| L to R: Harold Gilley, Patricia Gilley, Professor Paul R. Baier, George M. Armstrong, Jr., Professor of Law, and Collins Meredith, 2L student.
Oyez! Oyez! Oyez! Two LSU Law alumni are set to argue before the Supreme Court of the United States in November.
“We are not ‘high building lawyers,’” said Attorney Patricia Gilley.
Mrs. Gilley describes her firm as a “Mom and Pop” shop. She and her husband of forty years, Harold Gilley, graduated from LSU Law in 1977. This husband and wife team now operates a family-run firm, Gilley & Gilley, in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Though she may be humble about her practice, Mrs. Gilley has reached the summit of any attorney’s career. She will argue the case of Henderson v. United States before the Supreme Court on November 28, 2012. At issue is the applicable standard to judge “plain error” under Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 52(b), also known as “the time of...
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