Month: September 2016

Trials & Tribulations: Advice for Life, Love, and the Pursuit of Happiness

The first day of school is a momentous occasion filled with anxiety of what to expect and excitement of starting something new. Law school was no exception. I spent the two weeks before school started working on all of the…

Fall Mock Trial: What You Need to Know

By: Cody McElroy The LSU Law Center offers a multitude of appellate and trial advocacy competitions for law students, both internal and external. Professor Jeffrey Brooks, Preis PLC Director of Advocacy and Professional Practice, is involved with every aspect of…

A Summer Well Spent: PMHers Take on Lyon, France, and Beyond

By: Stacy Liere Most 1Ls spend their summers working long hours, either cranking out memos or performing legal research at a clerkship or externship. However, one group of LSU Law students seized the opportunity to travel the world while expanding…

Pause Before Posting: A Lesson in Social Media Backlash

By: Brooklee Hurst Whether it is Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or any of the other countless social networks available, people use social media every day to document their lives, connect with friends, or keep up with current events. As the presidential…

Getting Involved with Flood Relief

By: Tori Watson Several LSU Law students, faculty, and staff members are still in the process of recovering from the major flooding that impacted the Baton Rouge area last month. There are still various opportunities to get involved in flood…