Monthly Archives: January 2006

Law Center Welcomes New Staff, Recognizes Service

The Law Center recognized six staff members for their years of service to LSU and welcomed several new staff members at the annual Back-to-School Breakfast held on August 16. Staff joining the Law Center over the past year include: Eric Eden – Director of Admissions Leslie Schiff – Major Gifts Officer, Alumni Relations Cheryl Griffin […]

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Visiting Scholars Announced for 2005-06

The Law Center has announced its list of distinguished visiting scholars for the 2005-06 academic year. Noted figures from around the globe will teach courses ranging from three weeks to an entire semester. The scholars are an elite cadre of the world’s leading figures in bi-jural and comparative law scholarship. Joining the Law Center this […]

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Law Center Continues Study Abroad Success

Approximately 80 first-year LSU Law students participated in the study abroad program held in Lyon, France this summer. This summer marked the 20th consecutive year that students studied abroad, and the third year in Lyon. The host institution, Université Jean Moulin, is an innovative and ambitious university that, in partnership with LSU Law, allows our […]

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Law Center Names 23 to Louisiana Law Review

Congratulations to the 2005-2006 junior associates for the Louisiana Law Review: Kimberly Brame, Bradley Carson, Amanda Coney, Prentiss Cutshaw, Jason Doré, Melanie Goolsby, Katie Grissel, Rebecca Hall, Jacob Kantrow, Lucie Kantrow, Scott Ledet, Tommy Leslie, Ray Lewis, Erin Lutkewitte, Ashley Marino, Alexander Mijalis, Stacy Morse, Alison Nunez, Brad Resweber, Rebecca Schambach, Traci Shirley, Stuart Welch, […]

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Law Center to Celebrate 100-Year Anniversary in 2006

The LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center will mark its centennial year in 2006! The Law Center’s 100 years of scholarship, teaching, and service will be celebrated throughout the centennial year. Numerous activities and events will commemorate our historic achievements, including a gala celebration on September 15, 2006, premier of the LSU Law Magazine, dedication […]

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Law Center Welcomes New Faculty Member – Lee Ann Wheelis Lockridge

Lee Ann Wheelis Lockridge, former visiting professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Law, is the Law Center’s newest faculty member. Professor Lockridge’s areas of research interest and teaching include intellectual property and contracts. She graduated from Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas, B.A. summa cum laude, 1995, Phi Beta Kappa. She earned her J.D. from […]

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McKenzie Named LSU Law Center Distinguished Alumnus

W. Shelby McKenzie has been named the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center’s 2005 Distinguished Alumnus of the Year. Law Center Chancellor John J. Costonis made the announcement at the spring meeting of the Law Center Alumni Board of Trustees. McKenzie will be honored at the Distinguished Alumnus Breakfast to be held on the LSU […]

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Olivier Moreteau Named Holder of First Law Center Chair

The LSU Law Center is very proud to announce that distinguished comparativist Olivier Moreteau has been named the first holder of the Russell B. Long Eminent Scholars Academic Chair. He joined the Law Center faculty this fall at the rank of Professor of Law with tenure and will direct the Center of Civil Law Studies. […]

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Law Center Releases Fall 2005 Class Profile

The LSU Law Center has released statistics on the incoming Fall 2005 first-year class. The size of the entering class is 219 students. The median LSAT of the entering students is 156, while the GPA of incoming students averages 3.47. Students hail from 68 undergraduate schools throughout Louisiana and the nation. Eighty-nine of the admitted […]

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Law Professors Excel in Scholarship and Teaching

Professor Paul Baier appeared as amicus curiae this past May in the Louisiana Supreme Court on behalf of the Louisiana Psychological Association, State of Louisiana v Anthony Scott, No. 2004-KA-1312, a death penalty case, raising questions of appropriate standards for determining mental retardation. Professor John Baker has received a Fulbright Distinguished Scholar Award to the […]

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