LSU LAW welcomes the LL.M class of 2015

The LSU Law Center warmly welcomes its new LL.M class of 2015. This year the class is small but the candidates are very engaging and strongly motivated.

During the two-week orientation program held from August, 4th to August 15th, 2014, the class among other activities had the opportunity to attend a private tour of the Louisiana Supreme Court in New Orleans, guided by Robert Gunn and Louisiana Law Library Director Georgia Chadwick.

Florent Brémens (Lyon, France), Vlad Vidican (Cluj-Napoca, Romania), Anouk Guéroult-Bellone (Nantes, France) and Haseeb Qadir (Pakistan) were especially impressed by the Louisiana Supreme Court rare books’ collection.

We wish them a lot of success for this new challenging academic year!

The LL.M class of 2015 with Jennifer Lane and Professor Olivier Moréteau in front of the Law school


At the Louisiana Supreme Court with Ms. Georgia Chadwick


The group in front of the Louisiana Supreme Court in New Orleans


Anouk Guéroult-Bellone and Florent Bremens from France in the rare books collection room


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