September 2017 Your LSU Law Center Online Newsletter www.law.lsu.edu   
Reunion Weekend

Reunion weekend for the LSU Law classes of 1977, 1987, 1992, 1997, 2007 and 2012 will be held Sept. 29 and 30, and it's not too late to register. LSU Law will hold a free CLE on Friday afternoon and the Reunion Reception Dinner will be held Friday evening at the Capitol House Hilton Hotel. Alumni are invited to the All-Alumni Tailgate on Saturday at the front steps of the Old LSU Law Buidling. Contact Missi Lightfoot (missi.lightfoot@law.lsu.edu) if you have any questions.

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Final round of the Flory Trial Competition set for Oct. 5

The field has been whittled down to four teams vying for the Fall 2017 Ira S. Flory Mock Trial Competition title. The final round will be held at 6 p.m. Oct. 5 in the Robinson Courtroom, and the public is invited.

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McGill University Professor Rosalie Jukier to deliver Tucker Lecture

McGill University Professor Rosalie Jukier will present the 40th John H. Tucker, Jr. Lecture in Civil Law at 6 p.m. October 10 in the McKernan Auditorium. Jukier’s lecture is titled "From La Beauce to Le Bayou: A Transystemic Voyage," and she will showcase the unique way of teaching and thinking about law that has defined the program of legal education, and our imaginations as legal scholars.

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LSU Law to host Southern Clinical Conference

The LSU Law Center will host the Seventh Annual Southern Clinical Conference from October 19 – 21. This year's theme is "Back to Our Roots: Renewing the Social Justice Mission of Clinics and Externships." The Conference provides great opportunities to engage in vibrant discussions, network with like-minded colleagues, discover new and exciting collaborative possibilities, and take home valuable new information that will improve your work and service as an experiential educator.

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Faculty News

Professor Elizabeth Carter presented "Divorce and Bankruptcy Intersection: if it's a real divorce, who owns what property and who decides that issue?" at the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees Conference on Sept. 14 in New Orleans. Read More »

Professor Alain Levasseur received the Louisiana State Bar Association's John Hernandez II Francophone Section Award for his lifetime of work promoting civil law both in Louisiana and internationally Read More »

Professor Ed Richards is quoted by the Washington Post for its article "Cost of cleaning up Harvey will bring new test of governance for Trump and GOP." Read More »

Professor Paul Baier's book "Speeches" has been published by the Louisiana Bar Foundation Read More »

Class Notes

Find out about the latest news and accomplishments of your classmates.

View the September 2017 Class Notes.

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