Category Archives: Master in Comparative Law (LL.M.)

Remembering George W. Pugh, (1925-2020) by Alejandro Carrió, LL.M. 1982

Alejandro Carrió wrote from Buenos Aires: I only recently found out about the passing of Professor George W. Pugh. It is with obvious sadness, but also with the joy that comes from realizing how lucky I was for having met … Continue reading

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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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Teaching Comparative Tort Law in Lyon

Professor Olivier Moréteau taught his annual Comparative Tort Law class in the LL.M. in International and European Business Law this week, at Université Jean Moulin, Lyon, France, November 25-29, an intensive 18-hour class. He also held meetings on legal studies … Continue reading

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Towards an LSU LL.M. in Panama?

On October 17, 2019, Professor Moréteau made a short visit to Panama City where he was the guest of Dr. Oscar Leon, Rector of the Quality Leadership University (QLU). His Excellency Mario Jaramillo, the former Ambassador of Panama to the … Continue reading

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Professor David Bosco’s Teaching Visit at LSU Law

Professor David Bosco, the former director of the Business Law Institute at the Aix-Marseille University Faculty of Law, visited at LSU Law to teach a one-credit course on American and European Antitrust Law, from September 30 to October 11, 2019, … Continue reading

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Five French LSU LL.M. Graduates Celebrate their Success at the New York Bar

Congratulations to Gabriel Colombani, Henri Haguet and Nancy Maurice, LL.M. 2019, and Laura Potvain, LL.M. 2018, for passing the New York Bar in July 2019. Congratulations to Carole Scieller, LL.M. 2018, who passed in February 2019. This year again, though … Continue reading

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The LSU LL.M. Class of 2020 at the Louisiana Supreme Court

Friday, August 9, 2019, marked a highlight in the LL.M. Orientation, with a field trip to New Orleans including a visit to the Supreme Court of Louisiana, located in the superbly renovated court building at 400 Royal Street. With five … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Eight international students received the LSU LL.M. degree

Sofia Bentrari (France), Florencia Ibanez Bergeron (Argentina and U.S.A.), Gabriel Colombani (France), Sandrine Coutaud (France), Henri Haguet (France), Noemie Le Colleter (France), Nancy Alexandre Maurice (France) and Giovanna de Assis Barreira Silva (Brazil) were awarded the LL.M. in Comparative Law … Continue reading

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Agustin Parise Receives Prestigious Book Award

Dr. Agustín Parise, LLM LSU (2006), former Research Associate at the CCLS (2006-2010) and Distinguished Global Visiting Professor at LSU Law (2018), currently Associate Professor at Maastricht University, received the Facultad Award from University of Buenos Aires (Argentina) for his … Continue reading

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