Category Archives: Distinguished Foreign Visitors

Uisdean “Hugh” Vass, LL.M., LSU 1985, Presents on the Ramifications of the Scottish Independence Referendum

Hugh Vass, a Scottish lawyer who graduated with an LL.M. in Comparative Law (focus: oil and gas) from the LSU Law Center in 1985, was invited by the LSU Law John P. Laborde Energy Law Center on Thursday, September 11th, … Continue reading

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French Visitor in Residence

From January to June 2014, the CCLS hosts Dr. Matthias Martin (Université de Lorraine, Nancy). Dr. Matthias Martin recently defended his doctorate on “L’annotation des codes, étude et comparaison en droits français et monégasque.” He presently works on the concept … Continue reading

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Joint Publication Lyon-LSU

On the initiative of Dr. Anne Tercinet (EM Lyon Business School) and Professor Cyril Nourissat (University Jean Moulin, Lyon), an interdisciplinary workshop on Online Distribution took place at EM Lyon Business School (a leading school of management in France, which includes … Continue reading

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Latin American Company Law

Carolina Academic Press published Latin American Company Law, Volume 1, A Comparative and Economic Development Perspective, edited by Boris Kozolchyk & Francisco Reyes, and Volume 2, A new Policy Agenda: Reshaping the Closely Held Entity Landscape, edited by Francisco Reyes. … Continue reading

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Professor Michel Séjean

Dr. Michel Séjean, Associate Professor at Université Paris 2, was promoted to the rank of full professor (professeur agrégé) after his brilliant success at the French national agrégation competition. In 2009, Professor Michel Séjean spent five months in Louisiana, for … Continue reading

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