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Lauren DiLeo

"It's important to jump into things and get involved and that's what I did — socially, academically, and extracurricular activity. I have no regrets or missed opportunities and law school was a great period of time in my life."

Louisiana's refineries spent a massive $2.9 billion on capital expenditures in 2009.

Civil Law Online

The Center of Civil Law Studies and the LSU Law Library are undertaking the digitalization of a unique collection of civil law resources, made freely accessible in this electronic database. Civil Law Online includes extensive Louisiana materials as well as sources from other civil law jurisdictions around the world.

Civil Law Online currently includes civil codes and legislation. The project will gradually start to incorporate academic writings, such as books, law review articles, graduate papers, translations, and research guides, together with many original LSU materials. Civil Law Online also provides web links to other websites that include civil law materials.

Civil Law Online is produced by the CCLS, and the materials are selected from the LSU Law Library catalogue with the support of the LSU Law Library librarians.

Unless otherwise indicated, published materials are free from copyright.

For comments and proposals contact ccls@law.lsu.edu.

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