"I've been blessed to get to know some really great people while in law school; people I hope will be lifelong friends and colleagues. The student body represents a variety of different personalities and backgrounds, but we share the common bond of having endured the tough (and funny!) aspects of law school together."(more)
Michelle Shamblin Stratton, a 2009 graduate of the LSU Law Center, served as a law clerk to United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas for the 2011-12 term of the Court. Stratton is the first LSU Law graduate to serve as a Supreme Court law clerk.
The Program is open to all U.S. students that have completed one year of law school, as well as students from foreign law schools with comparable credentials. All classes are conducted in English and meet four times a week, Monday through Thursday, between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m.
For more information please see the Lyon Program's website. The Program Director is Professor Wendell H. Holmes, who can be reached at email@example.com or 225-578-8701.