Category: Columns

Dismissed with Prejudice: Parking Wars

By: Cody Grosshart Call me Ahab, as I go crazy searching for my own white whale – that last open parking spot. Despite the fact that I have withstood this scourge many times before, the stress produced by the search…

Chancellor Weiss Resigns: PMH Community Responds

By: Mallory Richard Following an eight-year stint at the helm of the Paul M. Hebert Law Center, former Chancellor, Jack Weiss, steps down this month, citing “major differences” with the Law Center faculty as his reason for resigning. “I am…

Obergefell v. Hodges: Decision Debate

By: Alaina Richard Had you been scrolling through your Facebook newsfeed on June 26, 2015, you might have seen a rather colorful display of newly updated rainbow-filtered profile pictures. On the day the Supreme Court handed down their decision in…

Summer SCOTUS Review

By: Bill Schulz The October 2014 United States Supreme Court term produced some sixty-six decisions, a number of which will fundamentally alter the United States’ legal landscape for decades to come. It is no exaggeration to point out that significant…