Professor Elizabeth Carter was reappointed by LSU to serve on the Louisiana Tax Institute. On March 4, Carter presented “Joint Representation in Prenuptial Agreements” at the ACTEC (American College of Trusts and Estates Counsel) Annual Meeting, and was also part of a panel presentation titled “Representing Estate Planning Clients During and After Divorce."
Professor Madalyn Wasilczuk and adjunct Professor Jack Harrison were quoted in “The City Where Police Unleash Dogs on Black Teens,” a joint investigation of The Marshall Project and The Advocate.
Professor Clare Ryan will moderate the inaugural symposium of the LSU Law Journal for Social Justice & Policy on March 19, which features a panel of five distinguished legal scholars speaking on the topic of "Fighting White Supremacy in the 21st Century." Get more information about the symposium.
Professor Keith Hall is a co-author of the fourth edition of the book “International Petroleum Law and Transactions,” which was recently published in a traditional printed format, after having been published last autumn in an e-book format. Hall spoke on a panel addressing oil and gas issues affected by carbon capture and storage projects during the LSU Journal of Energy Law & Resources Annual Symposium on Feb. 5. Also serving on the panel were LSU emeritus Professor Patrick H. Martin and LSU adjunct Professor Patrick S. Ottinger.
Professor Christina Sautter will present her work-in-progress tentatively entitled "Corporate Governance Gaming" on March 19 virtually at the University of South Carolina School of Law. The article explores the impact of the recent GameStop and meme-stock trading frenzy on corporate governance.