Scholarship & Service

Professor Ken Levy wrote an editorial for The Hill titled "Judge Gorsuch's strict 'originalism' puts justice itself at stake."

Professor Elizabeth Carter is quoted by the Baton Rouge Business Report for its article "Legislative auditor wraps up one investigation into the Council on Aging, may start another."

Professor Philip Hackney was interviewed by NPR's Morning Edition for its story "Activists Plan 'Tax Day' Marches Calling For Release Of Trump's Taxes."

Around Campus
How #PILS celebrates the end of the year down on the bayou #LSULaw #Crawfish
#TBT to last week when Louisiana Commissioner of Administration Jay Dardenne spoke to #LSULaw's admitted students to the Class of 2020 outside the state Capitol
It’s a pleasure hosting the #LSULaw Class of 2020 and their families today. We look forward to seeing everyone in class this fall! 💜💛
#LSULaw's Advocacy Programs celebrated another great year last night with its yearly banquet at the Lod Cook Alumni Center. The Law Center honored its moot court and trial advocacy competition teams, internal advocacy competition winners, and the outgoing and incoming members of the Trial Advocacy and Moot Court Boards. Thanks for a great year!
Congratulations to Alaina Richard, winner of the 2017 #LSULaw Dean's Cup Moot Court Competition!
Thank you to Kevin Sack for speaking to #LSULaw this afternoon about his reporting of the shootings and trial of Dylan Roof
#LSULaw student Leah Brett talks to @brproudnews about tonight's Legislative Preview on the upcoming session. The town hall starts at 6 p.m. at LSU Law Center.
Patrick Schmidt took home first place at #LSULaw’s Race Judicata 5K on Wed. — squeaking by his nearest competitor by more than two minutes 👟💜💛
#LSULaw students and faculty members “Paused for a Cause” on March 25 when they volunteered at four sites across Baton Rouge. Students partnered with Volunteers in Public Schools to organize the library at McKinley High School, sorted more than 20,000 pounds of food at the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank, built organizational shelving at Connections for Life Thrift Store, and performed general cleaning and upkeep at @CatHavenBR.
Congratulations to Quinn Brown and Caila Cleary, winners of the #LSULaw Spring 2017 Ira S. Flory Mock Trial Competition! Brown and Cleary represented the defense in the final round that was presided over by U.S. District Judges Brian Jackson, James Brady and Shelly Dick, and U.S. Magistrate Judge Erin Wilder-Doomes. Congratulations to Brown and Cleary and all the #LSULaw students who competed in the competition 💜💛🏆
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