Jason St. Julien
I consider myself fortunate to have the friendships I have created thus far at the Law Center. The students I have met come from a wide array of backgrounds and their stories are equally diverse and interesting. There is a sense of unity and companionship throughout the Law Center that is fostered by our common goal to become successful practicing lawyers. I look forward to continuing these relationships long after leaving the halls of the Law Center.(more)
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.
About the Law Center
As a truly bijural institution, the LSU Law Center is one of the leading comparative law schools in the world. Our exceptional faculty is fully knowledgeable about both the civil law and common law systems. Renowned international scholars and practitioners visit the LSU Law Center each semester to teach specialized short courses. Whether addressing transnational commercial transactions, international litigation and arbitration, or global intellectual property rights, our graduate program candidates resolve complex legal issues in the classroom first, before facing these same issues in real life, and all under the watchful eyes of experts with the experience to guide them to success.
The LSU Law Library, one of the top 20 law libraries in the U.S., has a full complement of state, federal, and international legal materials, and one of the finest comparative law collections from around the world.
LL.M. students are fully integrated into LSU life. Cheer for the LSU Tigers football team, join a pick-up soccer match, or catch beads at Mardi Gras.