The LSU Law Center held a Visiting Day for admitted students on March 2, giving them a firsthand look at life as an LSU Law student. In all, 27 students attended the event.
The day began with a welcome from Chancellor Jack Weiss and a panel discussion that consisted of Tracy Evans from Career Services, Robert Lancaster from Clinical Programs, Todd Bruno from the Moot Court Program, Professor Lee Ann Lockridge, and Megan LeBato, a third-year student.
Students also attended a mock class with Professor John Church, and an actual first-year class by Professors Paul Baier and Andrea Carroll. The day concluded with an optional tour of the Law Center by the Law Ambassadors.
The LSU Law Center annually enrolls approximately 215 students each fall.