Category Archives: Clinics & Externships
The LSU Immigration Law Clinic recently attained legal status for three clients over the summer.
Applications for Fall 2016 Clinics and Externships are now open online. If you are interested in learning more about this program, please visit the Clinics & Externships website. You will find the link to the application there, as well. The deadline to apply is Friday, March 4th at noon and registration for Fall begins March […]
Aaron Hubbard (’16) wrote a featured article, “Mediation and Religion: General Attitudes of Three Major Religions in the United States,” in the most recent issue of the Louisiana Bar Journal.
Five LSU Law students recently experienced what it is like to prepare for—and ultimately argue—before the Louisiana Supreme Court. It was an opportunity that many seasoned lawyers never experience, according to Professor Robert Lancaster, Director of the LSU Law Clinical Education Program. The students, Ben Aguinaga, Alexier Barbour, Ashley Jackson, Victoria Jowers and Lance Neyland spent this semester working on the appeal in the case of State ex rel. Herbert Nicholson, Petitioner-Appelant v. State of Louisiana, Respondent-Appelle. Their work culminated on March 16, as Aguinaga presented the oral argument before the Louisiana Supreme Court.
LSU Law students Ben Aguinaga, Alexier Barbour, Ashley Jackson, Victoria Jowers and Lance Neyland have spent this semester working on the appeal in the case of State ex rel. Herbert Nicholson, Petitioner-Appelant v. State of Louisiana, Respondent-Appelle. Their work will culminate on Monday, March 16, as Aguinaga presents the oral argument before the Louisiana Supreme Court.
Professor Hector Linares has been recognized as a national juvenile defense ‘trailblazer’ by the National Juvenile Defender Center (NJDC). NJDC acknowledges Professor Linares’ contributions in training juvenile defenders nationwide on best practices in juvenile defense and his development of the LSU Juvenile Defense Clinic which has an outstanding record with nearly a third of clinic graduates establishing a career in juvenile and criminal justice.
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.
East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney Hillar Moore recently administered the “oath of office” to the newest participants of the LSU Law Prosecution Clinic. Brad Canmer, Kiara Gradney, Alexandra Porubsky, Mary Tate, Deana Candler Wallace, Matthew Kelley and Joseph LeBeau will serve as Special Assistant District Attorneys for the 2015 spring semester. The Law Clinic […]
LSU Law students in the Parole Assistance & Reentry Clinic successfully obtained early release for the clients they represent before the Louisiana Board of Pardons, Committee on Parole. Registration in this clinic for spring 2015 is now open for 3L’s.
Civil Mediation Clinic Provides Opportunities to Develop Dispute Resolution and Negotiation Techniques
The Civil Mediation Clinic (CMC) is an intensive program that trains second and third year law students in dispute resolution techniques and negotiation theory in order for them to mediate live cases for members of the public. During the semester, the students must devote 150 hours of their time in class sessions, discussions, exercises, writing […]