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July 2006

LSU Law Center Celebrates 100-Year Anniversary with Dedication of Plaza and Memorial to Senator Russell B. Long
July 14, 2006

The LSU Law Center kicked off its centennial celebration on Friday, March 10 with the dedication of the Centennial Plaza and a memorial to Senator Russell B. Long.

U.S. Senator Russell B. Long, distinguished 1942 graduate of the LSU Law Center and seven term senator from Louisiana, was honored with the dedication of a bronze sculpture and memorial fountain in his name. Colleagues, family and friends of the Senator provided resources for the memorial, which is the centerpiece of the Law Center’s Centennial Plaza, a beautiful outdoor space designed as a gathering place for students, faculty and staff.

Senator Long honored the Law Center with its first-ever endowed chair, the Russell B. Long Eminent Scholars Academic Chair, and also provided seven endowed professorships for the LSU A&M campus.

The LSU Law Center has been a cornerstone of legal excellence throughout its history and will celebrate 100 Years of Scholarship, Teaching and Service during 2006, culminating in a...

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Pat Juneau Named 2006 LSU Law Center Distinguished Alumnus of the Year
July 14, 2006

Patrick A. Juneau, Jr. of Lafayette has been named the LSU Law Center 2006 Distinguished Alumnus of the Year. Chancellor John J. Costonis announced the selection of Juneau at the spring 2006 meeting of the LSU Law Center Board of Trustees. Juneau will be honored at the Distinguished Alumnus Banquet to be held the evening of Wednesday, November 1, 2006. The banquet will be held at the City Club at River Ranch in Juneau’s hometown of Lafayette, LA.

Pat Juneau obtained his Juris Doctor degree from the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center in 1965. He is in private practice at the Juneau Law Firm in Lafayette. Juneau is the past president of the Louisiana Association of Defense counsel and was elected to and served as a member of the Louisiana Constitutional Convention in 1973. He has been a frequent guest lecturer at the LSU Law Center and Tulane Law School. In 1996, Juneau was awarded the Curtis R. Boisfontaine Trial Advocacy Award by the Louisiana Bar Foundation.


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