Student Life

Brandeis School of Law provides a number of opportunities and resources for students during their time here. They include the basics to help students from the minute they step on campus through commencement, such as orientation, health and wellness programs, study groups and more.

Students are also provided with opportunities to join a diverse list of organizations, ranging from the ACLU to the Federalist Society, as well as groups that support Parents Attending Law School, the Christian Legal Society and much more. There are also three publications for those wishing to hone their writing skills, including the highly-ranked University of Louisville Law Review, the Journal of Law and Education and the Journal of Animal and Environmental Law.

Additionally, Brandeis offers eight dual-degree programs for students interested in interdisciplinary studies, moot court competitions, external writing competitions, study abroad opportunities, clinics and other experiential opportunities. At the end of each spring semester, Brandeis hosts an honors program, the Black Law Students Association Convocation and law school commencement.

Student Records, Academic Success, and Bar Preparation also fall under the Student Services umbrella.

Brandeis School of Law is situated in the middle of the University of Louisville on the Oval, allowing students to easily participate in the broader campus community as well.