LL.M. Students Acclimate to Campus and Louisiana

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Nine students entered the LSU Law LL.M. program this year, and many are visiting Louisiana and the United States for the first time. Besides the hot weather and spicy food, the students are also adjusting to classes at the Law Center and a way of life that some are already coming to love, said one student. 

This class represents eight foreign countries, including France, Bolivia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Ukraine, Romania, China, and India.  Six students have already earned an LL.M. degree and are here to expand their knowledge of legal systems in Louisiana and the states.

Joining the Law Center are: 

Lucie Boyer – France; Bachelor of Law (Rennes II), LL.M. (Université Jean Moulin – Lyon III)

Oscar Delgado – Bolivia; Bachelor of Law (Universidad Autonóma Gabriel René Moreno)

Victor Iacob – Romania; LL.B. (Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca)

Meron Kehase Lemlem – Ethiopia; Bachelor of Law (Mekelle University)

Jared Maranga – Kenya; LL.B. (Marathwada University), LL.M. (University of Mysore)

Karel Roynette – France; Bachelor of Law (Université de Versailles), LL.M. (Université de Versailles)

Oleksiy Stolyarenko – Ukraine; Bachelor of Law (National Law Academy of Ukraine), LL.M. (State Institute of Intellectual Property)

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