Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by Tax Analytics in its article "End to Church Politicking Prohibition Included in GOP Platform." Read the article here.
Professor Ken Levy is quoted by the Baton Rouge Business Report in its article "Federal guidelines may make it easier to hold high level executives accountable for corporate misconduct." Read the article here.
Professor Chris Tyson's editorial "A Slain Officer’s Example for Us All" was recently published by the New York Times. Read the editorial here.
Professor Ken Levy's editorial "If You Don't Support Gun Control, Then You Don't Support the Police" was recently published by CounterPunch.org. Read the editorial here.
Professor Elizabeth Carter's article "Rethinking Premarital Agreements: A Collaborative Approach" was recently published by the New Mexico Law Review. Read the article here.
Professor Paul Baier was interviewed by the ABA Journal for its article "Oyez website finds sponsors to take over its Supreme Court audio archives." Read the story here. Continue Reading
The LSU Immigration Law Clinic recently attained legal status for three clients over the summer.
While externing with the Harris County District Attorney’s Office in Houston, LSU Law Class of 2017 student Tyler White recently tried and won his first criminal trial.
All LSU Law students participating in the study abroad program in France have been accounted for and are safe in the wake of the tragic events at the Bastille Day celebration in Nice, France, on Thursday.
In the wake of the Alton Sterling shooting and resulting protests in Baton Rouge, LSU Law professor Christopher Tyson penned an op-ed piece “The City Where I Live and Where Alton Sterling Died,” which was published by the New York Times. In the editorial, Tyson reflects on the community in which he was raised, the issues surrounding it and the work that must be done to bring attention to these problems.
The JELR Board of Editors is pleased to announce the Junior Associate Class of Volume 5 of the Journal of Energy Law and Resources.
The Editorial Board of Volume 77 of the Louisiana Law Review is proud to announce and congratulate those students who have been accepted as Junior Associates for Volume 77.