Scholarship & Service

Professor Ken Levy wrote an editorial for Truth-Out.org titled "The Real Problem With the USDA."

Professor Scott Sullivan wrote an article for Just Security titled "Do-Overs and Judicial Legitimacy: Thoughts as We Await the New Immigration Executive Order."

Professor Christine Corcos has been named chair of the Association of American Law Schools Advisory Committee on Law and Film.

Around Campus
#LSULaw will host NYU Law Professor and privacy and technology expert Arthur Miller as this year's Judge Alvin B. and Janice G. Rubin Lecturer on March 8. Click the link in our bio for more info and to RSVP
Thinking about #lawschool? Visit #LSULaw's open house tomorrow from 4 to 6:30 p.m. and hear from our staff, professors and students about law school and the admissions process. Visit the link in our bio for more information and to RSVP
The thrill of victory! Purple team coach Jack Zeringue celebrates his team's 6-3 victory over the Gold team during Saturday's annual Barrister's Bowl. More important than the score, the game and auction Saturday night raised more than $7,500 for the American Cancer Society #LSULaw #Football #LSU
“Those girls are brave.” Bernette Joshua Johnson and Gammiel Berthella Gray made history as the first two female African-American students at #LSULaw. As pioneering women in the Law Center, their lessons transcend generations, and we celebrate them during #BlackHistoyMonth
Happy #ValentinesDay from #LSULaw! 💕💜💛
Congratulations to #LSULaw’s Costello National Criminal Law Trial Advocacy Competition "Purple" team, which was named the Best Defense Team and National Finalists, and Second Place Overall, at this weekend's competition in Fairfax, Va.! Also in this weekend’s competition, LSU Law’s "Gold" team placed as National Quarterfinalists and a Top-8 team overall. The Purple team consists of Kathryn Jakuback Burke, Rachel Chappell and Harrison Smith, and the Gold team consists of Jonathan Cobb, Charlotte Farshian, and Tyler White. The Law Center's Costello teams are coached by Lindsay Blouin ('12) and Joshua Newville ('12), of the East Baton Rouge Office of the Public Defender.
#LSULaw professor Ed Richards discusses President Trump's Executive Order Travel Ban while moderator and #LSULaw professor Ray Diamond looks on during Wednesday's panel discussion. Thank you to all who attended the forum and especially the panelists from #LSULaw, #LSU's Political Science Department, #LSU's Office of Diversity and #LSU International Studies.
#LSULaw will host a panel discussion Wednesday starting at 6 p.m.m on the #ExecutiveOrder #TravelBan. Experts from around the LSU campus will discuss the impact the Executive Order has in the context of immigration law, First Amendment and Equal Protection issues, government function and the #LSU community. Click the link in our bio for more information.
Congratulations to #LSULaw's Stutes-Kalinka National Tax Moot Court Competition Team, which placed as one of the top four teams in the nation and brought home a National Semifinalist title in this year’s competition. Team members are Jacob Irving, Danielle Sczesny and Russell Stutes III, and the team is coached by Professor Elizabeth Carter and Professor Philip Hackney (’01). Way to go!
On Monday, #LSULaw's Hispanic Law Student Association will discuss how #Cuba and the United States will be impacted from ending the wet foot/dry foot policy that has been in place since the 1990s. Ph.D. student Liz Lebrón has extensively researched Latin American politics, attitudes, and relations. For more information, click the link in our bio. 🇨🇺🇺🇸
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