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Fall 2019

Professor Clare Ryan presented her article, “Children as Bargaining Chips,” at the McGill Faculty of Law Legal Theory Workshop in Montreal on Nov. 29. Her article, “The Law of Emerging Adults,” will be published by the Washington University Law Review大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 in January.

Professor Keith Hall大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 spoke on the topic “Single Well Spacing and Pooling: State Spacing and Jurisdiction over Conservation” at the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation’s Advanced Landman’s Special Institute on Nov. 8 in Houston.

Professor Paul Baier’s biography of Colonel Frederick Bernays Wiener, “Written in Water: An Experiment in Legal Biography,” is at Steve Errick’s Twelve Tables Press for publication in early 2020. Baier will present “Nazis in the Supreme Court,” Ch. XVIII at the annual meeting of the Faculty Division, Federalist Society, in Washington, D.C. in January, in connection with the 2020 AALS annual meeting. Baier’s biography of Wiener is the capstone of his scholarship over the course his 47 years at LSU Law. He is retiring in December.

Professor Lécia Vicente is . She is a Visiting Scholar at the Faculty of Law at the University of Helsinki, and will be presenting her comparative work on the ban of corporate farms in North Dakota and agribusiness in Brazil.

Professors Paul Baier and Olivier Moréteau?participated in a panel discussion about the lives and careers of late LSU Law Professors Robert A. Pascal and Athanassios N. Yiannopoulos at the Louisiana Supreme Court on Nov. 13. Read the full story.

Professor Ken Levy was about the sentencing of former LSU fraternity member Matthew Naquin, who was convicted of negligent homicide in the hazing death of Max Gruver.

Professor Paul Baier大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 spoke on about U.S. Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes and other distinguished jurists on Nov. 4 at the LSU Faculty and Staff Retirees Club.

Professor Ray Diamond delivered a lecture on Nov. 12 entitled “Brown vs. Board of Education: 65 Years Later,” at the “Education as a Civil Right” convocation sponsored by New Schools for Baton Rouge.

Professor Robert Lancaster was recently invited to China to participate in the 2019 International Legal Education Conference in the Pacific Rim at Shandong University of Technology School of Law in Zibo, China. The conference included members of law faculty from schools in the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, the Russian Federation, and China. He lectured on how clinical legal education can support law reform movements. Professor Lancaster was also invited to return to and lecture at Renmin University School of Law in Beijing, where he held the position as Research Fellow in the Institute for United States Law in 2007.

Professor Bill Corbett spoke on the LSU Recent Developments CLE programs in Monroe on Oct. 3, and Shreveport on Oct. 24 on Labor and Employment Law and Louisiana Civil Procedure. He also spoke at a conference honoring the work of Professor Charles A. Sullivan on Nov. 1 at Seton Hall Law School. Professor Corbett’s presentation was entitled “Explorations with Charlie Sullivan: Theorizing a Larger Universe of Employment Discrimination.”

Professor Keith Hall大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 spoke on the topic “Crude Oil Marketing” at the Short Course on International Oil & Gas Law, Contracts, and Negotiations on Sept. 30 in Houston. He spoke on the topic “Surface Trespass Liability—Good Faith, Bad Faith,” on Oct. 16 at the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation’s annual fall conference in Lexington, Kentucky. In addition, he spoke on two topics—“Implied Covenants in Oil & Gas Leases” and “Common Interests Created in Oil & Gas”—on Oct. 21 at the Annual Oil & Gas Short Course in Westminster, Colorado.

Professor Michael J Malinowski has published his first children’s book, “Why Am I Me?” With children now living their lives entirely immersed in the technology of genetics and genetic medicine, “Why Am I Me?” introduces children to the concepts of genes and DNA, and to the complex reality of their influence on us. Popular San Diego, California artist Michelle Joy Montrose illustrated the book, which is (Lake Charles), and . Read the full story.

Professor Margaret Thomas大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was invited on Oct. 25 to be part of a panel discussing U.S. Supreme Court and Fifth Circuit Case Updates for the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana Biennial Bench and Bar Conference in New Orleans.

Professor Madalyn Wasilczuk大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 will present her paper, “The Racialized Violence of Police Canine Units” at the University of Baltimore Law Review Symposium on Nov. 16.

Professor Paul Baier was selected by his Harvard Law School classmates to chair the fiftieth reunion of his 1969 Harvard Law School alumni on Oct. 24-27, in Cambridge, MA. He was joined in the Reunion Class Symposium by Judge Kimba Wood and Judge Jed Rakoff, both of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Professor Lécia Vicente大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was a panelist at the Works-in-Progress Conference of the American Society of Comparative Law, on Oct. 17. She discussed her research on corporate farming in North Dakota and the Brazilian state of Goiás. Professor Vicente is also cited on the Allen Matkins California Corporate and Securities Law Blog on the notion of abusing a company by incorporating it.

Professor Olivier Moréteau presented at the Symposium on Law and Language, organized by the International Association of Legal Science and the Netherlands Comparative Law Association at the University of Maastricht (Netherlands), Sept. 26-27. He discussed “Two Centuries of Legal Translation in Louisiana: Development and Promotion of the Civil Law in English.” He also presented on “Meeting the Otherness of the International Student,” AALS Teaching Methods Section, Fall Conference Call on Best Practices for Teaching Foreign-trained Attorneys, Sept. 12, 2019. On Nov. 13, Moréteau will be on a panel to discuss “Civil Law Lives: Professors Robert A. Pascal and Athanassios N. Yiannopoulos” at the Louisiana Supreme Court, co-sponsored by the Supreme Court of Louisiana Historical Society and the LSU Center of Civil Law Studies.

Professor Nick Bryner is being honored by the Environmental Law Institute with an Environmental Futures Award, which is presented to “the next generation of leaders striving to address the environmental challenges of tomorrow,” at a special event on Oct. 22 in Washington, D.C. Read the full story.

Professor Edward Richards, director of the LSU Law Center’s Climate Change Law and Policy Project, is quoted by E&E News in .

Professor Ray Diamond 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理has been named to a four-year term as a member of the Judicial Campaign Oversight Committee, by order of the Louisiana Supreme Court on Oct. 15.

Professor Christina M. Sautter’s article, “, was quoted in In re Columbia Pipeline Inc., — F. Supp. 3d —, 18 Civ. 3670 (GBD), 2019 WL 4743760, *13 (S.D.N.Y. Sept. 26, 2019).

Dean Tom Galligan‘s article, “The Structure of Torts,” has been published by the Florida State University Law Review大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 (46 Fla. St. Univ. L. Rev. 485; 2019). In the article, Dean Galligan proposes a coherent and consistent analytical approach for all torts based upon the elements of negligence.

Professor John Devlin is moderating a forum for candidates vying to be East Baton Rouge Parish sheriff on Oct. 2 at 5 p.m. at the East Baton Rouge Parish Library Delmont Gardens Branch.

Professor John Devlin is quoted by The Advocate in, which allows college athletes in California to hire agents licensed by the state in order to seek out ways to make a profit off their names, images and likeness.

Dean Tom Galligan’s article, “Let the Jury Decide! A Plea for the Proper Allocation of Decision Making Authority in Louisiana Negligence Cases,” will be published by the Tulane Law Review in its forthcoming Volume 94 publication. Galligan, along with co-author Frank Maraist, is a past winner of the Tulane Law Review大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 John Minor Wisdom Award for Academic Excellence in Legal Scholarship, which the publication awards to the authors of the best article in its current volume.

Professor Lécia Vicente participated in the 74th United Nations General Assembly in New York City between Sept. 23-27 in her capacity as Advisor to the Secretary of State for External Relations of Angola. Read the full story.

Professor Edward Richards presented a paper titled “The Role of New Towns in the Sustainable Development of Coastal Communities Subject to Catastrophic Sea Level Rise and Storm Risk” at the 10th Annual Vermont Law School Environmental Forum on Sept. 21. This is part of his ongoing research on how to facilitate migration from high risk areas such as coastal Louisiana.

Professor Keith Hall served on the Program Committee for the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation’s Special Institute on Mineral Title Examination, which was held Sept. 25-27 in Denver.

Professor Nicholas Bryner will be presenting at a symposium on Legal Frameworks for a Green New World at Vermont Law School on Oct. 4.

Professor Christina Sautter presented her article, “The Honeymoon or Transition, “on Sept. 28 at the Corporate and Securities Litigation Workshop held at Boston University School of Law.

Professor Ray Diamond was interviewed Sept. 26 on a nationally broadcast radio program produced by radio station WHUR regarding the constitutional and procedural aspects of the recently declared impeachment inquiry into the conduct of President Donald Trump. on the WHUR website.

Professor Ken Levy’s book “is now available on Amazon, published by Routledge.

Professor Margaret Thomas大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was against e-cigarette manufacturer JUUL Labs Inc., which marks the first vaping case in a federal court in Louisiana, mirroring similar cases across the country. Thomas believes vaping cases stand a good chance of success if they follow the path of the cases against tobacco companies decades ago.

Professor Lécia Vicente’s new book chapter “Abuse of Companies Through Choice of Incorporation,” which she co-authored with Professor Martin Gelter from Fordham University School of Law, is forthcoming in Abuse of Companies (Hanne Birkmose, Mette Neville & Karsten Engsig S?rensen, eds.) Wolters Kluwer (2019). In the chapter, the authors discuss the concept of abuse in the context of cross-border firm formations and cross-border mergers. It is and as a working paper of the European Corporate Governance Institute.

Professor Emerita Lucy Bowers McGough 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理is the subject of as “a trailblazer for women in the law profession.”

Assistant?Professor Nicholas Bryner 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理is The Justice Department has reportedly opened into the four major automakers that struck a deal with California this year to reduce automobile emissions.

Professor Ken Levy 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理was for a story about longtime Livingston Parish Tax Assessor Jeff Taylor, who may have violated state law after he paid his wife at least $124,686 using campaign funds from 2011-2018 for work she performed.

