Clare Sanchez to Fill Board of Supervisors Position

By: Liz Wong

Third year LSU law student and current SBA Executive President, Clare Sanchez, has been elected to the prestigious Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors is the governing body for the entire LSU system.  It represents approximately 250,000 students.  The Board oversees expansions, renovations, new degree requirements, and approves new majors, among other things. It is a fifteen-member board, with fourteen being appointed by the Governor.  Each member represents the districts of Louisiana.

Sanchez is the student member, which is the only position not appointed by Governor Jindal. Instead, Clare was elected by the other seven Presidents from each of the eight LSU schools.  Those schools include but are not limited to: LSU-Eunice, LSU-Alexandria, LSU-Shreveport, and the Health and Science Center.  Essentially, Sanchez is the voice of the students for all LSU schools.


Where in the World are the PMHers?

By: Annie Beckstrom
The halls of PMH are rife with bright, accomplished law students. The fervor to succeed is palpable as students work tirelessly to earn a meaningful role in the legal community. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that in a law school stacked with such a wide array of academic talent, PMHers enjoy a host of coveted summer job opportunities. While the typical summer job usually involves a Big Firm associate position or judicial clerkship, several students pursuing niche legal fields have recently experienced unique opportunities that tilt the perspective of a customary career path. George Bonvillian is one such law student.


Lauren Aronson Joins LSU Law Faculty

By: Halee Snellgrove Maturin

Immigration has quickly become a trending topic in the past years, working its way into almost every presidential debate and discussion. Louisiana itself feels the effects of immigration into the United States, with almost 4% of the state’s population being foreign-born, according to a recent study by the Federation for American Immigration Reform. In an effort to better prepare its future lawyers for immigration issues across the country, Paul M. Hebert Law Center offers courses in Immigration Law, as well as offering clinical components to give students hands-on experience with cases concerning immigration reform. The law center is excited to welcome Professor Lauren Aronson to its faculty, as the new director of the Immigration Law Clinic.


3Ls Complete Trial Ad Program

By: Robert Glueck

On August 10-12, prior to the start of classes, 179 3L students participated in the National Institute for Trial Advocacy and Persuasion Training Program sponsored by Vinson and Elkins. Dominic Gianna and Lisa Marcy, the program’s directors, emphasize a “learn by doing” approach which calls for students to develop their oral advocacy skills by performing various phases of a typical trial in front of judges and attorneys from across the country.


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