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December 2021

Family members of the late Louis Douglas Curet create scholarship to support French-speaking LLM students at LSU Law

December 1, 2021

The late Louis Douglas Curet (Humanities & Social Sciences, ‘47, Law, ‘50) embodied the lively spirit of a “true Francophile.” He completely embraced his French heritage while building a successful career practicing law in Baton Rouge. Through his many travels abroad, he developed a wonderful network of dear friends throughout France. To honor the legacy of his great love of all things French as well as his lifelong support of LSU, his daughter and son-in-law, Jeanne (Agriculture, ‘79) and David (Engineering, ‘78) James, created the Louis Douglas Curet Comparative Law Scholarship in the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center. This…
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