Monthly Archives: January 2016

LSU Law will Host the Juris Diversitas Annual Conference

Juris Diversitas was founded in 2007 as an international, interdisciplinary community for the study of legal and normative mixtures and movements. Originally composed of comparative law scholars, the group has opened interdisciplinary conversations with anthropologists, geographers, historians, philosophers, economists, linguists, sociologists, both within the … Continue reading

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Summer Program in Lyon 2016 Information Meeting

We will be having a Lyon Informational Meeting at 3 pm on Thursday, January 21 in Room 106.  We will discuss the academic program, finances, travel plans, housing, etc….  The meeting is not mandatory and it will be repeated.  However, … Continue reading

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Café Français – International Table

The Cafe Français and International Table will resume this Friday, January 15, 12:40 to 1:40 pm, in the CCLS Conference Room (W326B). Whether student, staff, or faculty, bring your lunch, good humor, and be ready to converse in French, German, … Continue reading

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CCLS Newsletter

Click here to download and read the December 2015 Newsletter of the Center of Civil Law Studies.

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Publishing Opportunities in French or in German

LSU Law students may publish short articles in French or in German in The Trinity College Law Review, with the possibility to gain prize or award. Click here for more information.

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