Professor Ray Diamond was an invited participant at the Connecticut Law Review symposium, "History and the Tulsa Race Massacre - What’s Law Got To Do With it?" on Oct. 22. The paper Professor Diamond presented along with his coauthor Robert Cottrol of George Washington School of Law is entitled “To Render Them Defenseless: The Unintended Legacy of The Tulsa Race Riot To 21st Century Urban America.”
Professor Elizabeth Carter will be a presenter at the Duke University Estate Planning Conference on Drafting Medical Powers of Attorney and Advance Directives on Oct. 22.
Professor Ed Richards, director of the Climate Change Law and Policy Project, participated in a panel discussion, “Vaccines: Freedom, Fear & Facts,” which aired on Louisiana Public Broadcasting's "Louisiana Public Square" on Sept. 28.
Professor Heidi Thompson presented "Scoring a Perfect 10 in Legal Writing" at the 2021 Appellate Advocacy Seminar's Writing Workshop in New Orleans on Oct. 4.
Professor Marlene Krousel presented "Asking Effective Questions (Statements of the Issues)" at the 2021 Appellate Advocacy Seminar's Writing Workshop in New Orleans on Oct. 4.
Professor Bill Corbett has accepted an offer of publication for his article, "Cross-Statute Employment Discrimination Claims and the Need for a 'Super Statute," in the Washington University Law Review.
Professor Keith Hall has been appointed to serve on a committee created by the Louisiana State Senate to study potential reforms to Louisiana’s oil and gas risk fee statute.
Professor Ray Diamond has published “Refusing Representation and Renewal: Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.’s Experience and Its Impact on Challenges to the Presidential Election of 2020,” 85 Boulé Journal 72 (2021).