Dean Tom Galligan?has become the first holder of the Dodson and Hooks Endowed Chair in Maritime Law, following scholarly review by the LSU Law Center faculty, and recent approval by the Louisiana Board of Regents and LSU Board of Supervisors. The endowed chair was made possible by a generous donation from Richard “Jerry” Dodson (’66) and Kenny Hooks III (’97) of Dodson & Hooks.?“I am extremely honored and humbled to be the first holder of the Dodson and Hooks Endowed Chair in Maritime Law,” says Galligan. “I am also most grateful to Jerry Dodson and Kenny Hooks for their incredible generosity to the LSU Law Center in establishing the chair. And I would be remiss if I did not thank my friend, Professor Frank L. Maraist, for encouraging me to teach admiralty so many years ago.”

Summer 2019

Professor John Devlin was regarding a recent ruling by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals finding that Orleans Parish Criminal Court judges can’t jail defendants over their inability to pay court fees and fines. Devlin discusses the decision as well as what it means for defendants, victims and judges.

Professor Lécia Vicente has been appointed a Fellow of the European Law Institute, which will help further her research agenda in comparative regional development.

Professor Christine Corcos edited “The Media Method: Teaching Law With Popular Culture,” which was published in August by Carolina Academic Press. .

Professor Keith Hall大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 served as one of two instructors at a two-day seminar on international petroleum transactions during the last week of June in Georgetown, Guyana.

Professor Christina Sautter has entered into a publication agreement with West Academic Publishing to author A Short & Happy Guide to Mergers & Acquisitions.

Professor Christina Sautter大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 has been selected to Chair the Website, Technology, and Communications Committee for the Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS).

Professor Christina Sautter served as a discussant during the New Scholars Workshop: “The Next Article” Discussion Group on July 31, 2019 during the Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) Annual Conference held in Boca Raton, FL.

Professor Elizabeth Carter delivered the keynote address at the University of Alabama School of Law’s commencement ceremony for its LL.M. programs in Tax and Business Transactions on Aug. 17.

Professor Raymond Diamond’s award winning book, “Brown v. Board of Education: Caste, Culture, and the Constitution” (2003), is quoted in , “Our democracy’s founding ideals were false when they were written. Black Americans have fought to make them true,” which appeared in The New York Times Magazine on August 15, 2019. The essay is part of , a major initiative from The New York Times observing the 400th anniversary of the beginning of American slavery.

Professor Christina Sautter presented her work-in-progress, The Honeymoon of Transition, during the Emerging Issues in Mergers, Acquisitions, and Corporate Representation panel during The Law and Society Association (LSA) 2019 Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. on June 6, 2019. She also served as a discussant for the Emerging Issues in Corporate Governance and Compliance panel at LSA on May 31, 2019.

Professor Ken Levy is quoted by the Baton Rouge Business Report大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 for its article

Professor Ken Levy’s article was published in the Florida State University Law Review.

Professor Ken Levy’s大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 article was published by SAGE Encyclopedia of Criminal Psychology.

Professor Ken Levy大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is cited by The New Orleans Advocate for its article

Professor Robert Lancaster moderated the opening plenary at the 2019 American Association of Law Schools Clinical Conference in San Francisco, California. The plenary was titled “America Polarized: What Drives Us Apart? What Brings Us Together?” and explored the causes of and solutions to the current political divisions in America and how law teachers can effectively engage students across the political spectrum.

Professor Robert Lancaster moderated a discussion group at the New Clinician’s Conference sponsored by the Clinical Legal Education Association.

Professor Christine A. Corcos published “It All Started With ‘Columbo’: Teaching Law With Popular Culture,” 68 Journal of Legal Education 122 (Autumn 2019), as part of the Symposium: Visual Images and Popular Culture in Legal Education, edited by Michael Asimow and Ticien Marie Sassoubre, both of Stanford Law School.

Professor Keith Hall represented LSU at the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators’ annual International Petroleum Summit in Houston, Texas on Texas May 22-23, 2019.

Professor Keith Hall大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 spoke on the subject of Brent crude at an international petroleum scholars workshop on May 24 in Houston.

Professor Keith Hall served on a panel that discussed coastal land loss litigation at the LSU Center for Energy Study’s annual oil and gas symposium.

Dean Tom Galligan spoke at the Louisiana State Bar Association’s 78th Annual Meeting and the LJC/LSBA Joint Summer School: “Evolution of the Profession.” Dean Galligan will present “Expanding our Knowledge: Tom on Torts” and will participate in a panel titled “Insurance, Tort, Workers’ Compensation and Admiralty Law.”

Professor Lisa Avalos大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was selected by the LSU Internationalization Grants Committee for an LSU International Scholar Research/Arts & Performance Grant, which will support her collaborative research on rape crimes in London, England, a proposal titled “She must be lying to us! Rape, Disbelieved Victims, and the Politics of Charging Victims with False Reporting ( England).”

Professor Lécia Vicente published her new chapter, which she co-authored with Marco Rizzi from the University of Western Australia Law School.

Professor Bill Corbett accepted an offer to publish his article, “’You’re Fired!’; The Common Law Should Respond With the Refashioned Tort of Abusive Discharge,” in volume 40 of the Berkeley Journal of Employment & Labor Law.

Professor Madalyn Wasilczuk traveled to Myanmar during the summer as a Volunteer Fellow with International Legal Foundation (ILF) to mentor ILF-Myanmar defense attorneys and assist ILF-Myanmar in starting the country’s first specialized juvenile defense division in its defender offices.

Professor Marlene Krousel presented “Growing as a Writer: Judicial Writing Part 3-Structure and Elements of a Well-Written Opinion” at the Louisiana State Bar/Louisiana Judicial College Joint Summer School on June 3 and 5.

Professor Heidi Thompson presented “Growing as a Writer: Judicial Writing Part 1-Style Matters and Growing as a Writer: Judicial Writing Part 2-Impactful Citations” at the Louisiana State Bar/Louisiana Judicial College Joint Summer School on June 3 and 5.

Spring 2019

Professor Lisa Avalos is a contributing author to “Raped, Then Jailed: The Risks of Prosecution for Falsely Reporting Sexual Assault,” a Training Bulletin issued by End Violence Against Women International (EVAWI) in May, 2019.

Professor Missy Lonegrass was recently elected as an .

In his capacity as president of the organization, Professor Olivier Moréteau gave an opening speech at the Juris Diversitas 6th General Meeting at North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa.

Professor Lisa? Avalos presented “Reasonable Expectation of Privacy: Does It Still Exist?” at the Louisiana Judicial College’s Spring Judges Conference on April 11, along with co-presenters David C. Joseph, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Louisiana and Judge Brady O’Callaghan, 1st Judicial District Court.

Professor Keith Hall served as a panelist that examined the issue of “Dutch Disease and the Resource Curse” at the International Oil, Gas and Mining Conference on April 10 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Dean Tom Galligan’s article “Deaning Redux—Walking it Back” has been published in the University of Toledo Law Review.

Dean Tom Galligan’s大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 article “The Structure of Torts” has been accepted for publication by the Florida State University Law Review.

Professor Bill Corbett spoke at the Labor & Employment Law Seminar, cosponsored by the LSU Law Center and the LSBA Section of Labor Relations and Employment Law, on April 5 in Baton Rouge on the topic “Recent Developments in Labor and Employment Law 2018-19.”

Dean Tom Galligan大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was honored on April 5 by the Louisiana Bar Foundation as this year’s Distinguished Professor.

Professor Bill Corbett大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was a panelist at the 2019 Spring Conference of the International Masters of Gaming Law at the Windsor Court Hotel in New Orleans on March 29. The panel addressed “The Intersection of Labor Law and Gaming.”

Professor Lisa? Avalos presented a talk titled “Survivor Informed Rape Law: Rewriting Rape Law By Victims, For Victims,” at the Fourth National People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference in Washington, D.C., on March 24.

Professor Robert Lancaster大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 moderated the opening plenary at the 2019 American Association of Law Schools Clinical Conference in San Francisco, Calif. The plenary was titled “America Polarized: What Drives Us Apart? What Brings Us Together?” and explored the causes of and solutions to the current political divisions in America and how law teachers can effectively engage students across the political spectrum. Professor Lancaster also moderated a discussion group at the New Clinician’s Conference sponsored by the Clinical Legal Education Association.

Professor Robert Lancaster大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was a visiting professor at Université Grenoble Alpes Law School (UGA) in Grenoble, France, during the Spring 2019 semester. He taught a course on Comparative Criminal Justice Systems to students from 12 different countries in the Diploma of Legal Studies Program at UGA.

Professor Elizabeth Carter’s大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 article “Rethinking Premarital Agreements: A Collaborative Approach, 46 N.M. L. Rev. 354 (2016) was cited by the Delaware Supreme Court in the case of Silverman v. Silverman, 2019 WL 964060 (2019).

Professor Ed Richards大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was interviewed by NPR Morning Edition for its story

Professor Elizabeth Carter大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 presented “Insights on Premarital Agreements: Original Research Data, Trends, and the Provisions That Professional Women Ought to Have” at the New Orleans Association for Women Attorneys’ April Luncheon on April 25.

Professor Raff Donelson’s大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 article “Legal Inconsistencies” was accepted for publication in the Tulsa Law Review.

Professor Raff Donelson?was an invited commentator for the Mass Incarceration and Racial Justice symposium at Saint Louis University on March 22.

Professor Christine Corcos presented “Some Representations of Ethnicity, Gender, and Diversity on Law-Related TV Shows in the U.S.” at the Association for the Study of Law, Culture, and the Humanities on March 22 at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario.

Professor John Church’s article “Wine Certifications and Geographic Indicators: The Non-Certifying Function of American Viticultural Areas” was published in a monograph by Routledge Press.

