September 19, 2019
Tryouts for the Law Center’s negotiation, client counseling, and transactional external (traveling) competition teams. Interested students should review the tryouts information available at https://www.law.lsu.edu/advocacy/competitions/external-teams/.
HLSA’s kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month with our first meeting of the semester!
Looking to speak to all students who will listen and have an interest in student mental health. I am building this organization from the ground-up so I am looking for students who would like to be members of Cornerstones.
We will be hosting a virtual bar talk which is a 15-20 minute presentation of all the features of a bar course. This is a GREAT opportunity for students to learn about what a bar course is, what it looks like, and the benefits of taking a bar course.
Constitution Day-Religious Liberty as Freedom of the Church: A Better Response to Sexual Equality Laws
Professor Helen Alvaré of the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University will present a lecture on “Religious Liberty as Freedom of the Church: A Better Response to Sexual Equality Laws.” Two discussants, one from the Law Faculty and one from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, will respond to her argument, with discussion afterwards moderated by Professor James Stoner of the Department of Political Science.
Named in honor of the late professor of the Law Center, the Ira S. Flory Mock Trial Competition is open to all second- and third-year law students and is sponsored by the Board of Advocates. A Flory Trial is held each semester; the fall Flory trial is traditionally a criminal case, while the spring Flory trial is a civil case. For more information, visit https://www.law.lsu.edu/advocacy/competitions/flory/.