Education Law

Education law includes schools, school systems and school boards, students' rights and student movements.

FacultyLars S. Smith
FacultyJoAnne Sweeny
Faculty D source codeEnid F. Trucios-Haynes
FacultyMarcus Walker
FacultyManning G. Warren III
FacultyRussell L. Weaver
Rising 3L earns scholarship from Ecological Society of America
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Louisville Law student Michael Shelton, left, with JCPS Superintendent Marty Pollio.
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Professor Cedric Merlin Powell was a principal commentator at the 10th annual John Mercer Langston Writing Workshop held at Howard University School of Law.
Business Law Society
The Business Law Society is an organization open to any and all students interested in working in the general business law field.
Labor and Employment Law Society
The Labor and Employment Law Society is a student group that puts on at least one event per year relating to labor and employment law.
UofL Student Chapter of American Association of Justice
The Chapter’s purpose is to provide its members with practical knowledge about a career in trial law by working with local lawyers on joint projects, attending seminars, luncheons, etc.
Women's Law Caucus
The Women's Law Caucus is a student organization devoted to the advancement of women in the legal industry.
Journal of Law and Education
Unlike other law school publications the Journal of Law and Education ("JLE") is not just for those in the legal profession.
Image Troff document (with manpage macros)Howard Fineman
ImageAlumni Awards Luncheon, 2019
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Tyler Stocking
Ackerson Law Clinic celebrates 10 years
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Tyler Thompson and Judge McKay Chauvin's Trial Practice class
Ned Weinberger (2008) among class action lawyers honored by Law360