The Louisiana State University Law Center’s Advocacy Programs are one of the largest law student advocacy skills training programs in the United States. The program is jointly administered by members of the Law Center’s Professional Practice faculty, skilled alumni coaches, and the student-run Board of Advocates. With over 150 student participants annually participating in six different LSU-hosted internal advocacy competitions, over twenty-five traveling external moot court, mock trial, and ADR competition teams, and a robust series of skills workshops and boot camps, the LSU Law Center Advocacy Programs provide students with an exceptional array of opportunities to develop their skills as persuasive advocates. Please explore our site for more information about the various programs the Advocacy Programs offer, stop by our News section for updates on our most recent updates, or contact us for more information.
Please note: The LSU Law Center Advocacy Programs are an educational program and do not provide legal advice, opinions, or representation to members of the general public or other entities.