Category Archives: Center of Civil Law Studies

The CCLS Welcomes Research Associate Mariano Vitetta

LSU Law and the Center of Civil Law Studies welcome Mariano Vitetta, who started in June 2020 in a twelve-month position as CCLS Research Associate after a very successful LL.M. year with us. We wish him and his family another … Continue reading

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Translating the Louisiana Civil Code into French

On December 9, 2019, Professor Olivier Moréteau was the guest speaker of Friends of French Studies at LSU at a campus event taking place at the French House. A Board Member of FFS since his arrival at LSU in fall … Continue reading

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Prof. Michele Graziadei to Give Tucker Lecture in Civil Law

The Center of Civil Law Studies of the LSU Law Center presents the 42nd John H. Tucker, jr. Lecture in Civil Law The European Court of Justice at Work: Comparative Law on Stage and Behind the Scenes Given by Professor … Continue reading

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Tucker Lecturer Prof. Attila Harmathy Receives the Golden Medal of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

On May 6, 2019, Professor Emeritus Attila Harmathy (Eötvös University, Budapest, Hungary), who delivered the 41st Tucker Lecture in November 2018, received the golden medal of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, at the session of the general assembly. The medal … Continue reading

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Professor Attila Harmathy Delivers the 41st Tucker Lecture

On November 8, 2018, Professor Emeritus Attila Harmathy (Eötvös University, Budapest, Hungary) delivered the 41st John H. Tucker, jr. Lecture in Civil Law. Under the title “Comparative Law and the Development of Civil Law in a Country Under Transformation,” Professor … Continue reading

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Louisiana Civil Code Online: Summer Update

Louisiana Civil Code Online (LCCO) gives full and free access to the Louisiana Civil Code in English and in French. Whether you know the code article you are looking for or the topic covered, the site is easy to navigate … Continue reading

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The Civil Code in French Presented at the Supreme Court of Louisiana

On April 24, 2018, Professor Olivier Moréteau was the guest of the Law Library of Louisiana and Supreme Court of Louisiana Historical Society to present ‘A Perfect Circle? Code Civil de Louisiane, Edition Bilingue.’ 150 people signed up for free … Continue reading

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Professor Moréteau to Present on Code Translation at the Supreme Court of Louisiana

Seats still available! Reserve your spot today by emailing CLE@lasc.org. A Law Library of Louisiana FREE CLE Co-sponsored by the Supreme Court of Louisiana Historical Society   A Perfect Circle? Code Civil de Louisiane, Édition Bilingue Presented by Dr. Olivier Moréteau … Continue reading

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10th Anniversary of the Journal of Civil Law Studies

On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Journal of Civil Law Studies (JCLS), the Center of Civil Law Studies hosted the first JCLS Annual Event. Professor Olivier Moréteau (editor-in-chief) and visiting professor Agustín Parise (executive editor), co-founders of … Continue reading

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Dr. Agustín Parise Visits at LSU Law

Dr. Agustín Parise, LL.M. LSU 2006, visited from the University of Maastricht, The Netherlands, where he is Assistant Professor of Law. Parise holds two doctorates in law, one from his alma mater the University of Buenos Aires, and one from … Continue reading

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