Professor Greg Smith is quoted by New Orleans CityBusiness for its article

Professor John Costonis’ article “The BP MDL and Its Aftermath: Whither OPA’s Displacement Jurisprudence?” was published in the 93 Tulane Law Review 511 (2019).

Professor Paul Baier?is quoted by The Washington Post for its article

Professor Paul Baier?is quoted by WWNO for its article

Professor Christina Sautter presented her work-in-progress, “The Honeymoon of Transition,” at the BYU Winter Deals Conference in Park City, Utah, on March 8.

Professor Raff Donelson?gave the plenary lecture at the South Carolina Society for Philosophy annual meeting on March 8.

Professor Raymond Diamond was a panel discussant of Tanya Katerí Hernández’s “Multiracials and Civil Rights: Mixed-Race Stories of Discrimination (2018)” at the National Conference of Black Political Scientists Annual Meeting on March 15.

Professor Bill Corbett is quoted by New Orleans CityBusiness for its article

Professors John Devlin and Maggie Thomas spoke on a panel with the Honorable Joe Bleich at a joint meeting of the Louisiana Judicial College and the Louisiana Association for Justice on March 15 in New Orleans. Also participating were Judge Wendell Manning and Professor Bill Corbett.

Professor Raymond Diamond was a panelist for the panel “Growing a Pipeline for Lawyers of Color” as part of the symposium symposium titled “Reunite, Reunion, and Reflect – Celebrating 50 Years of Black Alumni Achievement” on Feb. 9 at Tulane Law School.

Professor Raymond Diamond was a moderator for the panel “Call to Action: National Movement of Criminal Justice Reform” as part of the symposium titled “Criminal Justice reform – Celebrating the 10th大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 Anniversary of the Louisiana State University Law Clinics,”? sponsored by the Pugh Institute for Justice and the Louisiana Law Review, on Feb. 1 at the LSU Law Center.

Professor Raymond Diamond was a moderator for the panel “Call to Action: National Movement of Criminal Justice Reform” as part of the symposium titled “Criminal Justice reform – Celebrating the 10th大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 Anniversary of the Louisiana State University Law Clinics,”? sponsored by the Pugh Institute for Justice and the Louisiana Law Review, on Feb. 1 at the LSU Law Center.

Professor Ken Levy?is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Ken Levy?was interviewed by KATC for its story

Professor Raymond Diamond?大发代理金利,大发彩神代理is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Paul Baier?大发代理金利,大发彩神代理is quoted by The Daily Advertiser for its article

Professor Ken Levy?大发代理金利,大发彩神代理is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Ken Levy?is quoted by Millennial Politics for its article

Professor Raymond Diamond?participated on a panel discussion titled “Judicial Supremacy” at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools on Jan. 6

Professor Christina Sautter?co-authored , a hornbook published by West Academic Publishing.

Professor Christina Sautter?大发代理金利,大发彩神代理was elected to the board of directors of Louisiana Appleseed. Louisiana Appleseed is a nonprofit that works closely with direct legal services, government agencies, and other nonprofits to identify and solve Louisiana’s most challenging legal problems.

Professor Paul Baier presented “One Hundred and One Years of Incitement” (Holmes’s Abrams and Toledo New Bee dissents) at the Constitutional Law Section program of the AALS annual meeting in New Orleans on Jan. 6.

Professor Paul Baier presented “The Frankfurter-Wiener Letters,” Ch. XX of his biography of Frederick Bernays Wiener, to the Federalist Society Faculty Conference at the 2019 annual AALS meeting in New Orleans on Jan. 3

Professor Christina Sautter?moderated the AALS Section on Transactional Law & Skills’ program, “Transactional Law and Finance: Challenges and Opportunities for Teaching and Research” at the AALS 2019 Annual Meeting on January 4, 2019 in New Orleans. Professor Sautter also just completed her tenure as the 2018 Chair of the AALS Section on Transactional Law & Skills.

Professor Ken Levy?was interviewed by KATC for its story

Professor Olivier Moréteau?published a book titled “Comparative Legal History” as principal editor with Aniceto Masferrer and Kjell ? Modéer, in the “Research Handbooks in Comparative Law” book series, edited by Francesco Parisi and Tom Ginsburgh, and published by Edward Elgar.

Professor Bill Corbett?is quoted by The Times Picayune | NOLA.com for its article

Professor Ken Levy?大发代理金利,大发彩神代理is quoted by Millennial Politics for its article

Professor Ken Levy?大发代理金利,大发彩神代理is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Ken Levy?大发代理金利,大发彩神代理is quoted by The Times Picayune | NOLA.com for its article

Fall 2018

Professor Ken Levy?大发代理金利,大发彩神代理is quoted by Millennial Politics for its article

Professor John Devlin?is quoted by Watchdog.org for its article

Professor Ken Levy?is quoted by the Advocate for its article

Professor Olivier Moréteau’s大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 paper “The Words of Comparative Law” will be published in a special issue of the Journal of International and Comparative Law.

Professor Ken Levy?大发代理金利,大发彩神代理is quoted by Millennial Politics for its article

Professor Robert Lancaster大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 participated on a panel discussion titled “The Minority Majority: The Political Power of Underrepresented Groups” as part of LSU’s Presidential Symposium “Behind the Ballot” on Oct. 29.

Professor Raymond Diamond?participated on a panel discussion titled “The Long and Winding Road: History of Voting Rights” as part of LSU’s Presidential Symposium “Behind the Ballot” on Oct. 29.

Professor Olivier Moréteau gave a keynote address at the comparative law event commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Notre Dame University Law Program in London on Oct. 22.

Professor Olivier Moréteau discussed tort law as a tool to protect the environment at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England, on Oct. 23.

Professor Ken Levy?大发代理金利,大发彩神代理is quoted by Millennial Politics for its article

Professor Robert Lancaster?is quoted by Louisiana Weekly for its article

Professor Keith Hall spoke on the topic “Ethical Landmines for Landmen and Lawyers Who Work as or Hire Landmen” at an annual conference of the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation in Lexington, Ky., on Oct. 17

Professor Ken Levy?is quoted by Millennial Politics for its article

Professor Robert Lancaster大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 testified before the United States Commission on Civil Rights on Oct. 12 on ?. Lancaster is Chair of the Louisiana State Advisory Committee to the Commission.

Professor Christine Corcos大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 provided “Law and Pop Culture,” the introductory presentation for the conference (Intellectual property and popular culture: New Issues, New Challenges?) on Oct. 9 in Strasbourg, France. The Center for International Intellectual Property Studies sponsored the conference.

Professor John Church spoke on the subject of Wine Law at the Southern Conference of Bar Presidents on Oct. 6.

Professor Keith Hall大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 spoke on the topic of “Implied Covenants in Oil & Gas Leases” at the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation’s Annual Oil & Gas Short Course on Oct. 8 in Houston.

Professor Ken Levy?is quoted by the Advocate for its article

Professor Keith Hall co-presented “Crude Oil Marketing and Sales” at the International Oil & Gas Contracts Course in Houston on Oct. 1.

Professor Paul Baier大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 presented “Smashing the Silver Platter Doctrine,” which is Chapter XXVII of his legal bio of Frederick Bernays Wiener, at the ABA Criminal Justice Section Fall Institute in Washington, D.C.

Professor Keith Hall大发代理金利,大发彩神代理?presented “Frack Quakes? Facts and Law Relating to Induced Seismicity, Injection Disposal, and Fracking” in? at a conference of the Texas Bar Association’s Advanced Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Conference on Sept. 20 in Houston.

Professor Raff Donelson大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 presented his paper “Moral Stability and Pragmatism” at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea, on Sept. 17.

Professor Ken Levy?大发代理金利,大发彩神代理was interviewed by WBRZ for its story

Professor Ken Levy?was interviewed by KLSA for its story

Professor Ken Levy?was interviewed by WBRZ for its story

Professor Raff Donelson presented his paper “Moral Stability and Pragmatism” at Ohio State University.

Professor Ken Levy?大发代理金利,大发彩神代理was interviewed by WBRZ for its story

Professor Nicholas Bryner co-wrote an op-ed in The Conversation titled “.”

Professor Ken Levy?is quoted by Greater Baton Rouge Business Report for its article

Professor Lécia Vicente’s article “The Hohfeldian Concept of Share in Limited Liability Companies: A View from the Common and Civil Law Traditions” was published in the Tulane European and Civil Law Forum.

Summer 2018

Professor Lisa Avalos’s大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 article “The Chilling Effect: the Politics of Charging Rape Complainants With False Reporting” was published in Vol. 83 of the “Brooklyn Law Review.”

Professor Raymond Diamond?participated on a panel discussion titled “Police Use of Lethal Force” at the Southeast Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting on Aug. 9.

Professor Raymond Diamond大发代理金利,大发彩神代理?moderated a panel discussion titled “Supreme Court and Legislative Update: Individual Rights” at the Southeast Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting on Aug. 6.

Professor Raff Donelson participated in the “Philosophical Reflections on the Rule of Law” panel at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools conference.

Professor Christina Sautter presented her work-in-progress, “The Honeymoon of Transition,” as part of the Corporate Governance Discussion Group at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools conference.

Professor Bill Corbett大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was a panelist at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on Aug 7. The panel topic was “U.S. Supreme Court & Legislative Update: Corporate, Labor, Civil Procedure, Administrative and Regulatory Issues.”

Professor Keith Hall大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 recently became Editor-in-Chief of the Institute for Energy Law’s Oil & Gas E-Report.

Professor Keith Hall大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 recently became a member of the Special Institutes Committee of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation.

Professor Elizabeth Carter大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 accepted an invitation to write a commentary for the forthcoming book “Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Trusts & Estates Opinions” (Cambridge University Press).

Professor Elizabeth Carter?大发代理金利,大发彩神代理will be teaching Gift & Estate Tax for the University of Alabama’s LL.M. program in Taxation. It is her fourth year teaching the course.

Professor Elizabeth Carter大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 wrote the dedicated to her mentor and former LSU Professor A.N. Yiannopoulos.

