Category Archives: Distinguished Foreign Visitors

Louisiana Legal History at Tulane and LSU

On Friday, November 4, 2016, The Portalis Society, The Eason Weinmann Center, and The Tulane Law School organized an international conference in New Orleans on Early Louisiana and Her Spanish World: Legal Tradition, Laws and Customs in Luisiana and the Floridas. Two of … Continue reading

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Professor Francois Du Toit Presents on South African Law

Prof. Francois Du Toit, Senior Lecturer at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa, visited at the LSU Law Center (October 7 to 24) as a guest of the CCLS, to conduct comparative law research, in the areas of … Continue reading

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Ms. Raheel Ahmed visits from the University of South Africa

Ms. Raheel Ahmed, a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Private Law, University of South Africa, is presently visiting at the LSU Law Center (September 18 to October 7) as a guest of the Center of Civil Law Studies (CCLS), in order to … Continue reading

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Juris Diversitas, 4th Annual Conference, Highlights

From Monday, May 30th to Wednesday, June 1st, 2016, over forty jurists from all continents convened in Baton Rouge to attend and present at the Juris Diversitas 4th Annual Conference, on Unity and/or Diversity. Plenary sessions featured three keynote speakers: Professor Vivian … Continue reading

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Tucker Lecture by Professor Reyes in Video

You may now view the entire 39th Tucker Lecture by Professor Francisco Reyes with introductions by Dean Bill Corbett and Professor Olivier Moréteau in video: click here!  

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Professor Francisco Reyes gives the 39th Tucker Lecture

Tuesday, May 31, 2016, Prof. Francisco Reyes, Superintendent of Companies for the Republic of Colombia and Chairman of the United Nations Commission for International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) for the period 2015-2016, delivered the 39th Tucker Lecture. His topic was “The … Continue reading

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LSU French Visitors at the Louisiana Supreme Court

On the occasion of the visit of Dr. Enrica Bracchi and Dr. Dominique Garreau, Associate Professors at the University of Nantes (April 5 to April 15), a visit to New Orleans was organized, including a reception at the French Consulate … Continue reading

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French Consul General Grégor Trumel Receives LSU Law French visitors

Dr. Enrica Bracchi and Dr. Dominique Garreau, Associate Professors at the University of Nantes, are visiting at LSU Law from April 5 to April 15. Dr. Garreau is the founder and head of the Nantes Master’s program in Trilingual Legal … Continue reading

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LSU at Maastricht University

On June 1, Prof. Olivier Moréteau gave a presentation at the Maastricht University European Private Law Institute as part of the M-EPLI Talks. 2 former LSU Distinguished Foreign Visitors, 3 LSU LL.M. graduates, 2 former CCLS Research Associates, 3 current CCLS Contributing … Continue reading

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Matt Dyson Shares Views on Tortious Apples and Criminal Oranges

Dr. Matthew Dyson, is a fellow of Trinity College, Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge (U.K.), where he teaches torts, contracts, Roman law, and comparative law. His research has been on how the borderline between tort and … Continue reading

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