Category Archives: Student
The Editorial Board of Volume 77 of the Louisiana Law Review is proud to announce and congratulate those students who have been accepted as Junior Associates for Volume 77.
Hosted in the historic law school of Université Jean Moulin- Lyon III, the program allows students to earn up to seven credits in interesting comparative and international law topics, from migration and refugee law, to international sales and copyright law, and even courses on wine laws.
Four students working with LSU Immigration Law Clinic successfully argued cases for their clients in recent court cases. Class of 2017 students Lindsay Elliott-Smith, Kameron Keene and Logan Luquette each obtained Legal Permanent Resident status for their clients, who hailed from Mexico and Yemen.
The LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center is ranked in the top 50 in law schools across the nation by a pair of listings based on employment data. LSU Law is No. 43 by Above the Law and is No. 42 by National Law Journal, both rankings released in May 2016.
LSU Law Class of 2016 graduate Lauren Bradberry was recently honored with the 2016 Law Student Pro Bono Award, given by the Louisiana State Bar Association. Bradberry, a native of Gonzalez, La., received the award at a ceremony May 24 at the Louisiana Supreme Court in New Orleans.
LSU Law Class of 2016 graduate Brittany Holt recently was named the recipient of the Clinical Legal Education Association Outstanding Student Award for her work in both the Juvenile Defense Clinic and the Parole Assistance and Reentry Clinic.
The LSU Law Center has announced the names of those law students who earned academic honors for the Spring 2016 semester. Fifty students were awarded the Paul M. Hebert Scholar honor, and 78 students were selected to be Dean’s Scholars.
The LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center awarded degrees to 166 students during Commencement ceremonies held Friday at the Baton Rouge River Center, with Louisiana Governor and 1999 LSU Law graduate John Bel Edwards delivering the Commencement address.
The LSU Law Center will recognize graduates for academic honors during upcoming Commencement exercises set for Friday, May 27, 2016 at the Baton Rouge River Center.
The LSU Law Center has moved up six spots to No. 34 in the nation for the excellence of its moot court program in rankings released by the Blakley Advocacy Institute at the University of Houston Law Center.