Category: Issue Archive

Weaving a Tapestry: The Diversity Report

By: Bill Schulz One of the most important, perhaps the most important challenge that faced the Paul M. Hebert Law Center’s Diversity Task Force (and its successor the Standing Committee on Diversity and Inclusion) was defining what diversity is. While…

Election Run-Down

By: Jacob Longman October 24, 2015 is Election Day. Louisiana is the only state in the union to have a gubernatorial jungle primary. Put simply, a jungle primary pits all individuals running against each other. If no one gets fifty…

PMH Professor Runs for Office

By: Annie Beckstrom LSU Law boasts a curated selection of gifted, accomplished faculty members from all areas of the law. Our professors work hard to remain in tune to the needs of PMH students, providing a rigorous yet stimulating academic…

Prosecution and the Electorate

By: Jacob Longman Most countries do not elect their prosecutors. The United States, in fact, is the only country in the world that does. This brings a uniquely political tint to what, in other countries, is a purely administrative criminal…