Professor Philip Hackney was interviewed by WWL-TV for its story "ProjectNOLA Crime Camera Fees Raise Questions About Nonprofit's Funding." Read and watch the story here.
Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by The Daily Beast for its article titled "Donald Trump Accused of Using His Charity as a Political Slush Fund." Read the article here.
On June 3, Professor Christine Corcos presented her work in progress, How Can It Not Know What It Is?, at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association in New Orleans.
On June 2, Professor Missy Lonegrass presented her work-in-progress, Lawmaking, Legitimacy, and Legislative Commentary at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association in New Orleans.
On May 20, Professor Missy Lonegrass presented her work-in-progress, Reconceptualizing Residential Tenancy as Property--A Theoretical and Doctrinal Approach, at the 7th Annual Meeting of the Association of Law, Property, and Society hosted by the School of Law of Queen's University Belfast.
Professor Robert Lancaster was recently invited to speak at the 36th Governor’s Conference on Juvenile Justice. He gave a lecture on the impact of family violence on child and adolescent development. Continue Reading
The LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center awarded degrees to 166 students during Commencement ceremonies held Friday at the Baton Rouge River Center, with Louisiana Governor and 1999 LSU Law graduate John Bel Edwards delivering the Commencement address.
Darrel J. Papillion, a partner in the Baton Rouge law firm of Walters, Papillion, Thomas, Cullens, L.L.C., was installed June 9 as the 76th president of the Louisiana State Bar Association (LSBA) during the LSBA’s Annual Meeting in Destin, Fla. Administering his oath of office was Louisiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Bernette Joshua Johnson.
The LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center is ranked in the top 50 in law schools across the nation by a pair of listings based on employment data. LSU Law is No. 43 by Above the Law and is No. 42 by National Law Journal, both rankings released in May 2016.
LSU Law Class of 2016 graduate Lauren Bradberry was recently honored with the 2016 Law Student Pro Bono Award, given by the Louisiana State Bar Association. Bradberry, a native of Gonzalez, La., received the award at a ceremony May 24 at the Louisiana Supreme Court in New Orleans.
LSU Law Class of 2016 graduate Brittany Holt recently was named the recipient of the Clinical Legal Education Association Outstanding Student Award for her work in both the Juvenile Defense Clinic and the Parole Assistance and Reentry Clinic.
LSU Law professor Edward Richards was recently named to the Editorial Board of the legal journal "Laws." Richards joins the 28-member board comprised of law professors from schools across the country.