Professor Monica Hof Wallace says the winning paper was written for her Family Law Seminar class. The award and $1,000 prize will be presented at the upcoming LSU Family Law Seminar.
New Orleans Redevelopment Authority's (NORA) Board of Commissioners unanimously voted to appoint Brenda M. Breaux, J.D. ’94, Executive Director. The appointment, effective August 15, 2016, followed the appointment of outgoing Executive Director, Jeff Hebert, to the position of Deputy Mayor and Chief Administrative Officer for the City of New Orleans. Breaux served as NORA's Chief Operating Officer since May 2012, where she was responsible for the day to day operations of the Agency.
The article explores the relation between cultural cognition theory and the public commitment for remedial action on climate change.
In the article, Lovett tackles a problem in Louisiana property law arising from the Louisiana Supreme Court decision in Boudreaux v. Cummings.
Bryan Jeansonne, J.D. ’06, was honored with the Dr. W. Turrentine Jackson Outstanding Chapter Advisor Award at the 154th anniversary convention of Theta Xi fraternity in Minneapolis. The award is bestowed upon a member “committed to ensuring the highest level of accountability and achievement of the Chapter and its membership.” He has served as chapter adviser of LSU’s chapter of Theta Xi since 2008.
Finger works tirelessly to provide legal assistance to the underserved and she works tirelessly with new lawyers and law students to shape new lawyers.
Professors Christine Cerniglia-Brown and Davida Finger presented at the Third Alliance for Experiential Education conference at New York Law School on June 11, 2016.
Quigley was part of a team of lawyers challenging money bail requirements in criminal courts. The Trial Lawyer of the Year Award is awarded to the attorneys who made the greatest contribution to the public interest within the past year by trying or settling a precedent-setting, socially significant case.
Professor Kalb’s article, Human Rights Proxy Wars, was accepted for publication in the upcoming issue of Stanford Journal of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties.