A diverse group of 72 students attended LSU Law’s most recent Admitted Student Visiting Day, getting a firsthand look at what life as a law student at LSU involves.
The students represented eight states, 24 undergraduate schools, and 25 academic disciplines, with the oldest student being born in 1970 and the youngest being born in 1988.
Following a welcome and panel discussion, students attended a first-year class taught by Professors Randy Trahan, Paul Baier, and Ray Diamond. They then attended a mock class by Professor Lee Ann Lock
ridge and had the option of ending their day with a tour of the Law Center.