purcell
Daniel Reed
Rebecca Colleen Reynolds
Aaron Patrick Riggs

2015 members
Andrea Aikin
Paul Aldo Casi  III
Matthew Ryan Dawson
Emily DeVuono
Leah Ann Gravius
Sarah Hackman
Mary Catherine Halloran
Jessica Ann Hazelwood
Philip Heleringer
Annie Malka
Tara Adkins McGuire
Deanna Marie Mulhall
J. Ben Shepard
Jordan M. White
Dwight David Young

2014 members
Michael S. Atkinson
Nina B. Couch
Amy L. Dorsch
Chadler M. Hardin
Molly K. Hardy
George W. Hopkins, IV
Lindsey L. Howard
Jacob E. Levy
Patrick E. Markey
Michael J. McGee
Lacey A. Napper
Andrew M. Noland