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The LSU Law Center’s Stutes-Kalinka National Taxation Moot Court Competition team of Jena Kyle, Taheera Randolph, and Colin Ryan, recently took third place at the National Taxation Moot Court Competition. The Tax Competition, sponsored by the Tax Section of the Florida Bar Association, brings in leading tax practitioners and judges from the United States Tax […]
The Louisiana Law Review is pleased to announce and congratulate the following Junior Associates who have been selected to the Volume 75 Board of Editors: Christopher Ulfers, Editor in Chief Molly Csaki, Managing Editor Jacob Ecker, Executive Senior Editor CJ Murray, Articles Editor George Holmes, Articles Editor Ben Aguinaga, Production Editor Heath Dejean, Production Editor […]
Students enrolled in the LSU Law Parole and Prisoner Re-Entry Clinic were sworn in by Chief Judge Brian A. Jackson of the United States District Court of the Middle District of Louisiana on February 5, 2014. The students are certified to practice law pursuant to Louisiana Supreme Court Rule XX and will represent clients before […]
The Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeal will hold oral arguments at Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center on Wednesday, February 12, 2014, and Thursday, February 13, 2014.
LSU Law Center Chancellor Jack M. Weiss has announced the names of those law students who earned academic honors for the fall 2013 semester.
The LSU Law Center’s American Bar Association Arbitration Competition team took third place at the national championships of the Arbitration competition. Deanna Candler, Anna Grand, Justin Hall and Leigh Hall traveled to Chicago for the national championship that was held January 24 and 25 at the ABA’s headquarters. The students were one of 56 teams […]
The Law Center will reopen Thursday, January 30 at 10:00 a.m.
Due to adverse weather conditions, the Law Center will be closed Tuesday, January 28. Please visit the LSU A&M website, http://www.lsu.edu/, for the most current information.
Due to inclement weather, the Law Center will be closed Friday, January 24. We expect to reopen Monday with a full schedule of classes. Please be mindful of your safety during the inclement weather.
If you ask LSU Law student Robert Hoke, he’ll tell you that Apprenticeship Week is, “Definitely something that every student should experience.” Hoke was one of over 130 LSU Law students who began the spring 2013 semester early to attend Apprenticeship Week, an innovative and unique new program of legal education at the Law Center. From January 6 through 10, the program provided students an opportunity to learn about the practical aspects of legal education in focused, task-oriented, small enrollment mini-courses.