November 2016 Your LSU Law Center Online Newsletter www.law.lsu.edu   
Kuebel, Nickel Win 2016 Robert Lee Tullis Moot Court Competition

LSU Law second-year students Sara Kuebel and Sarah Nickel won the 2016 Robert Lee Tullis Moot Court Competition on Oct. 24 in the Robinson Courtroom at the LSU Law Center. Kuebel and Nickel narrowly defeated their opponents, fellow 2Ls Alyssa Depew and Josie Serigne, in a challenging final round.

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Cline, Gonsoulin Win Fall 2016 Flory Trial Competition

LSU Law 3Ls Caity Cline and Rome Gonsoulin won the Fall 2016 Ira S. Flory Mock Trial Competition on Tuesday evening at LSU Law. Cline and Gonsoulin successfully defended their client in the case judged by Judge Anthony Marabella ('73), 19th Judicial District Court, State of Louisiana; Hillar Moore, East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney; and Michael Mitchell, Chief Public Defender for the Baton Rouge Public Defender's Office.

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LSU Law Names National Moot Court Team In Memory of Tom Fore Phillips

LSU Law's national moot court team was officially named the Tom Fore Phillips National Moot Court Team during a ceremony held on Oct. 21 at the Taylor Porter law offices in downtown Baton Rouge. The naming celebrates Phillips, an LSU Law graduate of the class of 1952 and veteran of the national moot court team. He is a former Taylor Porter managing parter who passed away in 2011.

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Give a Gift to LSU Law This Holiday Season; Join or Renew Your Dean's Council Membership

This holiday season, after the turkey is gone and you've gotten some great deals on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, remember to support LSU Law on Giving Tuesday or on any day! Join or renew your membership on the Dean's Council. Click below to see how you can help LSU Law. Thank you.

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LSU Law News

Tommy Hightower ('83) and Danny Cavell ('80) have assumed leadership of the LSU Law Dean's Council Initiative. Read More »

LSU is offering complimentary replacement diplomas, including LSU Law diplomas, for those who lost their diploma in the recent flood. Read More »

L'Avocat – the LSU Law yearbook from 1976-2005 – is now online with a complete run of the yearbooks accessible to students, faculty, alumni and legal scholars. Read More »

Faculty News

Professor Andrea Carroll selected to participate in SEC Academic Leadership Development Program. Read More »

LSU Law professor Howard L'Enfant named 2016 Distinguished Professor by Louisiana Bar Foundation. Read More »

LSU Law professor Elizabeth Carter's paper "Estate Planning for Digital Assets: Assigning Tax Basis and Value to Digital Assets" is a top-five downloaded tax paper, according to Social Science Research Network. Read More »

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