Event is March 11-14
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Feb. 12, 2015) — Hundreds of law students from across the nation are expected to be at the University of Louisville from March 11-14 for the National Conference of Law Reviews. The last time UofL hosted the event was 1986.
The conference brings together students who write and edit for a law review—a university-based journal that requires scholars to hone their legal research and writing skills. Law review editors and writers often go on to leadership positions in law and politics. Students from more than 100 different law schools are expected to attend.
The theme of the conference is “Efficiency in Changing Times” and includes 24 breakout sessions, plus panel discussions and Louisville-themed recreational outings.