"The accessibility of the faculty really sticks out, both regarding class material and outside interests. Whether it was playing a round of golf with Professor Chris Pietruszkiewicz or talking college football with Professor Bill Corbett, I always felt at ease in my interactions with the faculty."
The LSU Law Center is named in honor of Paul M. Hebert, dean of the school from 1937 - 1977. During that time, Hebert also served periodically as Acting President of LSU, Dean of the University, and Civilian Judge in the Nuremberg Tribunal. LSU Law Center's global role as a center for legal scholarship is rooted in his expansion and guidance of the school's research and study assets.
Reunion RecapGLOCK: The Rise of America’s Gun (2012), a New York Times bestseller. Joining Mr. Barrett for a panel discussion were Professors Margaret Thomas, Micheal Coenen, and Kat Macfarlane.
Later that same evening, a dinner reception was held at the Capitol Park Museum in downtown Baton Rouge, where guests were treated to outstanding food, drinks, a jazz band and tours of the museum.
The following day, reunion guests attended the All-Alumni Tailgate and Hats N Canes celebration on the grounds of the Old Law Building, prior to the LSU vs. Kent State football game. Food, fun and merriment was the theme of the day, and numerous alumni, family and friends turned out for a wonderful end to a festive reunion weekend. View photo gallery.
Thanks to the Classes of 1993 and 1973 for their LSU Law Center Scholarship fund drives as part of the reunion activities.