Daniel Bosch, a 2020 LSU Law graduate and Order of the Barristers inductee, will remain at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center as the new Advocacy Fellow.
Bosch will work with Professor Jeff Brooks in the administration, coaching, and preparation of students for moot court, mock trial, and alternative dispute resolution competitions.
“I am very excited that Danny is returning to LSU Law as our new Advocacy Fellow,” says Brooks, Preis PLC Director of Advocacy and Professional Practice and Director of Professional Practice. “As a law student and member of our Board of Advocates, Danny demonstrated exemplary advocacy skills, extraordinary logistical skills, and a talent for coaching and mentoring. I look forward to working with him this year as our program transitions into a new world of online advocacy competitions.”
As a law student, Bosch served as Vice-President of Judicial Relations for the Board of Advocates and was an active and successful participant in LSU Law’s Advocacy Programs, placing as a National Semifinalist at the National Energy & Sustainability Law Moot Court Competition and as a Semifinalist in LSU Law’s Tullis Moot Court Competition. He also served as the Senior Articles Editor for Volume VIII of the LSU Journal of Energy Law and Resources and was an Academic Tutor for Professor Olivier Moréteau for first-year Legal Traditions & Systems.
Prior to his legal studies, Bosch earned a Master’s in Public Administration and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from LSU and worked for the Louisiana Legislature, the Louisiana Secretary of State, and the United States Senate.
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