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The Galligan Age

By: Annie Beckstrom   Newly appointed LSU Law Dean, Thomas Galligan, Jr., began his inaugural semester with a full plate. The Great Flood hit the week before classes were set to begin, ravaging a substantial portion of the Baton Rouge…

Montgomery v. Louisiana

By: Halee Snellgrove Maturin In 1963, here in East Baton Rouge, 17-year-old Henry Montgomery was found guilty of murdering a police officer, Charles Hurt. While he was initially sentenced to death, the judge declared a mistrial and as a result…

Dean Search Narrows to Two Candidates

By: Bill Schulz As the Paul M. Hebert Law Center’s academic year fades from fall into spring, its direction and leadership for presumably the next several years is now being determined.  Specifically, a new administrative head of the Law Center…

LSU Hosts 5th Annual Arbitration Competition

By: Robert Glueck On January 29-31, the LSU Law Trial Advocacy executive board will host its 5th annual Arbitration Competition. The competition, which dates back to the 2011-2012 school year, focuses on disputes which arise in transactional or business settings,…