THE JUDGE ALLEN M. BABINEAUX INTERNATIONAL CIVIL LAW SYMPOSIUM
“Commemoration of the Tricentennial of New Orleans Being Named the Capital of the Louisiana Colony (1723-2023)”
On February 1, 2023 from noon to 5 pm, the Francophone Section of the Louisiana State Bar Association, will celebrate the Commemoration of the Tricentennial of New Orleans Being Named the Capital of the Louisiana Colony (1723-2023) at the Eason Weinmann Center for International and Comparative Law, Tulane Law School, 6329 Freret St., New Orleans, LA.
Featured topics and presenters will include:
- Civil Codes: Ten Interesting Things You Probably Didn’t Know by Tulane Law Prof. Vernon Palmer
- The Multiple Languages of the Louisiana Civil Codes: Connecting Past and Future by LSU Law Prof. Olivier Moreteau
- Recent Developments Between Louisiana and the Francophone World By the Honorable Lieutenant Governor William “Billy” Nungesser
- The History of the Capital of the La. Colony by Howard Margot, Archivist The New Orleans Historic Collection
- Who was Bienville? By Jason Berry, investigative reporter, author of City of a Million Dreams: A History of New Orleans at Year 300, and documentary filmmaker.
- The symposium will conclude with a panel discussion on mediations by Stacey Marcel and Maurice Hebert led by moderator Louis R. Koerner Jr.
To register or become a sponsor of the event, email Warren Perrin at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (337) 456-7729.
Sponsors for the event are: Canadian Consulate of Dallas, Eason Weinmann Center International and Comparative Law Tulane Law School, Perrin Landry deLaunay Law Firm; Acadian Museum; Louis Koerner Law Firm; Andrepont Printing; Parlons Café LLC/Edwin Fleischmann, PDG; Karsman, McKenzie & Hart; Broussard & David, LLC; and Gachassin Law Firm.