Category Archives: Student
Notice to 2L and 3L Students: The deadline for requesting examination deferrals has been extended until March 15, 2013. Please be sure to submit the form requesting the examination deferral by the March 15 deadline. We very much appreciate your cooperation with regard to this deadline. After the March 15 deadline, no deferrals will be [...]
The Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeal will hold oral arguments at Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center on Monday, February 18, 2013, and Tuesday, February 19, 2013.
The LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center, in collaboration with the LSU Law Black Law Student Association (BLSA), will participate in and host events in recognition of Black History Month.
Lawrence E. Mitchell, Dean of Case Western Reserve University Law School, published an Op Ed piece in the Thursday, November 29 issue of The New York Times extolling the virtues of a legal education, and he backs that up with facts and figures.
The current issue of the Journal of Civil Law Studies (Volume 5, Number 1) marks the inauguration of a new Civil Law in Louisiana section, with case notes on the recent decisions of Louisiana courts, written by LSU Law students under the supervision of their professors. Mark Assad, Brian Flanagan, William Gaskins, Taylor Gay, Sarena [...]
LSU Law Hosts Regional Competition The LSU Law Center Advocacy Programs hosted one of the regional rounds of the National Moot Court Competition November 8 and 9. LSU Law’s National Moot Court Team of Samuel Lumpkin, Samuel Crichton, and Jordan Stone placed second in the regional competition, advancing to the national championship that will be [...]
Congratulation to Andrew Baer, Zachary Ferguson, Michael Laborde, and Linda Matta, members of the LSU Law Center’s ABA Arbitration Competition Team, who took first place at the November 2012 regional rounds of the Arbitration Competition. In January, the team will travel to Chicago to compete in the national championship of the Arbitration Competition. A second [...]
The LSU Law Center welcomed leaders from the state Republican Party and the state Democratic Party on October 23 for Democrat and Republican Perspectives: A Conversation About the Issues in the Presidential Election.
Oyez! Oyez! Oyez! Two LSU Law alumni are set to argue before the Supreme Court of the United States in November. “We are not ‘high building lawyers,’” said Attorney Patricia Gilley. Mrs. Gilley describes her firm as a “Mom and Pop” shop. She and her husband of forty years, Harold Gilley, graduated from LSU Law [...]
Join us on Saturday, September 29 from 2:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. on the front steps of the Old Law Building for our traditional Hats-n-Canes Ceremony and an All-Alumni Tailgate. Free to graduating seniors, their family members, and LSU Law Alumni.