Scholarship & Service

Professor Elizabeth Carter is quoted by the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report for its article “Disputed will in Council on Aging scandal settled, but controversy continues.”

Professor Bill Corbett presented a CLE talk on Recent Developments in Labor and Employment Law to the Labor and Employment Committee of the New Orleans Bar Association on March 8 at the NOBA Office.

Professor Ken Levy is quoted by The Advocate for its article "Experts question mother's arrest in crash that killed baby; off-duty cop going 94 mph remains on paid leave."

Around Campus
During their competition in Vegas, #LSULaw’s Gaming Law Moot Court team had lunch with Bill Boyd, executive chairman of Boyd Gaming Corporation. The students had the opportunity to speak with Bill about his experiences and the role of attorneys in the gaming industry 💜💛⚖️♠️♥️♣️♦️
Bracket already busted? Test your skills with #LSULaw's Dean's Cup Competition. The final round will be April 9 at 6 p.m. 💜💛⚖️
Torts class leave you with a sweet tooth? The Journal of Energy Law and Resources is holding a bake sale today and tomorrow on the first floor of #LSULaw 💜💛🍪🍰
The 📸  gallery of Erin Abrams and Justin DiCharia's win in the #LSULaw's Spring 2018 Flory Trial Competition is posted on the link in bio 💜💛⚖️
#LSULaw's Grad Fair for 3L students is today and tomorrow in the 1st floor lobby. Order your graduation robes and rings, take your composite photo, make your class gift, and sign up for the annual crawfish boil 💜💛🎓
From Vegas to NYC, good luck to #LSULaw's 3 moot court teams as they compete this week! 💜💛⚖️
On #InternationalWomensDay, we remember Kate Wallach - a powerhouse librarian and legal scholar whose time at #LSULaw transformed the library and impacted many of our students’ lives. Click the link in bio to read more about Dr. Wallach's distinguished career and the impact she made on the LSU Law Center 💜💛⚖️
Congratulations to Erin Abrams and Justin DiCharia, winners of #LSULaw Spring 2018 Ira S. Flory Mock Trial Competition! 💜💛⚖️🏆
#LSULaw’s advocacy teams were busy this weekend. The AAJ Student Trial Advocacy Competition team of Erin Abrams, Conner Fuselier, Mason Hebert, and John Griffin competed in regional rounds in Birmingham, Ala. The Gabrielli Family Law Moot Court team of David Scotton, Aimee Simon, and Chris Alderman advanced to the Round of 16 in Albany, N.Y. And Conner LeBlanc and Christine Colwell made history as the first #LSULaw team to compete in Fordham Law School's National Basketball Negotiation Competition. Congratulations to everyone on their great performances! 💜💛🐯⚖️
Good luck to #LSULaw’s Gabrielli National Family Law Moot Court Competition team as they compete this weekend in Albany, NY! The team of David Scotton, Aimee Simon, and Chris Alderman advanced out of the preliminary rounds on Thursday and are into the Round of Sixteen! 💜💛⚖️
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