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LSU Law to Provide Assistance for Students, Faculty and Staff Affected by Flood

As we finish our first day of classes, I wanted to update you on what we are doing for people who have not been able to make it to classes, discuss opportunities to help others and to get assistance, and invite you to lunch tomorrow (Thursday). Let me begin with lunch. Tomorrow, we will have pizza and water for all students, faculty, and staff in the student lounge from noon until 1:30 PM (or when food runs out).

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LSU Law Center Will Open, Classes to Resume Wednesday

The LSU Law Center will be open and classes will begin Wednesday. It will be good to get back to doing what we do best: teaching and learning in a collaborative educational setting.

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UPDATE: LSU Law Classes Canceled Tuesday Due to Flooding

LSU has just announced that, other than some limited activities, the campus will be closed tomorrow (Tuesday). That means there will be no Law Center classes tomorrow. We promise that as soon as we know about classes and reopening on Wednesday, we will let you know. Keep checking for emails, texts, tweets, and posts.

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MPRE Test Scheduled for Sat., Aug. 13 Cancelled

The MPRE scheduled for Sat., Aug. 13 at LSU has been cancelled.

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LSU Law Professor Chris Tyson Pens Op-Ed in Wake of Alton Sterling Shooting

In the wake of the Alton Sterling shooting and resulting protests in Baton Rouge, LSU Law professor Christopher Tyson penned an op-ed piece “The City Where I Live and Where Alton Sterling Died,” which was published by the New York Times. In the editorial, Tyson reflects on the community in which he was raised, the issues surrounding it and the work that must be done to bring attention to these problems.

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Amond Selected as American Law Institute CLE Scholarship and Leadership Award Recipient

LSU Law Center Class of 2016 graduate Kristen Amond was recently selected as the school’s recipient of the American Law Institute CLE Scholarship and Leadership Award.

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Holiday Closure

The law library will be closed Thursday, December 24 – Friday, January 1 for the holiday break and will reopen on Saturday, January 2. Check the Library Hours page for further information. Happy holidays!

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Holiday Closure

The law library will be closed Thursday, December 24 – Friday, January 1 for the holiday break and will reopen on Saturday, January 2. Check the Library Hours page for further information. Happy holidays!

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Petit and Sprinkle Win 2015 Robert E. Tullis Moot Court Competition

Congratulations to LSU Law Students Julien Petit and Richard Sprinkle, winners of the 2015 Robert Lee Tullis Moot Court Competition! The competition was held October 26 in the Robinson Courtroom.

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LSU Law Students Achieve State’s Highest Passage Rate on July 2015 Bar Exam

LSU Law Center students achieved the state’s highest passage rate among all examinees on the latest Louisiana State Bar Exam, according to results released October 9 by the Committee on Bar Admissions of the Supreme Court of Louisiana. The results are for test takers who sat for the statewide bar examination in July 2015.

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