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August 2019

LSU Law Welcomes Class of 2022

August 15, 2019

LSU Law Dean Thomas Galligan, Jr. welcomed the LSU Law “Class of 2022” at the first day of a two-day orientation program on the LSU Law campus. Dean Galligan was joined by Dr. Stacia L. Haynie, LSU Executive Vice President and Provost; Andrea Carroll, LSU Law Associate Dean for Academic & Student Affairs; Jake Henry, Director of Admissions for the Law Center; and, numerous LSU Law faculty members and students.   
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Welcome Back

August 13, 2019

Welcome back students! The Law Library staff looks forwards to assisting you with your research needs.  The Law Library will resumes its regular fall semester hours on August 17th.. Please check the detailed hours page for further information.
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LSU Law Thanks Volunteer Trial Ad Faculty for August 12 - 14 Program

August 9, 2019

The LSU Law Center would like to thank the faculty recruiting committee, section leaders and faculty members who are donating their time for the 2019 Trial Advocacy Program, Aug. 12 – 14. The Trial Advocacy Program gives third-year LSU Law students a “learn by doing” education that simulates actual trial skills. Students learn and practice under the experienced eyes of the select seminar faculty. Students role play and receive critiques from some of the nation’s leading experts in courtroom practices during the intensive three-day program. The program follows the methods pioneered by the National Institute for Trial Advocacy and includes role…
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LSU Law Library Selected as Government Printing Office Preservation Site

August 7, 2019

LSU Law Library Signs Preservation Steward Agreements with the GPO WASHINGTON, D.C. The LSU Law Center, Georgia Southern University Libraries, Syracuse University Libraries (New York), and Lether E. Frazar Memorial Library (Lake Charles , LA) have signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) to become Preservation Stewards. Under the agreement, the LSU Law Library will become the permanent home of print copies of the Federal Register. The selected libraries all pledge to permanently preserve print collections as noted below: Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, LA) Federal Register Lether E. Frazar…
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