"LSU Law offers not just simply an education, but a community of professors and administrators who truly care about each student or prospective student on a personal and educational level."
Michelle Shamblin Stratton, a 2009 graduate of the LSU Law Center, served as a law clerk to United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas for the 2011-12 term of the Court. Stratton is the first LSU Law graduate to serve as a Supreme Court law clerk.
Students may choose to live on campus in East Campus Apartments located directly across the street from the Law Center. To access more information regarding East Campus Apartments and to see a detailed description of the apartments, please visit the housing website at www.lsu.edu/housing. Interested students must submit their housing application to the Law Center for processing.
In addition there are several apartment complexes with affordable rates within close proximity to the Law Center.
If you are interested in looking off-campus for accommodations, visit LSU’s Off-Campus Housing Locator here: http://offcampushousing.lsu.edu/. This site includes properties for rent and sale, as well as message boards to find roommates, buy and sell furniture, and a resource center with information on safety, links to helpful LSU departments and visitor information. The site is a user-friendly, searchable database for students that includes photographs and floor plans; maps showing the housing location's proximity to the LSU campus; direct links to a property owner's or manager's e-mail, website and application for lease, as well as unlimited text descriptions and lists of amenities
For more information regarding housing, please contact Laurel Miceli, LSU Law Center, at Laurel.Miceli@law.lsu.edu.