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December 2018

LSU Law’s Myriam Escobar-Aarabi and Daphne James Honored with LSU Foundation Staff Outstanding Service Award

December 4, 2018

LSU Law Center’s Myriam Escobar-Aarabi and Daphne James were honored with the LSU Foundation Staff Outstanding Service Awards at a ceremony Dec. 3 in the Lod Cook Alumni Center. The awards recognize the superior work performance and outstanding contributions of full-time, non-academic staff employees of the LSU campus. Escobar-Aarabi is the Business Manager for LSU Law and oversees the Publications Institute department for student materials. “(She) is a master in juggling time-sensitive tasks. Whether jumping in to assist with new projects or anticipating and fulfilling needs without being asked, she regularly surpasses expectations,” LSU Law Dean Tom Galligan said in…
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Professor Elizabeth Carter elected Academic Fellow by the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel

December 4, 2018

LSU Law Professor Elizabeth Carter was elected as an Academic Fellow by the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). “This is one of my proudest professional accomplishments,” Carter said. “I owe a huge thanks to (Louisiana state chair David Sigler) and the rest of the folks on the planning committee for LSU’s annual Estate Planning Seminar CLE for supporting my nomination. ACTEC is an organization of peer-elected trust and estate lawyers and law professors who are skilled and experienced in the preparation of wills and revocable and irrevocable trusts; probate; trust, guardianship and conservatorship administration; transfer taxation planning…
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