Professor Keith Hall and Professor Nick Bryner are quoted by Baton Rouge Business Report in a story about the potential impacts of the U.S. Supreme Court West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency decision, which states the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency currently does not have the authority to regulate carbon emissions from power plants.
Professor Lisa Avalos was quoted by Rueters, WBTS-CD, and WWL-TV on separate stories about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which overruled Roe v. Wade andPlanned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey.
Professor Keith Hall participated in the 43rd Annual Energy & Mineral Law Institute in Amelia Island, Florida on June 12-14. Three LSU Law School students — James Anderson, Chancellor Cranford, and Amanda Johnson — also attended, with each of the students receiving either a scholarship or a travel stipend from the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation. Professor Keith Hall also participated in the Foundation for Natural Resources and Energy Law’s quarterly Program Committee Meeting in Denver, Colorado on June 9 and the organization’s quarterly Board of Directors Meeting in Denver on June 10.
Professor Jeff Brooks recently presented on the “Intersection of Advocacy Programs, Advocacy Courses, and the Bar Exam” at the Educating Advocacy Teachers (EATS) Conference, hosted by Stetson University College of Law. He also presented on the basics of oral argument for the Louisiana Bar Association’s annual “Suit Up for the Future” Legal Institute and Internship Program.
Professor Christine Corcos published “Cyborgs, Replicants, and Other Human/Artificial “Hybrids” in Science Fiction and Law” in The Digital Constitutionalist.