Category Archives: Student
Apprenticeship Week students are finding the practical skills they’re learning in the classroom are preparing them to practice once they leave the Law Center.
From appellate briefs to personal injury, LSU Law students are gaining practical knowledge during Apprenticeship Week.
Check out how the first day of Apprenticeship Week went with a recap of the day’s events.
LSU Law Center’s ABA Arbitration Team Wins Regional Championship Taking First Place at the ABA Arbitration Regional Competition on November 16 and 17, was the Law Center’s Arbitration “Purple” Team of Deanna Candler, Anna Grand, Justin Hall, and Leigh Hill. The Purple team advanced to the national championships of the Arbitration Competition, which will be […]
John P. Laborde Receives The 2013 Pope John Paul II Award: Family and Faith Inspire a Lifetime of Service
LSU Law alumnus John P. Laborde was honored as the 2013 Pope John Paul II Award Recipient by the Catholic Foundation of the Archdiocese of New Orleans on Tuesday, November 19, 2013.
Congratulations to Ben Aguiñaga and C.J. Murray, who placed first in the 2013 Robert Lee Tullis Moot Court Competition! The Honorable James Brady (’69) of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana, Honorable C. Michael Hill (’76), U.S. Magistrate Judge for the Western District of Louisiana and the Honorable Guy Holdridge (’78) […]
The LSU Law Center’s National Pretrial Competition team recently took First Place at the National Pretrial Competition, one of the most intensive law school advocacy competition experiences in the United States. The LSU Law team of Danielle Borel, Doran Drummond, Matthew Hamilton, and Sikandar Mehr was one of 16 law schools from around the country that competed for a chance to win the competition.
In commemoration of Constitution Day on September 17, Vice Chancellor Ray Diamond and Professors Michael Coenen and John Devlin discussed and took questions from students on the major constitutional issues the Court is set to address, such as: The meaning of the Recess Appointments Clause; The scope of Congress’s powers to implement treaties; The constitutional […]
LSU Law students and faculty, and members of the community, gathered in the McKernan Auditorium on September 5, as Drexel University Earle Mack School of Law Professor Donald Tibbs and attorney Lewis Unglesby (’74) discussed State of Florida v. Zimmerman and Stand Your Ground laws. Professor Ken Levy moderated the discussion. Please click the links […]
Congratulations to John Richards and Danielle Borel, winners of the Fall 2013 Ira S. Flory Trial Competition! The Honorable Shelley Dick (’88) of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana, the Honorable William Morvant (’85) of the 19th Judicial District Court and the Honorable Trudy White (’81) of the 19th Judicial District […]