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LSU Law Alum To Give Presentation on International Careers
Dan Stigall (’00) will give a presentation to LSU Law students on International Careers on Monday, November 3 at 3:00 p.m. in room 110.

Currently a Trial Attorney with the Office of International Affairs at the U.S. Department of Justice, Mr. Stigall has international legal experience as a military lawyer in Europe and the Middle East. Fluent in French, Mr. Stigall is well published, including in the Louisiana Law Review, and is a member of Juris Diversitas, a Comparative Law international network.

Class of 2015 Celebrates Hats ‘n Canes
The Class of 2015 celebrates Hats 'n Canes on October 25, 2014. The Class of 2015 celebrates Hats 'n Canes on October 25, 2014.

The Class of 2015 celebrated the annual Hats ‘n Canes celebration on Saturday, October 25. The graduating class gathered on the front steps of the Old Law Building sporting black hats and carrying canes, as Chancellor Jack Weiss toasted the class using the cane of the Law School’s first dean, Joseph Kelly.

The annual Hats ‘n Canes tradition began in 1930 when seniors carried black canes with curved handles and silver bands engraved with the student’s name, year of graduation, and the words, “The LSU Law School.”

Historical reference: W. Lee Hargrave. LSU Law: The Louisiana State University Law School from 1906 to 1977.

Dan Stigall (’00) Presents “Transnational Crime and the Other End of the Targeting Spectrum”
L to R: George Hardy, Professor Olivier Moreteau, Dan Stigall ('00), Meredith Soniat, Gaelle Forget and Anouk Gueroult-Bellone L to R: George Hardy, Professor Olivier Moreteau, Dan Stigall ('00), Meredith Soniat, Gaelle Forget and Anouk Gueroult-Bellone at Mr. Stigall's presentation.

LSU Law alum Dan Stigall (’00) returned to the Law Center on November 3, to present “Transnational Crime and the Other End of the Targeting Spectrum.” The International Law Society and the Civil Law Society sponsored the presentation.

In addition to discussing transnational crime, Stigall offered the students helpful tips on how they may embark on an international law career. For example, he suggested developing foreign language skills, building on their comparative law background and looking at all federal agencies that handle international and transnational matters.

Currently a Trial Attorney with the Office of International Affairs at the U.S. Department of Justice, Mr. Stigall has international legal experience as a military lawyer in Europe and the Middle East. Fluent in French, Mr. Stigall is well published, including in the Louisiana Law Review, and is a member of Juris Diversitas, a Comparative Law international network.

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