"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."
LSU Law delivers unusual value. In 2012, National Jurist/pre-Law Magazine ranked the LSU Law Center as the # 3 Best Value Law School in the nation. Tuition and fees for 2012-13 is $18,618 for residents and $36,006 for non-residents, a considerable value when compared with private school tuitions or out-of-state fees at other public universities.
The Newsletter keeps you informed of the activities of the Russell B. Long Eminent Scholars Academic Chair and the Center of Civil Law Studies, as well as any related programs at the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center.