Professor Greg Smith大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 spoke on “Legal Ethics: Some of This and Some of That”, at a June 28 meeting of Houston Bar Association’s Section on Oil, Gas, and Mineral Law.

Professor Ed Richards?is quoted by the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report for its article?

Professor Ken Levy?is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Ken Levy大发代理金利,大发彩神代理?wrote an op-ed for CounterPunch titled?

Professor Ken Levy大发代理金利,大发彩神代理?wrote an op-ed for The Hill titled?

Professor Bill Corbett大发代理金利,大发彩神代理?is quoted by The Times Picayune | NOLA.com for its article

Professor Ken Levy大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was interviewed?by WBRZ for its story

Professor Michael Malinowski?is quoted by McClatchy for its article?

Professor Ken Levy?is quoted by the?ABA Journal for its article?

Spring 2018

Professor Robert Lancaster was a panelist in the “Navigating the Clinical Teaching Market Workshop” at the AALS Clincal Legal Education Conference in Chicago in May. The workshop supports clinical teaching fellows who seek to fulfill a career in clinical legal education.

Professor Margaret Thomas is quoted by the Associated Press for its article

Professor Elizabeth Carter?大发代理金利,大发彩神代理attended the International Society of Family Law North American Regional Conference on April 28 at the University of Minnesota School of Law, where she was on a panel on Private Ordering and premarital agreements.

Chancellor Emeritus and Professor John Costonis大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was awarded the 2018 H.M. “Hub” Cotton Award winner for Faculty Excellence on May 2. The award “recognizes a faculty member with a distinguished record of teaching, research, administration, public service and other outstanding contributions to Louisiana State University.”

Professor Bill Corbett spoke at the Employers Counsel Network national conference on April 26. His topic was “’May I Express Enjoyment of My Pastry?’ Ruminations on Legal Protection of Employee Autonomy.”

Professor Raff Donelson presented his paper “Moral Stability and Pragmatism” at Loyola University of New Orleans Department of Philosophy on April 25.

Professor Raff Donelson大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 presented his paper “Who are the Punishers?” at Mississippi College School of Law on April 20.

Professor Raff Donelson大发代理金利,大发彩神代理‘s essay “Three Problems with Metaethical Internalism” was published in the Southwest Philosophy Review.

Professor Michael Malinowski’s article “Biting the Hands that Feed the Alligators: A Case Study in Morbid Obesity Extremes, End-of-Life Care, and Prohibitions on Harming and Accelerating the End of Life” was published by?The American Journal of Law and Medicine, an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal and the nation’s top health law journal.

Professor Keith Hall spoke on the topic “Oil & Gas Leases 101” at the Florida Parishes Forestry Forum in Hammond on April 6.

Professor Ken Levy’s letter to the editor? was published by The Advocate.

Professor Ken Levy was interviewed?by WBRZ for its story?

Professor Philip Hackney’s article “Prop Up the Heavenly Chorus? Labor Unions, Tax Policy, and Political Voice Equality” was published in the .

Professor Elizabeth Carter大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 wrote the textbook published by Carolina Academic Press.

Professor Paul Baier大发代理金利,大发彩神代理?wrote an editorial for The Hill titled?

Professor Ken Levy?wrote an op-ed for Commons Dreams titled

Professor Elizabeth Carter?is quoted by the?Greater Baton Rouge Business Report for its article?

Professor Bill Corbett大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 presented a CLE talk on Recent Developments in Labor and Employment Law to the Labor and Employment Committee of the New Orleans Bar Association on March 8 at the NOBA Office.? The presentation was at the invitation of Jennifer Kogos (Jones Walker), the Committee Chair.

Professor Ken Levy’s article was published in Skeptic Magazine.

Professor Ken Levy is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Ken Levy is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Robert Lancaster was a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Grenoble-Alpes Law School in Grenoble, France, for the Spring 2018 semester. Lancaster presented a workshop series on clinical legal education to the faculty and a lecture series to students on the criminal justice and prison system in the United States.

Professor Ed Richards大发代理金利,大发彩神代理?is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by ProPublica for its article

Professor Christina Sautter was elected Chair of the Transactional Law & Skills Section of The Association of American Law Schools for 2018.

Professor Paul Baier大发代理金利,大发彩神代理?is cited by The Advocate for its article?

Professor Elizabeth Carter?is cited by Bloomberg Law for its article?

Professor Ken Levy is quoted by The Times Picayune | Nola.com for its article

Professor Ray Lamonica?is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Philip Hackney?named a? by Forbes.

Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by the Washington Post for its article

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by the Washington Post for its article

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report for its article

Fall 2017

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by The Atlantic for its article

Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report for its article

Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by the Washington Post for its article

Professor Ken Levy大发代理金利,大发彩神代理?wrote an op-ed for CounterPunch titled

Professor Robert Lancaster chaired the public hearing of the Louisiana State Advisory Committee of the United States Commission on Civil Rights on Dec. 6, . This hearing is the second in a series soliciting information from the public, community organizations, and public officials relating to current issues in access to voting and potential changes to expand the franchise to under-represented populations. The Louisiana State Advisory Committee will compile its findings in a report that will be submitted to the United States Commission on Civil Rights in the Spring.

Professor Elizabeth Carter?was interviewed by WBRZ for its story

Professor Chris Tyson?presented “Land Use and the Sharing Economy” at the Smart Growth Summit put on by the Center for Planning Excellence in Baton Rouge on Nov. 7.

Professor Ken Levy?wrote an op-ed for CounterPunch titled

Professor Raff Donelson大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 won the President’s Prize for a paper he presented at the Southwestern Philosophical Society annual conference at Baylor University.

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report for its article

Professor Ed Richards?is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by Washington Examiner for its article

Dean Tom Galligan?named to .

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by Think Progess for its article

Professor John Church?is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Paul Baier’s editorial? was published online in the Farm Journal’s agweb.

Professor Philip Hackney’s大发代理金利,大发彩神代理?article? was published by the Los Angeles Times.

Professor Keith Hall大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 spoke on the topic “International Petroleum Exploration Agreements” at a symposium in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, that was sponsored by a civil law foundation on Oct. 10 and participated in a panel discussion of “Contracts for Production and Sale of Petroleum” at St. Joseph’s University Law School in Beirut, Lebanon, on Oct. 12.

Professor Ray Diamond大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was a panelist for the “” discussion at the Seventh Circuit Bar Association Symposium titled? “What to Do About Gun Violence” on Oct. 13.

Professor Ken Levy is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by the Washington Post for its article

Professor Margaret Thomas大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by The Daily Reveille for its article

Professor Melissa Lonegrass’?letter was published by The Advocate.

Professor John Devlin大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was interviewed by WBRZ for its story

Professor Elizabeth Carter presented “Rethinking Premarital Agreements: A Collaborative Approach” to the West Virginia University College of Law faculty?on Oct. 2 in Morgantown, W.V.

Professor Robert Lancaster大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 and Keith Nordyke spoke with WRKF on .

Professor Philip Hackney’s?article? was published by the Washington Post.

Professor Christine Corcos大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 presented a paper, “I Am the Master”: Some Popular Culture Images of AI In Humanity’s Legal Regime, at “Rise of the Automatons,” the Savannah Law School Annual Colloquium, Sept. 14-17, 2017, in Savannah, Ga.

Professor Ken Levy is quoted by The Bayou Brief for its article

Professor Philip Hackney wrote an article for The Conversation titled

Professor Ken Levy大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by Pew Charitable Trusts for its article

Professor Ken Levy is quoted by The Daily Advertiser for its article

Professor Elizabeth Carter presented “Divorce and Bankruptcy Intersection: if it’s a real divorce, who owns what property and who decides that issue?” at the on Sept. 14 in New Orleans.

Professor Elizabeth Carter大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by the Advocate for its article

Professor Alain Levasseur received the Louisiana State Bar Association’s John Hernandez II Francophone Section Award for his lifetime of work promoting civil law both in Louisiana and internationally.

Professor Christine Corcos is quoted by the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report for its article?

Professor Ed Richards is quoted by the Washington Post for its article?

Professor Ed Richards is quoted by the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report for its article?

Professor Chris Tyson?wrote an editorial for the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report titled?

Professor Ed Richards is quoted by The Advocate for its article?

Professor Elizabeth Carter’s?letter was published by The Advocate.

Summer 2017

Professor Christine Corcos?was invited to co-chair the LSU with the School of Veterinary Medicine professor Mandi Lopez for the 2017-18 academic year.

Professor Ken Levy大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 wrote an editorial for Truthout titled?

Professor Christine Corcos wrote two essays — one on Judgment at Nuremberg’s?Judge Ernst Janning and Judge Dan Haywood, and one on Miracle on 34th Street’s Judge Henry X. Harper — for the

Professor Christine Corcos moderated the discussion group on Law and Humanities in the New Law School Reality on Aug. 5 at SEALS 2017 in Boca Raton, Fla. Issues covered included how law and humanities fits in the new legal education framework, its importance in furthering the goals of legal education, and methods and approaches to the topic.

Professor Chris Tyson大发代理金利,大发彩神代理?wrote an editorial for the Bayou Brief titled?

Professor Ken Levy was interviewed by WBRZ for its story

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by Think Progress for its article

Professor Ken Levy wrote an editorial for Common Dreams titled?

Professor Ken Levy’s大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 letter was published by The Advocate.

Professor Christine Corcos’大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 article “The Scrying Game: The First Amendment, the Rise of Spiritualism, and State Prohibition and Regulation of the Crafty Sciences, 1848-1944” was published in the .

Professor Christine Corcos大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 has published ,” in Issue 3 of the Journal of the Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies. She presented a version of the paper on June 3, 2016, in New Orleans, at a session of the Law and Society Meeting.

Professor Christine Corcos大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 served as Chair of the for 2016-17.

