Quote from Students and Faculty
Class of 2016
"When comparing law schools, I was extremely concerned about not only the quality of my legal education, but also the amount of money I would end up paying for that education. I was accepted to multiple schools all over the country but stuck with LSU because I will graduate with a smaller amount of debt and will have received an excellent education."
Did you know?
Ben Aguiñaga, a 2015 graduate of the LSU Law Center, was selected to serve as a law clerk to United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito for the 2018-19 term of the Court. Ben is the second LSU Law graduate to obtain a prestigious Supreme Court clerkship.