Category Archives: Scholarship & Service

April 2009

Professor Paul Baier was the featured panelist at the Chapman University School of Law’s Nexus Journal 2009 Symposium on Judicial Activism: Same Sex Marriage and the Aftermath of Proposition 8. He spoke as part of the first panel, which discussed whether or not the courts were entering into the political policymaking arena. Baier also joined […]

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March 2009

Professor Paul Baier was a featured speaker at a symposium on judicial activism at Chapman Law School in Orange, Califorinia. His paper, “Hugo Black and Judicial Lawmaking: Forty Years in Retrospect,” will be published in Chapman’s Nexus Journal of Law and Public Policy. Cynthia Bland, an administrative assistant at the LSU Law Center, was recently […]

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February 2009

Paul Baier’s play, Father Chief Justice: Edward Douglass White and the Constitution, was performed on Wednesday, Feb. 4, at Loyola University’s Nunemaker Auditorium, Monroe Hall. The play featured Chief Justice (Ret.) Pascal Calogero, Justice (Ret.) Harry Lemmon, Judge Robert Downing, Judge Mary Ann Vial Lemmon, Judge Fredericka Wicker, and other notables. Ken Murchison is a […]

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December 2008 Special Year-End Issue Faculty/Staff News Items

Professor Paul Baier was interviewed by NPR’s All Things Considered concerning the 5th Circuit Court and its handling of the Albert Woodfox case. For more information, click here. Professor Christine Corcos has been invited to join the editorial board of the International Journal for the Semiotics of Law / Revue internationale de Sémiotique juridique, a […]

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December 2008 Faculty/Staff News Items

Professor Paul Baier’s retrospective portrait, Of Judicial Freedom and Judicial Restraint: The Voice of Louisiana’s Judge Albert Tate, Jr., was published in 35 Southern University Law Review, No. 2, Spring 2008. The Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court of the United States (David S. Tanenhaus ed., Macmillian USA) was published at the end of October 2008 […]

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November 2008 Faculty/Staff News Items

LSU Law Professor Paul R. Baier presented his model of an Honors Law course, which he has taught for more than a decade at LSU Law, at the National Collegiate Honors Council’s annual conference in San Antonio, Texas. Baier also successfully represented Secretary of State Jay Dardenne in the U.S. Supreme Court. Along with LSU […]

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