Professor Ken Levy’s recent op-ed on Counterpunch, “Sorry, But It’s Entirely the Right’s Fault,” has been posted on

Professor Ray Diamond大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was a panelist for the “Constitutional and Statutory Distinctions Between Concealed Carry and Open Carry” discussion at the Arkansas Bar Association’s annual meeting on June 16.

Professor Ken Levy wrote an editorial for Counterpunch titled

Professor Ray Diamond was a panelist for the “12 Angry Men 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理– Should Peremptory Challenges Be Abolished?” discussion at the Louisiana State Bar Association’s annual meeting on June 9.

Professor Ed Richards大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was interviewed by WAFB for its story

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by the Washington Post for its article

Spring 2017

Professor Ken Levy is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Elizabeth Carter is quoted by Louisiana Record for its article

Professor Philip Hackney wrote an article for The Conversation titled

Professor Ken Levy wrote an editorial for Alternet titled

Professor Ken Levy wrote an editorial for Counterpunch titled

Professor Bill Corbett is quoted by The Times Picayune | Nola.com for its article

Professors Ken Levy and Scott Sullivan大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 are quoted by Louisiana Record for its article

Professor Elizabeth Carter大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report for its article

Professor Ken Levy大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was interviewed by WBRZ for its story

Professor Ken Levy大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Ken Levy大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 wrote an editorial for Counterpunch titled

Professor Ken Levy was interviewed by WBRZ for its story

Professor Elizabeth Carter is quoted by the Advocate for its article

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by Bloomberg for its article

Professor Ray Diamond was a panelist for the “Judging while Black” discussion at the 19th Annual Louisiana Judicial Council Annual Meeting and Continuing Legal Education Seminar on March 4.

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by The Forward for its article

Professor Ken Levy was interviewed by WWL radio for its story

Professor Ken Levy is quoted by The Times Picayune | Nola.com for its article

Professor Elizabeth Carter大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by the Baton Rouge Business Report for its article

Professor Jeff Brooks wrote this year’s case and judged the White & Case International Rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in Washington, D.C.

Professor Ray Diamond delivered the talk “Exercising Diversity: Brown v. Board – Its Development and Implementation” at the 22nd Annual Federal Courthouse African American History Month Program on Feb. 23.

Professor Ed Richards was interviewed by WWNO for its story

Professor Elizabeth Carter is quoted by the Baton Rouge Business Report for its article

Professor Ray Diamond大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was a panelist for the “The Rule of Law and Executive Power Under the Trump Presidency” discussion at Southern University Law Center on Feb. 13.

Professor Ken Levy大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 wrote an editorial for The Hill titled

Professor Ken Levy大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 wrote an editorial for CounterPunch titled

Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was interviewed by NPR’s Morning Edition for its story

Professor Philip Hackney co-authored an article for The Conversation with the Ohio State University’s Brian Mittendorf titled

Professor Elizabeth Carter大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Philip Hackney gave the at Case Western Reserve on March 23.

Professor Ed Richards大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by Climate Central for its article

Professor Ed Richards大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by Climate Wire for its article

Professor Ken Levy wrote an editorial for the New York Times on Judge Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearings titled

Professor Jeff Brooks was interviewed by the Supreme Court of Mexico’s Judicial Channel about the .

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by the Los Angeles Times for its article

Professor Ed Richards大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by The Times Picayune | Nola.com for its article

Professor Michael Coenen’s article “More Restrictive Alternatives” has been accepted for publication by the .

Professor Michael Coenen’s article Characterizing Constitutional Inputs” has been accepted for publication by the .

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by the Los Angeles Times for its article

Professor Christina Sautter 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理has been named chair-elect of the .

Professor Ken Levy is quoted by The Wall Street Journal for its article

Professor Melissa Lonegrass is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Edward Richards was interviewed by Fox 8 for its story

Professor Ken Levy wrote an editorial for Counterpunch titled

Professor Ken Levy大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Ken Levy大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by The Advocate for its article

Professor Scott Sullivan wrote an article for Just Security titled .”

Professor Ken Levy wrote an article for The Satirist titled

Professor Christine Corcos大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 has been named chair of the Association of American Law Schools Advisory Committee on Law and Film. She succeeds Professor Michael Olivas of the University of Houston Law Center, the Committee’s founding chair.

Professor Ken Levy wrote an editorial for Truth-Out.org titled

Professor Scott Sullivan wrote an article for Just Security titled ”

Professor Philip Hackney co-authored an article for The Conversation with the Ohio State University’s Brian Mittendorf titled

Professor Ken Levy is quoted by ESPN for its article

Professor Ken Levy wrote an editorial for Counterpunch titled

Professor Lauren Aronson was interviewed by NBC33 for its story

Professor Lauren Aronson discussed President Donald Trump’s Executive Order travel ban on LPB’s “

Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 presented at the University of California, Irvine School of Law.

Professor Maggie Thomas’ article was published in the Fall 2016 volume of the SMU Law Review (69 SMU L. Rev. 759).

Professor Christine Corcos大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 gave a talk on the history and meaning of the movie “Anatomy of a Murder” at the in San Francisco, as part of the AALS Law and Film series. The series is part of an AALS annual tradition presenting two films at each meeting, a scripted film and a documentary, chosen for their cinematic and legal importance and which show the connection between law and film.

Professor Ed Richards was interviewed by Forbes for its article

Professor Christina Sautter’s article was cited by the Delaware Court of Chancery in Merion Capital L.P. v. Lender Processing Services, Inc.

Professor Elizabeth Carter’s article is featured in Bloomberg BNA’s Tax Planning International Review.

Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was interviewed by NPR for its article

Fall 2016

Professor Keith Hall大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 co-authored (with Hannah J. Wiseman) the book “Hydraulic Fracturing: A Guide to Environmental and Real Property Issues,” which was recently published by the .

Professor Elizabeth Carter’s article “Rethinking Premarital Agreements: A Collaborative Approach” has been identified as one of the best works of recent scholarship relating to Family Law, in a review published in

Professor Philip Hackney co-authored an article for The Conversation with Ohio State University’s Brian Mittendorf titled

Professor Ken Levy wrote an editorial for the Times Picayune | Nola.com titled

Professor Ken Levy was interviewed by the Associated Press for its article

Professor Ken Levy was interviewed by the Times Picayune | Nola.com for its article

Professor Ray Diamond delivered the talk “The Second Amendment in Historical & Current Significance” and was a panelist for the “The Evolution of Constitutional Rights” discussion at the Filson Historical Society’s Conference on The People’s Constitution: Our 18th Century Constitution in Modern Context on Nov. 5.

Professor Ray Diamond was a discussant of Mitchell F. Crusto’s? “Involuntary Heroes: Hurricane Katrina’s Impact on Civil Liberties” at the 13th Annual Louisiana Book Festival on Oct. 29.

Professor Ray Diamond大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was a presenter of “Introduction to Legal Reasoning for Non-Lawyers” at the “By Any Other’s Name: A Conference on Law, Authorship and Appropriation” conference at LSU on Oct. 29.

Professor Keith Hall is part of an interdisciplinary team of LSU scholars that has been awarded a $1.3 million research grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to study the legal, technical, and economic feasibility of commercial scale use of carbon capture and storage technology. This technology is used to capture and remove carbon dioxide from industrial emissions, and then permanently store it underground, thereby preventing it from entering the atmosphere.

Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was interviewed by the Washington Post for its article

Professor Ken Levy was interviewed by the Advocate for its article

Professor Ken Levy大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was interviewed by the Louisiana Record for its article

Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was interviewed by Politico for its article

Professor Bill Corbett presented his paper “Mike Zimmer, McDonnell Douglas and ‘A Gift that Keeps Giving'” at the 2016 Employment & Labor Law Scholars’ Forum hosted by the Seton Hall University School of Law. This year the annual forum was dedicated to the memory of Professor Michael J. Zimmer, a renowned employment law scholar who served on the law faculties of Seton Hall and Loyola Chicago who passed away in 2015. Zimmer and Corbett were coauthors and collaborators.

Professor Keith Hall大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 spoke on “Common Interests Created in Oil and Gas” and “Implied Covenants in Oil and Gas Leases”at the 34th annual Oil & Gas Short Course in Houston.

Professor Greg Smith大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was interviewed by WWL-TV for its story

Professor Robert Lancaster participated in a panel discussion titled “Re-Examining the In-House Clinical Model in an Era of Innovation and Expansion of Alternative Clinical Opportunities” at the sixth annual Southern Clinical Teaching Conference in Charlotte, N.C. The discussion explored the question of what makes in-house clinics a key form or clinical legal education and the ways in which they contribute to student learning and development.

Professor Christina Sautter’s book chapter, “Tender Offers and Disclosure: The History and Future of the Williams Act,” was published in the Research Handbook on Mergers and Acquisitions大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 (Claire Hill & Steven Davidoff Solomon, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.) (2016).

Professor Philip Hackney was interviewed by Bloomberg BNA for its article

Professor Philip Hackney co-authored an article for The Conversation with Ohio State University’s Brian Mittendorf titled

Professor Christine Corcos wrote the chapter on the United States in “A Transnational Study of Law and Justice on TV” (Peter Robson and Jennifer Schulz, eds., Hart Publishing, 2016). Read more about the book

Professor Philip Hackney was interviewed by Slate’s The Gist for its podcast “How Bad Is the Trump Tax Leak?” Listen to the interview .

Professor Ray Diamond delivered the talk “The 13th Amendment, Badges of Slavery, and the Problem of Policing in the Black Community” and was a panelist for the “Slavery Then and Now: An Eternal Human Rights Problem” discussion at the Conference on Human Rights in the 21st Century at the University of Sasketchewan on Oct. 1.

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by The Daily Beast for its article “Eric Trump ‘Charity’ Spent $880K at Family-Owned Golf Resorts.” Read the article .

Professor Ray Diamond was a discussant on “Justice Scalia and the Ground of the Law” during the Constitution Day Program of the Supreme Court of Louisiana Historical Society and the Eric Vogelin Institute of Louisiana State University on Sept. 15.

