Kristi Wagley Richard
"I am still amazed that I am taught by the people who actually had a hand in making the laws of the state or wrote the treatises that we all rely upon for help. Sometimes I feel as though I have a backstage pass to know what is going on and what the true intent of laws are by listening to their stories."
Louisiana State Agricultural & Mechanical College was established by an act of the legislature, approved to carry out the U.S. Morrill Act of 1862, granting lands for this purpose. It temporarily opened in New Orleans in 1874, where it remained until it merged with Louisiana State University in 1877.
Civil Law Online was initiated by Vicenç Feliú, Foreign, Comparative and International Law Librarian (2005-2009), and Victor Erwin, Assistant Director of Internet Applications. It is a joint project of the Center of Civil Law Studies (CCLS) and the Law Library of the Paul M. Hebert Law Center.
Conception and Coordination
Center of Civil Law Studies
LSU Law Library