Symposium Objective and Purpose
On Friday, October 8, at 3 p.m. (Central Time), the LSU Law Journal for Social Justice & Policy will host a panel of legal scholars to discuss and present their research on current legal issues concerning conspiracy theories, disinformation, and civil rights. The scholars will also submit their papers for publication in the journal’s second volume. The event will be held virtually via Zoom and 1.25 CLE credit hours (Course #: 5170211008) are available for participants.
About the LSU Law Journal for Social Justice & Policy
The LSU Law Journal for Social Justice & Policy is a student-edited, academic journal based at the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center. The journal was spearheaded in Fall 2019 by a pair of students who were interested in promoting the discussion of issues relating to social justice and public policy at LSU Law. The mission of the journal is to reach current and future members of the legal profession with fresh perspectives on controversial issues relating to social justice and policy, and address a gap in the types of matters explored in the context of academic legal writing at LSU Law. Moreover, the journal hopes to provide students with an additional forum to express their views concerning this subject and develop their legal writing skills through journal membership. The journal is committed to elevating the voices of law students, practitioners, and academics of color in legal scholarship.