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by The Advocate for its article “State: Online Travel Agencies Owe Nearly $23 Million in Unpaid Taxes.” Read the article .

Professor Edward Richards is quoted by The Times Picayune | Nola.com for its article “Louisiana Flood of 2016 made worse by growth-focused policies.” Read the article .

Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by the Wall Street Journal for its article “Trump Campaign Details Tax Paid After Foundation’s Political Gift.” Read the article .

Professor Edward Richards大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is cited by The New York Times for its column “How Growth-Focused Politics Helped Build Vulnerability in Louisiana’s Flood Zones.” Read the column .

Professor Ray Diamond was a panelist for the “Politics of Criminal Justice” discussion at the Southeast Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting on Aug. 7.

Professor Ray Diamond大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was a panelist for the “Boundaries of the ‘Right to Bear Arms” discussion at the Southeast Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting on Aug. 6.

Professor Elizabeth Carter大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is quoted by The Louisiana Record for its article “Benson Family Feud over Sports Teams Will Move to the Courtroom.” Read the article .

Professor Paul Baier is quoted by The Advocate for its article “Gonzales Law Creating a City Council District for Black Candidates Under Fire for First Time in 24 Years.” Read the article .

Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was interviewed by Politico for its article

Summer 2016

Professor Philip Hackney moderated a Disaster Recovery Panel for the Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations at its annual conference. View the panel discussion

Professor Christina Sautter’s article “The Golden Ratio of Corporate Deal-Making” was recently featured in Columbia Law School’s Blue Sky Blog. Read the article .

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by The Daily Beast for its article “Watchdog Group Files Complaint With IRS Against Trump Foundation.” Read the article .

Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 is cited by Bloomberg BNA in its article “IRS Considers Lawmakers’ Charges Against Clinton Foundation.” Read the article .

Professor Elizabeth Carter’s article “Rethinking Premarital Agreements: A Collaborative Approach” was recently featured on the Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof. Blog. Read the article .

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by Tax Analytics in its article “End to Church Politicking Prohibition Included in GOP Platform.” Read the article .

Professor Ken Levy is quoted by the Baton Rouge Business Report in its article “Federal guidelines may make it easier to hold high level executives accountable for corporate misconduct大发代理金利,大发彩神代理.” Read the article .

Professor Chris Tyson大发代理金利,大发彩神代理‘s editorial “A Slain Officer’s Example for Us All” was recently published by the New York Times. Read the editorial

Professor Ken Levy‘s editorial “If You Don’t Support Gun Control, Then You Don’t Support the Police” was recently published by Counterpunch.org. Read the editorial .

Professor Elizabeth Carter’s大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 article “Rethinking Premarital Agreements: A Collaborative Approach” was recently published by the New Mexico Law Review. Read the article .

Professor Paul Baier was interviewed by the ABA Journal for its article “Oyez website finds sponsors to take over its Supreme Court audio archives.” Read the story .

Associate Dean Ray Diamond presented “A Supreme Court Update: Reviewing the 2015-2016 Term of the Supreme Court and Looking Ahead to the 2016- 2017 Term” at the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Annual Convention on July 17.

Associate Dean Ray Diamond was a discussant of Fred Smith, Jr.’s “Undemocratic Restraint,” 2016 John Mercer Langston Writing Workshop at the University of Miami on July 8.

Professor Christine Corcos’ book An International Guide To Law and Literature Studies (William S. Hein, 2000) 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理(2 volumes) is now available in digital format and fully searchable through Hein Online’s Spinelli’s Law Library Reference Shelf.

Professor Heidi Thompson 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理presented “Going Undercover — Using Assignment Cover Sheets to Identify and Assess Time Management Skills, Editing Strategies and Work Ethic”at the LWI conference in Portland, Ore.

Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was interviewed by WWL-TV for its story “ProjectNOLA Crime Camera Fees Raise Questions About Nonprofit’s Funding.” Read and watch the story .

Professor Philip Hackney is quoted by The Daily Beast for its article titled “Donald Trump Accused of Using His Charity as a Political Slush Fund.” Read the article .

Associate Dean Ray Diamond was a panel discussant of Mitchell F. Crusto’s Involuntary Heroes: Hurricane Katrina’s Impact on Civil Liberties (2015), Law & Society Association Annual Meeting on June 3.

On June 3, Professor Christine Corcos presented her work in progress, How Can It Not Know What It Is?, at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association in New Orleans.

On June 2, Professor Missy Lonegrass presented her work-in-progress, Lawmaking, Legitimacy, and Legislative Commentary 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association in New Orleans.

Associate Dean Ray Diamond testified before Senate Judiciary B Committee, State of Louisiana, on the subject of H.C.R 2 and the implications of the proposal for a constitutional convention to amend the United States Constitution on June 2. That testimony is available at 1:35:40 to 2:07:46.

Associate Dean Ray Diamond presented “Pearson v. Murray, Missouri ex rel Gaines v. Canada, and the NAACP’s Road from Plessy to Brown,大发代理金利,大发彩神代理” delivered as part of a panel titled “The Social and Legal Effects of the Adoption of the Reconstruction Amendments – 1860’s to 1930’s,” part of the Symposium on Reconstructing Reconstruction: The Historical Impact of the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments Symposium before the Second Circuit Judicial Conference on May 25.

Spring 2016

On May 20, Professor Missy Lonegrass presented her work-in-progress, Reconceptualizing Residential Tenancy as Property–A Theoretical and Doctrinal Approach, 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理at the 7th Annual Meeting of the Association of Law, Property, and Society hosted by the School of Law of Queen’s University Belfast.

Associate Dean Ray Diamond testified before the House and Governmental Affairs Committee of the Louisiana House of Representatives about the implications of SCR 152, intended to call a constitutional convention to impose term limits and fiscal restraint on the federal government, and to limit its power and jurisdiction on May 18.That testimony is available .

Professor Robert Lancaster大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was recently invited to speak at the 36th Governor’s Conference on Juvenile Justice. He gave a lecture on the impact of family violence on child and adolescent development.

Professor Keith Hall was quoted by the Journal of Petroleum Technology大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 for the article “,” which appears in the May 2016 issue. The article examines recent developments relating to an increase in earthquakes that scientists believe are being triggered by the operation of injection disposal wells.

Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was quoted by for the article

Associate Dean Ray Diamond testified before a committee of the Louisiana House of Representatives about the implications of holding a constitutional convention to overrule (2010), as called for by . That testimony is available , at 54:20 to 1:07:57. He also testified before the a committee of the Louisiana Senate about the implications of , intended to call a constitutional convention to impose term limits and fiscal restraint on the federal government, and to limit its power and jurisdiction. That testimony is available at 2:41:00 to 2:52:15.

Professor Christina Sautter’s latest article, “,” was published in The Journal of Corporation Law.

Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was interviewed by WWL-TV for its two-part story “The Good Life? Practices at New Orleans East church questioned.” Read and watch the story .

Professor Philip Hackney was quoted by the Wall Street Journal大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 for the article “House Republicans Seek to Block IRS Collection of Nonprofit Donor Data.” Read the article .

An excerpt of Professor Christina Sautter’s on the use of go-shop provisions in public company merger agreements was quoted in Claire Hill, Brian JM Quinn and Steven Davidoff Solomon’s new textbook, Mergers and Acquisitions: Law, Theory, and Practice大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 (West 2016).

Professor Philip Hackney was quoted by for the article “.”

Professor Christine Corcos was interviewed by the Washington Post in the April 11 article “Why Hollywood studios are taking a stand against an anti-revenge-porn bill.” Read the article .

Professor Christine Corcos has completed a three-year term (2013-15) on the Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships Selection Committee (Social Science and Humanities Research Council Division). She was one of three non-Canadian members of the 14-member committee. Read more ?

Associate Dean Ray Diamond has co-authored two chapters in (2016),“Constitutional Law in the United States” and “Administrative Law in the United States.”

Professor Philip Hackney recently published an op-ed piece in TaxProf Blog regarding the IRS and tax-exempt religious groups. Read it .

Professor Jeff Brooks, Director of Field placements & Moot Court/Trial Advocacy Program, received the Pamela M. Young Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service at the International Rounds of the 2016 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.

Professor Philip Hackney presented a paper titled “Subsidize the Heavenly Chorus? 501(c)(5) Labor Unions and Tax Exemption大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 as part of the 19th Annual Critical Tax Conference at Tulane Law School. Read more about the event .

Professor Michael J. Malinowski’s new book, ,大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was released by West Academic Publishing.

Professor Ken Levy大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 recently published an op-ed piece in the Times-Picayune regarding Louisiana and Presidential politics. Read it .

Professor Christine Corcos’ article Ghostwriters: Spiritualists, Copyright Infringement, and the Right of Publicity, in Law and Magic: A Collection of Essays (C. A. Corcos, ed., Carolina Academic Press, 2010) was cited by Parker Higgins in his article “,” published in Fusion, March 2, 2016.

Winter 2015

Professor Christina Sautter’s latest article , which examines crown jewel lock-up options in public company mergers, was just published in the Tulane Law Review.

Professor Paul Baier大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was interviewed by WAFB Channel 9 on his friendship with Justice Scalia. View the interview .

Professor Philip Hackney’s latest article, Charitable Organization Oversight: Rules v. Standards, was just published by the Pittsburgh Tax Review. Read it .

Professor Paul Baier was featured at the Midwinter meeting of the State Bar Association on same-gender marriage, including his role as constitutional counsel in Costanza v. Caldwell, which declared unconstitutional Louisiana’s prohibition of same-gender marriage. See him in action .

Professor Philip Hackney was cited on the TaxProf Blog on Jan. 20, 2016. Check out the article by Chodorow & Hackney:

Professor Philip Hackney was quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle article, .

Fall 2015

Professor Luis F.B. Plascencia of Arizona State University recently cited Professor Darlene Goring’s article, in his essay, .

