"This is the first time I am living on my own. Louisiana is a very different state than Florida, and I was put into an extremely academically competitive environment, far surpassing what I was used to. I believe that these experiences will prepare me for any challenge I may face in the future."(more)
92% of graduates of the Class of 2013 (with 98% reporting) were employed as of 9 months after graduation. Some 69% of the graduates were employed in positions where bar passage was required; an additional 14% were employed in positions where J.D. was an advantage. Click here for the Employment and Salary report.
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.