"We have reached out in a number of ways through CLE to get a tremendous number of alumni involved in planning and presenting programs. Almost every CLE program – and we have more than anyone else in the state – is guided by an alumni committee."
In 2012, the LSU Law Center received formal approval from the Louisiana Board of Regents and the LSU Board of Supervisors to establish an Energy Law Center, the first such center in Louisiana and one of a handful operating in law schools nationwide. The Center prepares lawyers for the full range of 21st century practice in the complex world of energy law. The Graduate Certificate in Energy Law and Policy (the “Energy Certificate”) allows the Paul M. Hebert Law Center to officially recognize students who have demonstrated substantial competence in the study of energy law and related subject matter.
Enrollment and Registration
Students register for Law 5614-Section 1 at the time designated for Spring registration (October 15—3Ls, October 16—2Ls). Students will be split into their preferred section once assigned.
Complete the separate Apprenticeship Week Application by Friday, October 19 at 5 pm.YOU WILL BE PURGED FROM CLASSES IF YOU FAIL TO COMPLETE THE APPRENTICESHIP WEEK APPLICATION BY THE DEADLINE. You may register and apply for Apprenticeship Week after the October 19 deadline, but you will be matched in classes based on available space.
Professor Church will evaluate the applications and match students into sections based prerequisites, preference rankings, class, backgrounds, expressions of interest, and other relevant factors. THIS MAY RESULT IN PLACEMENT OTHER THAN YOUR TOP CHOICE.
Students will be emailed the their placement in due course.