Professor Christina Sautter’s book chapter, 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理, is forthcoming in the Research Handbook on Mergers and Acquisitions to be published by Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. and edited by Professors Claire Hill and Steven Davidoff Solomon.

Associate Dean Raymond Diamond大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was recently on LPB’s “Louisiana: The State We’re In” regarding the constitutionality of recent gubernatorial attempts to forestall the entry of Syrian refugees into their states.

Professor Ken Levy’s article, “,” published through the Times Higher Education, has been posted on the and .

Associate Dean Raymond Diamond was recently quoted in the Times Picayune article, “.”

Professor Elizabeth Carter’s article,The Illusion of Equality: The Failure of the Community Property Reform to Achieve Management Equality, has been identified by Cyra Choudhury as one of the best works of recent scholarship relating to Family Law, in a review published today in .

Professor Keith Hall was recently quoted in the Baton Rouge Business Report大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 article, “.”

Professor Melissa Lonegrass 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理presented, “Hidden Law-Legislative Commentary in a Mixed Jurisdiction,” on November 11 at the Law & Society Faculty Forum, a Southern University Law Center Faculty Initiative.

Professor Christina Sautter presented her forthcoming article, The Golden Ratio of Corporate Deal-making, during the 3rd Annual Corporate & Securities Litigation Workshop at Boston University School of Law in Boston, MA. Her article will be published in the Journal of Corporation Law in 2016.

Professor Philip Hackney’s article, , will be published in the forthcoming 65 Journal of Legal Education. Professor Hackney cowrote the article with Professor Adam Chodorow of Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law.

The Louisiana Supreme Court recently cited Professor Hector Linares’s article An Open Door to the Criminal Courts, , in a concurring opinion in State v. Roberson, .

Professor Christina Sautter’s article, The Golden Ratio of Corporate Deal-making, was selected for publication in The Journal of Corporation Law.

Professor Philip Hackney will give two presentations at the ABA Business Law Section’s Annual Meeting in Chicago for its Nonprofit Committee. The first presentation will be, Disaster and Emergency Planning for the Nonprofit Organization: Preparing for and Responding to the Zombie Apocalypse. Professor Hackney will also present his paper, Taxing the Unheavenly Chorus: Why Section 501(c)(6) Trade Associations are Undeserving of Tax Exemption, which was recently published in the Denver University Law Review.

On September 3, 2015, Associate Dean Ray Diamond was a panelist on “The Procedural Importance of Powell v. McCormick大发代理金利,大发彩神代理,” the 1969 Supreme Court case that resolved the question whether a house of Congress might fail to seat a member-elect for reasons other than those explicitly stated in the Constitution. The panel was co-sponsored by George Washington University Law School and the National Association of Parliamentarians, as part of the association’s biennial meeting. The event was recorded and will be later televised by CSPAN.

Columbia Law School’s CLS Blue Sky Blog featured Professor Christina Sautter’s article, , forthcoming in the Tulane Law Review. The feature can be accessed . The CLS Blue Sky Blog is Columbia Law School’s blog on corporations and capital markets.

A review of Professor Blake Hudson’s new book, Constitutions and the Commons, was recently published by the Canadian journal, The Forestry Chronicle.

The American Bar Association Journal used criteria developed by Professor Christine Corcos for jurors to select the “most important and most influential movies” of the past ten decades in their issue. Professor Corcos was one of the jurors who selected the since 1915.

Professor Corcos published Seeing It Coming Since 1945: State Bans and Regulations of “Crafty Science” Speech and Activity,大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 37 Thomas Jefferson Law Review 39 (2014) as part of a symposium issue.

Professor Paul Baier大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was recently a guest on Bloomberg Radio’s “Bloomberg Law,” where he discussed a lawsuit brought by the National Rifle Association over Seattle’s new tax on the sales of firearms and ammunition. He was joined by Nancy Staudt, Dean, Washington School of Law-St. Louis.

Interim Co-Dean and Professor Bill Corbett recently published an article about the United States Supreme Court’s 2015 decision on pregnancy discrimination. The article is titled It is published in the online edition of the Washington University Law Review Commentaries and later will be published in the print edition of the law review.

On July 30, 2015, at the annual meeting of the Southeast Association of Law Schools, Professor Michael Coenen served as a panelist for the “Newer Law Teachers Workshop,” presenting on the topic of “Creating Successful Methods of Assessment, Including Essay and Multiple Choice Questions.” At the same conference, Associate Dean Ray Diamond was a panelist on two Constitutional Law workshops: on July 27, “Law Under Pressure: Ferguson, Missouri, Revisited”; and on August 1, “State Emergencies and the Constitution: Lessons from the Tenth Anniversary of Katrina.”

On July 29, Professor Ken Levy, the Holt B. Harrison Associate Professor of Law, gave a lecture at NYU Law School for the SEO Law Institute introducing minority law students who will be attending the top 10 law schools in the fall to criminal law and law school generally. This is the second year that Professor Levy was asked to speak on the topic at NYU’s summer programs.

Professor Christina Sautter’s 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理forthcoming article, , which examines the re-emergence of crown jewel lock-up options in M&A transactions, was featured on the .

Professor Melissa Lonegrass spoke to the Real Property Committee of the New Orleans Bar Association on Wednesday, July 29. Professor Lonegrass discussed her recent article, . 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理Her talk focused on recent Louisiana case law addressing the effects of contractual waivers of a landlord’s obligation to maintain and repair leased premises.

Professor Keith Hall大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 spoke on the topic “Induced Seismicity: An Energy Lawyer’s Guide to Legal Issues and the Causes of Man-Made Earthquakes” at the 61st Annual Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute in Anchorage, Alaska on July 16, 2015.

Associate Dean Raymond Diamond, appeared on Louisiana Public Square’s July 22, 2015 program , discussing the societal implications of the display of the Confederate Battle Flag, the maintenance of Confederate war memorials, and the constitutionality of secession during the Civil War.

On July 17, Professor Ken Levy appeared on LPB’s, Louisiana: The State We’re In, discussing Glossip v. Gross, the Supreme Court’s recent decision about the death penalty and its implications for Louisiana.

Associate Dean Raymond Diamond recently appeared on LPB’s, , discussing the implications of Obergefell v. Hodges, the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision on same sex marriage.

Professor Christina Sautter’s article was selected for publication in the Tulane Law Review.

Professors Paul Baier, Melissa Lonegrass, and Olivier Moreteau presented papers at the Fourth Worldwide Congress of Mixed Jurisdiction Jurists, Montreal Canada, on June 25-26, 2015. Professor Baier presented, The Constitution as Code, Professor Lonegrass presented, Code and Commentary in a Mixed Jurisdiction—The Louisiana Experience, and Professor Moreteau presented, Teaching the Civil Law in Louisiana: Should the Professor Be System-Neutral or Militant?

Professor Melissa Lonegrass’ article, Eliminating Landlord Retaliation in England and Wales—Lessons from the United States大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was recently featured on the of the Law Professor Blogs Network.

Professor Hector Linares大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 recently served as faculty for the National Juvenile Defender Center’s JTIP Summer Academy held at the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington D.C., an intensive week-long training for select juvenile defense attorneys from across the country. Professor Linares also recently conducted trainings for juvenile public defenders in Oxford, Mississippi and Atlanta, Georgia.

Professor Elizabeth Carter大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was quoted in the article, , in the Times Picayune.

Professor Robert Lancaster was a panelist at the 38th Annual AALS Conference on Clinical Legal Education. The panel topic was “Birds of a Feather Teach Together: Collaborations Between Law Clinic and Field placement Faculty to Educate a New Generation of Reflective Practitioners” and addressed creative ways law schools can increase experiential educational opportunities for their students. Professor Lancaster spoke specifically about new initiatives in the LSU Law Center’s clinical program that give students practical training in the real practice of law.

Vice Chancellor Raymond Diamond大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 before the Louisiana Legislature on June 2 on the implications of the proposal for a constitutional convention to amend the U.S. Constitution.

Professor Melissa Lonegrass’ article, , was recently published in Volume 75 of the Louisiana Law Review.

Spring 2015

The Louisiana Law Review recently published Volume 75, Issue 4. Issue 4 includes five professional pieces covering the Model Business Corporation Act, landlord retaliation, frivolous civil appeals, vendor’s privilege, and oil and gas mythology in Louisiana. Issue 4 also features four student pieces discussing nonpecuniary damages, noncompetes, natural servitudes of drain, and postmarital agreements. Please visit the Louisiana Law Review’s for more information.

Assistant Professor and Teaching Fellow Kat Macfarlane大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 testified in front of the Louisiana Health and Welfare committee on May 7, 2015, in support of HB 319, which requires doctor notification before certain forms of medications known as biologics are replaced by pharmacists for biosimilars. She was interviewed in connection with her testimony on Talk 107.3 and NBC 33.

Professor Philip Hackney’s article, 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理, is forthcoming in the Valparaiso University Law Review. The article was recently mentioned in a Forbes blog and in Bookforum.

Professor Hackney was recently quoted in a USA Today regarding the NFL’s decision to give up the tax-exempt status for its league office.

Professor Jeffrey Brooks received the 2015 Steven Schneebaum Award at the White & Case International Rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition that was recently held in Washington, DC. The Jessup Competition is the world’s largest moot court competition, with participants from over 550 law schools in more than 80 countries. The Schneebaum Award is presented to an administrator of one of the qualifying rounds of the competition held around the world. Professor Brooks received the award along with Jennifer Englader. Brooks and Englander co-administered the United States-South (New Orleans) rounds.

The Louisiana Law Review 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理recently published Volume 75, Issue 3. Issue 3 includes four professional pieces covering Louisiana future advance mortgages, the role of traditional legal institutions in law reform, changes in the Louisiana law of pledge, and the private right of action under Louisiana securities law. Issue 3 also features four student pieces discussing Louisiana Mineral Code article 190, hydraulic fracturing and subsurface trespass in Louisiana, dedications to public use in Louisiana, and the Due Process and Equal Protection Clauses of the Fourteenth Amendment. Please visit the Louisiana Law Review’s for more information.

