In The Spotlight


Kristen Amond discusses how the people at LSU Law set the program apart from others.

Events
Summer Classes End
Friday, Jul. 21 2017
Summer Exams
Monday, Jul. 24 2017 - Friday, Jul. 28 2017
Trial Advocacy Program
Monday, Aug. 7 2017 - Wednesday, Aug. 9 2017
Entering Class Orientation
Thursday, Aug. 10 2017 - Friday, Aug. 11 2017
Scholarship & Service

Professor Ken Levy's letter "Kennedy should oppose Bush nomination" was published by The Advocate.

Professor Christine Corcos' article "The Scrying Game: The First Amendment, the Rise of Spiritualism, and State Prohibition and Regulation of the Crafty Sciences, 1848-1944" was published in the Whittier Law Review.

Professor Ray Diamond was a panelist for the "Constitutional and Statutory Distinctions Between Concealed Carry and Open Carry” discussion at the Arkansas Bar Association's annual meeting on June 16.

Around Campus
Congratulations to #LSULaw 2017 graduate Matthew Boles, who was recently named the recipient of the Clinical Legal Education Association Outstanding Student Award for his work in the Immigration Law Clinic. Boles represented non-citizens in their defensive proceedings before the Executive Office of Immigration Review and affirmative applications with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Boles, left, is pictured with #LSULaw professor and LSU Immigration Law Clinic director Lauren Aronson.
Some students have more fun with Bar Exam studying at the #LSULaw Library than others 📖🌭📖🌭 #NationalHotDogDay
On May 25, #LSULaw officially renamed Classroom W-210 the “Cheney C. Joseph Classroom” in memory of our late professor and former interim dean. Thank you to the former students, friends and family who came to help dedicate the room in Cheney's honor. For more photos from the dedication, visit the #LSULaw Facebook page.
#LSULaw summer abroad students visited the International Labor Organization in Geneva, Switzerland, and got the opportunity to practice a hearing on international labor regulations #LSU #summerabroad
Congratulations to the #LSULaw Hispanic Law Students Association for winning the Louisiana State Bar Association's Guardian of Diversity Award! This award recognizes organizations that implement and advance diversity programs to promote and support diversity in the legal community. Way to Geaux! #LSU #Diversity #HLSA
Get walking, #LSULaw Class of 2017!
One more day! We're looking forward to seeing the #LSULaw Class of 2017 and their friends and family tomorrow at Commencement and the Order of the Coif ceremonies
A sneak peek at the Cheney C. Joseph Classroom, which #LSULaw will officially dedicate tomorrow during a ceremony beginning at 3 p.m.
Rising 2L M.J. Hernandez, center, was selected to be the #LSULaw Fellow in the 2017 Summer Access to Justice Leadership Program. Hernandez, sponsored by Baker Donelson law firm, was selected as LSU’s representative because of his outstanding academic success and his demonstrated potential to be future leader in the Louisiana Bar.
It was a pleasure hosting the delegation of Nigerian Senators today at #LSULaw to discuss oil and gas regulations in the United States
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