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The UK Law Library is pleased to be one of the first university law libraries in the country to offer our faculty and students access to the Lexis Digital Library. This resource provides e-book versions of over 800 Lexis titles including popular study aid series such as "Understanding" and "Questions and Answers," Kentucky practice materials like Caldwell's Kentucky Form Book and Kentucky Evidence Law Handbook, and authoritative treatises such as Nimmer on Copyright and Collier on Bankruptcy.

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Representative Massie with Professor Salamanca and Students

The UK College of Law Federalist Society hosted Congressman Thomas Massie in November (KY-4). Congressman Massie spoke to students about his work in the U.S. House of Representatives, discussing a range of topics including internet taxation and CISPA, the NSA, electric cars, and industrial hemp.

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National Jurist Magazine has again named the University of Kentucky College of Law a Top 10 Best Value Law School. UK Law is ranked 7th out of nearly 200 ABA-accredited schools, based on tuition, cost of living, bar passage, debt accumulation and employment success.

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John T. McGarvey at the 33rd Annual Banking Law Conference

Over 100 of the Commonwealth’s leading banking law counsel were in attendance at the UK College of Law’s 33rd Annual Conference on Legal Issues for Financial Institutions held on Friday, September 27th. Among the presenters at this year’s Conference were UK College of Law Hall of Fame member, John T. McGarvey of Morgan & Pottinger, and Timothy Divis, Chief Regional Counsel of the FDIC in Chicago. William T. Repasky of Frost Brown Todd served as Chair of this year’s program and a luncheon presentation was provided during the Conference by Charles A.

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UK Law Student Elizabeth Combs speaking before the forum

The University of Kentucky College of Law’s Appalachian Law Caucus, American Constitution Society, and Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture, and Natural Resources Law (KJEANRL) sponsored a Mountain Caucus Forum on Thursday, September 19. The seven-member panel included Speaker of the House Greg Stumbo, Senator Robin Webb and State Representatives Leslie Combs, Tim Couch, Tanya Pullin, John Short, and Jimmy Stewart.

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Commissioner Comer with Federalist Society Students

The UK College of Law Federalist Society hosted Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture James Comer in September. Commissioner Comer spoke to students about Kentucky's passage of regulatory framework to allow for the legalization of industrial hemp. The Commissioner also spoke on the latest developments on hemp regulation at the federal level and the implications on the agriculture community.

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Cheryl Morgan and Cary McCollum speak to students

On September 18, College of Law first-year students had an opportunity to hear about how law practitioners use legal writing skills in their careers. The panel, hosted by the Legal Research & Writing Program was attended by Chad Meredith (2007), a Lexington attorney, Cary McCollum, Assistant General Counsel for Alliance Coal, LLC, and Cheryl Morgan (1996), Assistant United States Attorney in the Civil Division of the Eastern District of Kentucky.

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Fall 2013

Applications Received: 928
KY Residents: 329
Nonresidents: 599

Offers of Admission: 554
KY Residents: 221
Nonresidents: 333

Students enrolled: 150
KY Residents: 114
Nonresidents: 36

Minority Students: 12%
Female Students: 38.67%
Nonresidents: 24%

Median Age: 22
Age Range: 20 - 36
Students 27 or older: 14

Undergraduate Majors: 36

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Professor Henke

Congratulations to UK Law Professor and Director of Legal Research & Writing Melissa N. Henke on being sworn in to the Kentucky Bar. Kentucky Supreme Court Deputy Chief Justice Mary C. Noble (1981) administered the oath of office on September 6, with Professor Allison Connelly (1983) and Julie Butcher (1990) as witnesses.

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OUR NIXON is an all-archival documentary presenting the Super 8 home movies of H.R. Haldeman, John Ehrlichman and Dwight Chapin for the very first time. The footage from Nixon's aides, which obsessively documents their time in the White House, was seized by the FBI during the Watergate investigation, then filed away and forgotten for almost 40 years. The home movies are presented with other rare footage, creating an intimate and complex portrait of the Nixon presidency as never seen before.

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