Professor Robert Lancaster was quoted in The New York Times in an article featuring the LSU Parole & Reentry Clinic’s successful representation of Fair Wayne Bryant. Professor Lancaster represented Mr. Bryant before the Louisiana Committee on Parole. Mr. Bryant was released after serving 24 years as a habitual offender following a conviction for attempted burglary of an inhabited dwelling — for attempting to steal a pair of hedge clippers. Mr. Bryant’s case received national attention after Chief Justice Bernette Johnson wrote a scathing dissent when the Louisiana Supreme Court denied a writ challenging the constitutionality of his life sentence. Mr. Bryant’s release has also been covered by numerous national news outlets including The Washington Post and National Public Radio.
Professor Ken Levy was interviewed by Spectrum News 1 D.C. Bureau Reporter Eva McKend about textualism and originalism.
Professor Robert Lancaster participated in the “International Symposium of Juris Master Education” at the China University of Political Science and Law in Bejing, China on Oct. 10. Through Zoom, the symposium brought together legal educators from around the world to enhance legal education in China. Professor Lancaster spoke about “Engaging Law Students in Legal Reform.”
Professor Bill Corbett accepted an offer of publication from the Oklahoma Law Review for his article "Intolerable Asymmetry and Uncertainty: Congress Should Right the Wrongs of the Civil Rights Act of 1991."
Professor Keith Hall is one of the editors of the book The Regulation of Decommissioning, Abandonment and Reuse Initiatives in the Oil and Gas Industry, which was recently published by Wolters Kluwer. Hall also authored a chapter in the book.