Category Archives: Student
Dan Stigall (’00) will give a presentation to LSU Law students on International Careers on Monday, November 3 at 3:00 p.m. in room 110.
In response to an expression of concern from the President of the Black Law Students Association and another student, Chancellor Jack Weiss announced yesterday the appointment of a broadly based task force that will consider and make recommendations to the faculty and the Administration on means by which the Law Center can help all students, including minority students, succeed, foster camaraderie, and promote better understanding of one another’s cultures and experiences. The task force will include students, Law Center faculty and staff, and graduates of the Law Center.
LSU Law Center will host the 2nd Annual Legal Career Summit & Public Interest Law Society Job Fair on Saturday, January 24, 2015. Open to all LSU Law students, the summit is a “one-stop shop” to prepare students for job searches, career planning, selecting a practice area, and more! The summit will also include an employer networking lunch and PILS Job Fair.
LSU Law Center students achieved the state’s highest passage rate among all examinees on the latest Louisiana State Bar Exam, according to results released October 17 by the Committee on Bar Admissions of the Supreme Court of Louisiana. The results are for test takers who sat for the statewide Bar examination in July 2014.
Of all LSU Law test takers in July, 81.50% successfully passed the exam. Among LSU graduates taking the bar exam for the first time, 85.81% passed.
The Baton Rouge Association of Women Attorneys 2014 Scholarship Application can be found here. Application must be received by October 24, 2014, at 5:00 p.m. CDST.
Second- and third-year LSU Law students will have the opportunity to participate in Apprenticeship Week, January 5-9, 2015. During this week, master lawyers and judges will teach LSU Law upperclass students in small enrollment, hands-on mini-courses. Each mini-course will aim to provide students with focused, task-oriented training not generally available in law school courses and usually available only through actual practice experience.
Civil Mediation Clinic Provides Opportunities to Develop Dispute Resolution and Negotiation Techniques
The Civil Mediation Clinic (CMC) is an intensive program that trains second and third year law students in dispute resolution techniques and negotiation theory in order for them to mediate live cases for members of the public. During the semester, the students must devote 150 hours of their time in class sessions, discussions, exercises, writing […]
SPRING SEMESTER – 2015 3L’s register October 13th and 2L’s register October 14th Please note that the Clinics and Externships WILL NOT be requiring student applications for the Spring 2015 semester. Instead you will register for the Clinic or Externship of your choice when you register for other classes. So, we encourage you to register […]
In commemoration of this year’s Constitution Day on Wednesday, September 17—marking the 227th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution—Professors Paul Baier, John Devlin, and Michael Coenen will offer a look back at the Supreme Court’s previous Term and a preview of the upcoming Term. The discussion will take place in Room 110 at […]
Don’t miss an opportunity to interact with LSU Law faculty, staff and students at our Open House on Monday, October 6, 2014! The event will be held from 4:00-7:00 p.m. in the Robinson Courtroom on the second floor of the Law Center.