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Winter 2015

Professor Michael Coenen's article, Combining Constitutional Clauses, has been accepted for publication in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review.

Professor Blake Hudson received the Nathalie Molton Gibbons Young Achiever's Award from the University of Montevallo.

Professor Hector Linares served as faculty for the Louisiana Public Defender Board's recent Juvenile Defender Training. He presented on the topics of Families in Need of Services and Developing a Theory of the Case. The training was held in Baton Rouge.

On February 2, Professor Philip Hackney took part in a conversation about the IRS and Nonprofits on "The Source," a Texas Public Radio Program.

Professor Robert Lancaster recently gave two presentations at the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts – Louisiana Annual Conference: Transformative, Facilitative, and Evaluative Mediation Models and Ethical Considerations in Family Mediation. Students from the LSU Civil Mediation Clinic assisted by serving as actors in a mediation role play that Professor Lancaster used to demonstrate different mediation styles.

Vice Chancellor Raymond Diamond appeared on LPB's Louisiana Public Square on January 28, to discuss "Louisiana After Ferguson: Who is Policing the Police in Louisiana?"

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On March 11, 2015, LSU Law Center Professors Alain Levasseur, J. Randall Trahan, and Associate Chancellor for the Law Library Beth Williams, will be among the speakers at a free CLE at the Louisiana Supreme Court, entitled “Dictionary of the Civil Code.” The lecture begins at 5:30 p.m. and will inform the Louisiana legal community of an important and useful new resource available to them and to explore the civil law of France through a Louisiana lens.
On February 26, 2015, the LSU Law Center faculty approved overwhelmingly the recommendation of a special faculty committee for significant changes in the Law Center’s program of study. With the vote, the Graduate Diploma in Comparative Law (DCL) will now become an option, rather than a requirement, for upperclass students.
As part of the ongoing application period for LSU Law students who are interested in taking a Clinic in the Fall 2015 semester, students are invited to an Open House on Monday, February 23, from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on the first floor of the old law building. Come and tour the LSU Law Clinic space and speak with professors and graduates of the program who are now practicing in the Baton Rouge area.
International oil and gas experts will gather at the LSU Law Center on March 12 and 13, 2015, for An International Offshore Oil and Gas Comparison, with a focus on the UK, Norway and USA. The symposium is presented by the LSU Journal of Energy Law and Resources and the Center for Continuing Professional Development. Register online today.
If you're thinking of applying to LSU Law and want to learn more about our school, you're invited to attend a Q&A Session on Wednesday, February 25 from 5:00 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. The session will be held in Room 216 at the LSU Law Center. You'll have an opportunity to visit with current LSU Law students, as well as our Admissions staff. Please register to attend. If you have any questions, please contact our Admissions Office at 225/578-8646 or
The Editorial Board of the LSU Journal of Energy Law & Resources recently announced the selection of the Volume IV Board of Editors

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