Scholarship & Service

Professor Bill Corbett is quoted by The Times Picayune | for its article "No human drivers required with autonomous vehicles, bill proposes."

Professors Ken Levy and Scott Sullivan are quoted by Louisiana Record for its article "Former district attorney accused of sexual extortion sued by alleged victim's mother."

Professor Elizabeth Carter is quoted by the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report for its article "Who knew what and when? Barrow letter to state AG calls into question Council on Aging’s explanation for possibly violating election laws."

Around Campus
It was a pleasure hosting the delegation of Nigerian Senators today at #LSULaw to discuss oil and gas regulations in the United States
Today is the final day of classes for the school year. Congratulations, students, on making it this far and good luck on your upcoming exams!
Thank you to #LSULaw alums Jennifer Mayberry, Jay Futrell and Jonathan Jarrett for speaking to Professor Elizabeth Carter's Family Law class today!
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.
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