LSU Law Welcomes 11 LL.M. Candidates

Monday, August 5, 2019 marked the beginning of a two-week orientation program for our 2020 LL.M. in Comparative Law class. With eleven candidates, this is the largest class, only equaled in 2006-2007 in over 80 years of existence of the program. Candidates from Argentina, Ecuador, France, Nigeria, and Venezuela met the first time and sit side by side to be introduced to the United States Law School experience and life at LSU and Louisiana. The orientation includes visits to New Orleans (Supreme Court of Louisiana, walking tour of the French Quarter) and Downtown Baton Rouge (State Capitol, Capitol Park Museum, Old State Capitol). LSU Law proudly welcomes these fine and enthusiastic international law students.

A photo of the 11 candidates of the 2020 LL.M. Class on the steps of the Law School, Old Building

The 2020 LL.M. Class

A photo of 10 candidates of the 2020 LL.M. Class posing with Prof. Olivier Moreteau on the steps of the Law School, Old Building

Professor Olivier Moréteau with the 2020 LL.M. Class

Four LL.M. Candidates standing in front of Prof. Paul Baier who educates them on Geny, Ihering, and the German Civil Code

Prof. Paul Baier educates four French LL.M. candidates on Geny, Ihering, and the German Civil Code

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  1. Enjoy LSU! Congratulations!

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