Richard J. Dodson Maritime Art Collection
Wednesday, Dec. 18 2019 - Thursday, Dec. 19 2019
Friday, Jan. 10 2020
Wednesday, Jan. 15 2020
Friday, Jan. 17 2020
Sunday, Jan. 19 2020
Professor Ken Levy is quoted by WAFB-TV in a story about a formal complaint that was filed against Louisiana Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin due to allegations that he endorsed others at a campaign rally in Monroe on Wednesday, Nov. 6.
Professor Clare Ryan presented her article, "Children as Bargaining Chips," at the McGill Faculty of Law Legal Theory Workshop in Montreal on Nov. 29. Her article, "The Law of Emerging Adults," will be published by the Washington University Law Review in January.
Professor Keith Hall spoke on the topic “Single Well Spacing and Pooling: State Spacing and Jurisdiction over Conservation” at the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation’s Advanced Landman’s Special Institute on Nov. 8 in Houston.
Professor Paul Baier’s biography of Colonel Frederick Bernays Wiener, "Written in Water: An Experiment in Legal Biography," is at Steve Errick’s Twelve Tables Press for publication in early 2020. Baier will present “Nazis in the Supreme Court,” Ch. XVIII at the annual meeting of the Faculty Division, Federalist Society, in Washington, D.C. in January, in connection with the 2020 AALS annual meeting. Baier’s biography of Wiener is the capstone of his scholarship over the course his 47 years at LSU Law. He is retiring in December.
Professor Lécia Vicente is featured on the Oxford Business Law blog. She is a Visiting Scholar at the Faculty of Law at the University of Helsinki, and will be presenting her comparative work on the ban of corporate farms in North Dakota and agribusiness in Brazil.