"When comparing law schools, I was extremely concerned about not only the quality of my legal education, but also the amount of money I would end up paying for that education. I was accepted to multiple schools all over the country but stuck with LSU because I will graduate with a smaller amount of debt and will have received an excellent education."
In 2012, another 2009 graduate, Michael deBarros became the first LSU law graduate to serve as a law clerk to a member of the Constitutional Court of South Africa. deBarros clerked for Justice Bess Nkimbinde.
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