Emerging Issues at the Intersection of Energy and natural resources – LSU LAW CENTER

Cosponsored by the john b. laborde energy law center, the Journal of energy law and resources,
the LSU School of the Coast and Environment, and Campanile Charities

March 4, 2016

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LSU Law Center, McKernan Law Auditorium (1 East Campus Drive, Baton Rouge)


Earn up to 5.5 Louisiana CLE credits, 5.5 Texas CLE credits, 5.5 Mississippi CLE credits.

Your MCLE attendance reporting form will be distributed at the registration table upon check-in. In order to receive Louisiana MCLE credit for the seminar, you must complete and return one MCLE form to us at the end of the seminar. Know your bar number. Need credit for another bar or professional association? We will work with you to report to those entities; see one of our onsite staff.

Seminar Materials

PDF materials will be available approximately one week before the seminar. Instructions on how to download PDF materials will be included in your confirmation letter, sent via email and snail mail immediately upon registration. Because neither internet access nor electrical outlets are guaranteed, we suggest that you either print or save the PDF materials to your desktop, and fully charge your batteries, if you wish to review them at the seminar.

Cancellation/TRANSFER Policy

Cancellation and transfer requests must be received in our office in writing, by email, fax or mail, no later than 4:30 p.m., one week prior to the seminar. Timely cancellations will be honored with a refund less a $50 cancellation fee (no fee for free registrations). Transfer requests may only be granted to seminars within the same fiscal year (July – June). Requests must be addressed to our office: LSUcle, LSU Law Bldg., Room W203, 110 Union Square, Baton Rouge, LA 70803-0106, and may be faxed to (225) 578-5842 or e-mailed to lsucle@law.lsu.edu.

 Parking on the LSU Campus

The LSU Law Center does not govern parking on or near its campus. Parking policy for all LSU campus parking lots is handled by LSU Parking and Transportation Services. There are no longer any free lots on campus, and the LSU Law Center is no longer afforded any discounted parking for its guests.

We recommend parking in the Union Square Garage (see #9 on the map) at a cost of $12 per day (payable with your seminar registration). Attendees wishing to park in the North Fraternity lot (X60 – # 8 on the map), on the other side of University High School, may still do so; however, there is now a $10 daily fee to do so. You must first obtain a parking tag from the Visitor Information Center (see #10 on the map).

WARNING: Parking is limited. Our seminars may be competing for garage space with other campus events. We recommend arriving 15-30 minutes early.

Directions to the Union Square Parking Garage can be found here.

Directions to the LSU Law Center and Area HotelsUnion Square

Click here  to view/print directions to the LSU Law Center. The directions will include a map of available parking, including the Union Square Parking Garage next door.

Click here for a list of Baton Rouge hotels.

On-Campus Accommodations

Attendees interested in on-campus hotel accommodations for the seminar, may contact The Cook Hotel on campus at (225) 383-2665 and identify themselves as “LSU Law Center Energy Law Attendees.” Do not delay. If you are not successful in getting a room, visit www.lsucle.org/directions for a list of other area hotels.


Print your confirmation letter (sent via US mail and email) and verify your registration selection. Alert us; to any errors.
Book your hotel and plan your travel route. View this map for parking and landmarks.
Alert CLE staff to any special assistance/accommodations requests (including meal restrictions – advance notice is required).
Download and review PDF materials one week prior to the seminar: