Scholarship & Service

Professor Ken Levy is quoted by The Daily Advertiser for its article "Searches to resume this weekend for Daisy Lynn Landry."

Professor Elizabeth Carter presented "Divorce and Bankruptcy Intersection: if it’s a real divorce, who owns what property and who decides that issue?" at the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees Conference on Sept. 14 in New Orleans.

Professor Ed Richards is quoted by the Washington Post for its article "Cost of cleaning up Harvey will bring new test of governance for Trump and GOP."

Around Campus
#LSULaw welcomed its latest LL.M. class with a wine and cheese reception on Tuesday. Welcome to LSU!
Thank you to Rick Bond of Clear Net Worth LLC for speaking to #LSULaw on financial planning, 401k, student loans, credit cards and more. Your talk was invaluable for law students about to begin their careers. 💵💜💛
Did you see #LSULaw 2L Anne Lanier on the Sept. 9 episode of Animal Planet’s “Pit Bulls & Parolees”? Anne adopted "big goofy marshmallow" Louie, a black lab with a big heart and lots of energy 💜💛🐶
The bracket is set for the fall 2017 #LSULaw Flory Mock Trial Competition. Which team will do all the way and claim the trophy this year? The final round will be held at 6 p.m. Oct. 5 in the LSU Law Courtroom
#LSULaw graduates of 51 or more years gathered for the annual Les Avocats reunion on Aug. 25 at the Lod Cook Conference Center. The Class of 1966 is the newest class to be added to this distinguished group of alumni.
Last week, #LSULaw hosted a delegation from the Korean Supreme Court to discuss multidistrict litigation in the United States
Happy Labor Day, Tigers! Have a relaxing day today #LSULaw
On Saturday morning, the LSU Law Public Interest Society traveled around Baton Rouge for its annual Fall Day of Service. PILS members volunteered at BREC Parks, Connections For Life, St. Vincent de Paul, and Companion Animal Alliance, doing various jobs at each location. Thank you to all the LSU Law students, faculty and staff who lent a helping hand.
Congratulations to Conner Fuselier and John Griffin, winners of the 2017 #LSULaw Opening Statement Competition! 🏆💜💛
#LSULaw professors Chris Tyson and Ray Diamond were panelists at Tuesday night's A Conversation on Charlottesville and its Aftermath at the LSU Law Center.
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