Twenty-one Students Sworn Into Clinical Legal Education Program

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East Baton Rouge Parish Family Law Court Judge Pamela Baker helped swear in 21 LSU Law students to the school’s Clinical Legal Education Program during a recent ceremony.

Students sworn into the program have studied at the Law Center for two years and will now be able to practice law through the clinic student practice rule, or Louisiana Supreme Court Rule XX. The rule requires that a student take an oath prior to acting as a student attorney.

As part of the clinic, the students will represent either children in juvenile proceedings, individuals facing immigration consequences, or mediate for families in crisis.

The following students were sworn in:
Shelly Alexander
Paige Ellison
Scott Hearne
Justin Mitchell
Jaime Petenko
George Wu
Leslie Ziober
Chaile Bowman
Jeffrey Coreil
Stephanie Inks
Shelley McGlathery
Keara Plaisance
Adam Savoie
Janell Weil
Brandi Cole
Linda Millhollon
Megan Rawle-Stafford
Jonathan Ringo
Brittany Rogers
Shannon Talamo
Peyton Lambert

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