Kristi Wagley Richard
"I am still amazed that I am taught by the people who actually had a hand in making the laws of the state or wrote the treatises that we all rely upon for help. Sometimes I feel as though I have a backstage pass to know what is going on and what the true intent of laws are by listening to their stories."
On average, every new job created in Louisiana's petroleum industry supports 5 additional jobs in other sectors of the state.
Support the Chancellor's Council
The Chancellor’s Council is the LSU Law Center’s leadership giving level for the Annual Fund. Founded in 1999 to stimulate loyalty among alumni and to set a stand of commitment that encourages support from others, the Chancellor’s Council recognizes alumni and friends whose generous support enables the Law Center to maintain its status as one of the top law schools in the country. Members contribute a minimum of $1,000 annually in unrestricted support of the Center’s programs and activities, while also providing annual student scholarships.
In addition to scholarships, unrestricted contributions support Moot Court and Trial Advocacy endeavors, the new clinical legal education program, student recruitment and placement efforts, and overall enhancements to student life.
We hope you’ll consider joining the Chancellor's Council!
Chancellor's Council Membership Levels
Annual Gifts to the Law Center
Donations may be made by check payable to the LSU Foundation (notation LSU Law Center Chancellor's Council) as a one-time payment or by installments or via credit card through a one-time payment or installments. Payments can also be through online giving.
Mail donations to:
LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center
For additional information, call Jane Hansen Dunn, 225/578-8644, or email Jane.Dunn@law.lsu.edu.