March 7, 2014
March 8, 2014
Join the Public Interest Law Society and Public Interest Employers as they quest for valuable summer law clerks! If you are interested in a public interest career or want meaningful legal summer experience this is an event which cannot be missed! Make sure to wear you interview attire, bring resumes (and cover letters) and be prepared to speak meaningfully about summer employment. Sessions on fellowships, debt repayment, and other financial questions will be available for those interested.
March 10, 2014
Please join us on Monday, March 10 at 12:40 pm in Room 106 for a presentation on the Energy Law Certificate program. Professors Sloan and Hall, along with Professors Hudson, Richards and others will be there to answer your questions regarding this program. The presentation will take approximately 1 hour and pizza will be served.
All students are welcome to attend.
March 11, 2014
The American Constitution Society and OUTLaw present a panel that will speak on marriage equality in Louisiana that will include the following speakers: (1) New Orleans Councilwoman, LaToya Cantrell, who introduced the first-ever resolution recognizing June as LGBT Pride Month in the City of New Orleans, and (2) Bruce Parker from Equality Louisiana, a legislative lobbyist organization which promotes LGBT right in Louisiana. Other speakers may be added at a later date. Food and drinks will be provided.
Come find us at : https://www.facebook.com/ACSLsuLaw
Are you interested in taking the Patent Bar? Would you like to know more about eligibility, the application process, or study methods?
Then please join the IPLA for an informal meeting to discuss any and all topics related to the Patent Bar. IPLA members who have taken the exam would like to answer any questions you may have as well as give practical advice and tips from their experiences with the exam.
Food and drinks will be provided.
March 12, 2014
James Napper, a local Intellectual Property attorney whose practice is based heavily in New Orleans, will be speaking about the nuts and bolts of film production as it operates in Louisiana. Topics to be covered include property acquisitions, distribution, financing, and actual production.
James Napper earned his L.L.M. in Intellectual Property Law at George Washington University Law School in 2009. Recent Publications include “Who Dat: The NFL, New Orleans, and the Implications of LSU v. Smack Apparel” and “Life as Art: How Technology and the Infusion of Music into Daily Life Spurred the Sound Recordings Act of 1971″. His areas of practice include production counsel, acquisitions and development, delivery and distribution, film finance, and intellectual property.