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Librarians present at CALI Conference for Law School Computing

Thursday, June 11, 2020

Metadata Services & Special Collections Librarian Rachel S. Evans, Student Services Librarian Geraldine Kalim, Associate Director for Collection Services Wendy Moore and Director of the Law Library Carol A. Watson presented "Surviving COVID with the Breakfast Club: Task Management & Communication Tools for Multi-Generational Telework" at the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction's Conference for Law School Computing during June.

Carlson featured in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Callaway Chair of Law Emeritus Ronald L. Carlson was featured in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding federal rules of evidence and how they may be applied in the Bickers case. The article titled " Atlanta corruption probe moves forward as feds ready for Bickers trial" was written by J. Scott Trubey and published 6/10/20.

Jane W. Wilson Family Justice Clinic logs more than 2,700 service hours

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

During the 2019-20 academic year, the Jane W. Wilson Family Justice Clinic logged more than 2,700 hours of service to over 200 individual callers seeking assistance. This represents a 16% increase in the number of callers over the previous school year, despite the clinic implementing remote working conditions due to COVID-19 during the spring semester.

School of Law among the best in the nation for employment

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Employment statistics for the Class of 2019 place the School of Law at 9th in the nation for “gold-standard” full-time law jobs, 9th for federal clerkships and 13th for jobs requiring bar passage or where a J.D. is considered an advantage, according to  Statistics are based on employment 10 months after graduation and underscore the first-rate training our students receive and employers prefer.  

Peters featured in the Advocate

Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Assistant Professor Jonathan Peters was featured in the Advocate regarding the U.S. Supreme Court case Papish v. Board of Curators as it relates to free speech. The article titled "Day after LSU's bungled response to racist video: An apology and meeting with black student leaders" was written by Brooks Kubena and published 6/8/20.