Winter 2015

Professor Keith Hall’s article, The Application of Oil & Gas Lease Implied Covenants: Old Meets New, was cited multiple times by the Ohio Court of Appeals in its opinion in Yoder v. Artex Oil Co.大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 Professor Hall’s article was published in the 32nd Annual Proceedings of the Energy & Mineral Law Institute.

Professor Christine Corcos was recently quoted in the article, , in Vice Magazine. Professor Corcos was also interviewed for the article, The Big Picture on Photo Consents in Veterinary Brief.

Professor Michael Coenen’s article, Combining Constitutional Clauses, has been accepted for publication in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review.

Professor Blake Hudson received the from the University of Montevallo.

Professor Hector Linares大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 served as faculty for the Louisiana Public Defender Board’s recent Juvenile Defender Training. He presented on the topics of Families in Need of Services and Developing a Theory of the Case. The training was held in Baton Rouge.

On February 2, Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 took part in a about the IRS and Nonprofits on “The Source,” a Texas Public Radio Program.

Professor Robert Lancaster recently gave two presentations at the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts – Louisiana Annual Conference:Transformative, Facilitative, and Evaluative Mediation Models and Ethical Considerations in Family Mediation. Students from the LSU Civil Mediation Clinic assisted by serving as actors in a mediation role play that Professor Lancaster used to demonstrate different mediation styles. The Conference was sponsored by the LSU Family Mediation Clinic and was attended by judges, family lawyers, child-custody evaluators, parenting coordinators, and forensic financial divorce experts from around the state. The goal of the conference was to bring all of the professionals operating in family courts together to discuss best practices and consider improvements to the family court system.

Vice Chancellor Raymond Diamond大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 appeared on LPB’s on January 28, to discuss “Louisiana After Ferguson: Who is Policing the Police in Louisiana?”

The Louisiana Law Review 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理recently published Volume 75, Issue 2, which centers around the Law Review’s 2014 Symposium, “The Rest of the Story: Resolving the Cases Remanded by the MDL.” The Issue includes four professional pieces on multidistrict litigation as well as four student pieces discussing various topics, including mineral servitudes, testamentary formalism, free speech, and remediation damages. Please visit the Louisiana Law Review’s for more information.

Professor Bill Corbett’s article, What Is Troubling About the Tortification of Employment Discrimination Law?, 75 Ohio St. L.J. 1027 (2014) was recently published. The article was included in a symposium issue of the Ohio State Law Law Journal, Torts and Civil Rights Law: Migration and Conflict.

Professor Philip Hackney presented a paper as part of the panel panel discussion, “IRS Oversight of Charitable and Other Exempt Organization-Broken? Fixable?,” at the AALS Annual Meeting on January 3.

Fall 2014

Professor Bill Corbett presented, “The Perils of Hiring and Firing,” to the Louisiana State Library Administrators’ Conference in Baton Rouge on November 14.

On November 5, 2014, Professor Philip Hackney participated in the discussion,”Should Sports Leagues Be Tax Exempt?”, sponsored by the DC Bar Association.

Professor Ed Richards was recently interviewed by Voice of America on public health law and civil rights.

Professor Elizabeth Carter大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was featured in WalletHub’s recent examining 2014’s Richest and Poorest States.

The Louisiana Law Review is pleased to announce the publication of Volume 75, Issue 1. Issue 1 discusses topics such as the Supreme Court’s latest opinion addressing the Fourth Amendment, contract law and the Hand Formula, the Confrontation Clause, and the Fair Housing Act. Please visit the Louisiana Law Review’s new for more information.

Professor Philip Hackney was recently quoted in two articles regarding the NFL: and .

Professor Philip Hackney大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 participated on a panel titled, “Enterprise Risk Management for Nonprofit Organizations: Meeting Challenges to Tax-Exempt Status,” on September 13 at the annual ABA Business Section meeting in Chicago.

Summer 2014

Professor Heidi Thompson will present, “Are You Ready for Some Football?” – to Effectively Teach the Appellate Process?, at the New England Consortium of Legal Writing Teachers Conference in September.

Professor Katherine Macfarlane’s article “A New Approach to Local Rules” will be published in a forthcoming volume of the Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties.

Professor Edward Richards was quoted in the article, , that appeared in The Chronicle of Higher Education on July 14.

Professor Keith Hall大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 served on a panel that discussed “Perspectives on Latin American Civil Law Issues in AIPN Model Contracts” at the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators Model Contracts Workshop in San Francisco on June 24, 2014.

Professor Hall and Professor Arash Dahi Taleghani of the LSU Department of Petroleum Engineering co-authored a paper titled “Using Technology to Avoid Trespass Liability Based on Subsurface Intrusions of Hydraulic Fractures,” which was accepted for publication in connection with the Unconventional Resources Technology Conference that is co-sponsored by the Society of Petroleum Engineers, the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, and the Society of Exploration Geophysicists. The conference will be August 25-27, 2014 in Denver, and Professor Hall will present the paper on August 27.

On June 19, Professor Lee Ann Lockridge大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 provided commentary on the WJBO morning show regarding the implications of the recent decision by the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board ordering cancellation of several trademark registrations owned by the Washington Redskins.

Professor Ken Levy’s article, It’s Not Too Difficult: A Plea to Resurrect the Impossibility Defense, will be published in New Mexico Law Review.

Professor Levy’s op-ed, “,” was published on June 20 in the Times Picayune.

Professor Olivier Moreteau was awarded the John Ashby Hernandez III Memorial Francophone Leadership Award by the Louisiana State Bar Association at the General Assembly and House of Delegates meeting on June 5 at the annual Bar Association Convention in Destin, Florida.

Professor Christina Sautter presented her work-in-progress tentatively titled Judicial Disconnect? as part of the Examining Market Actors panel at the Law and Society Association (LSA) Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, MN on May 31, 2014.

She also served as a discussant on the Corporate Governance & Locus of Power panel at the LSA Annual Meeting on May 30, 2014. As a discussant she commented on papers written by Professors Jayne Barnard, Tamara Belinfanti, Elizabeth Nowicki, and Megan Shaner.

Professor Sautter’s article was published in the most recent issue of the Case Western Reserve Law Review.

Professor Philip Hackney presented his paper, Taxing the Unheavenly Chorus: Why Section 501(c)(6) Trade Associations are Undeserving of Tax-Exemption, at the 9th Annual Junior Tax Scholars Workshop on June 7.

Professor Philip Hackney was recently quoted in the Politico article, .

Professor Darlene Goring大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 will participate in the conference, ”Patriots or Invaders? Immigrants in the Military in Modern America?” hosted by the Princeton Center for Migration and Development, May 23-24.

Teaching Fellow Kevin Bennardo’s article, Decoupling Federal Offense Guidelines from Statutory Limits on Sentencing, was published in the most recent issue of the Missouri Law Review. His commentary, A Perspective on the Proposed Amendments to the Drug Distribution Guideline, is forthcoming in the April 2014 issue of the Federal Sentencing Reporter. And his latest article, Post-Sentencing Appellate Waivers, was recently accepted for publication in the University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform.

Professor Robert Lancaster大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 was a panelist at a plenary session of the American Association of Law Schools Annual Clinical Legal Education Conference held in Chicago, Illinois in April 2014. The plenary was titled “Curricular Reform — Preserving the Integrity of Experiential Learning.”

Professor Michael Coenen’s article Rules Against Rulification has been accepted for publication in the Yale Law Journal.

Professor Coenene’s article, Spillover Across Remedies has been published in Volume 98 of the Minnesota Law Review.

Teaching Fellow and Assistant Professor of Professional Practice Katherine Macfarlane has been invited to teach at Loyola Law School’s “Journalist Law School,” a four-day seminar for professional journalists held each May in downtown Los Angeles. She will present on “How to Access and Interpret Federal Dockets When Reporting On Federal Cases.”

LSU Law Visiting Professor Paul Finkelman was recently interviewed by regarding Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action.

Professor Jeffrey Brooks was recently quoted in the Baton Rouge Business Report article, “.”

Professor William Corbett will be honored by the Louisiana Bar Foundation as the 2013 Distinguished Professor at their annual gala on April 11. Recognition is given to those individuals who, by reason of his or her professional activities, have distinguished themselves in their chosen profession and have brought credit and honor to the legal profession.

On April 15, Professor Philip Hackney will present at the 15th大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 Annual Nonprofit Law Conference 2014 of Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education on “Medical Marijuana Dispensaries: Tax-Exempt or Not.”

On April 4, Professor Hackney presented his paper Should the IRS never “Target” taxpayers? An Examination of the IRS Tea Party Affair大发代理金利,大发彩神代理 at , a law review symposium at Valparaiso Law.

Professor Hackney’s essay, “”, has been published in the Iowa Law Review Bulletin.

On March 21, Professor Hackney presented his paper, Business Leagues, the Collective Action (Non) Problem and Tax Exemption at the Tulane Tax Roundtable. He was a discussant for the paper, Taxing Human Equity, by Tulane Professor Shu-Yi Oei.

Professor Hackney has been invited to serve on Independent Sector’s 2014 Ethics and Accountability Advisory Committee. This committee will provide guidance and direction on Independent Sector’s ethics and accountability portfolio, which supports and promotes the highest standards of governance, transparency and accountability in the nonprofit and philanthropic community. Independent Sector is the leadership network for nonprofits, foundation and corporate giving programs committed to advancing the common good in America and around the world.

Teaching Fellow and Assistant Professor of Professional Practice Katherine Macfarlane’s article “Analyzing the SDNY’s Amended Related Case Rule” will appear this summer in the NYU Annual Survey of American Law.

Professor Kenneth Mayeaux’s 大发代理金利,大发彩神代理op-ed, , was recently published in the Times-Picayune.