Sports and Gaming Law:
What can NCAA athletes say on social media?
What is the future of fantasy football?
Are student athletes employees and should they be paid as such?
What law governs riverboat casinos?
On January 27, the LSU Law Center, the Pugh Center for Justice, and experts from across the country will discuss and analyze these complex issues in the sports and gaming industries. Please join us for this exciting Symposium. This Symposium qualifies for 7 free CLE credits in Louisiana and lunch is provided. See you there!
Register here: https://www.law.lsu.edu/symposium/
The Legal Ease is back to discuss the legality of Traffic Cameras with attorney Mark Hill. Tim Robinson discusses “Ballot Selfies” in “Street Law with Tim Robinson.” Hunter Schoen talks about a law clerk who decided she could not wait to be a judge in “C’mon Judge”. The “Bayou Barrister” returns.
Street Law with Tim Robinson
Ballot Selfies Lawsuit
Law Clerk wants to be a Judge
Complaint against Rhonda Crawford
Synallagmatic — 1908
Simulation — 2025
Effects as to Third Persons — 2028
Mayor Landrieu Announces Traffic Camera Increase
Traffic Cameras are a Municipal Moneymaking Scam — VICE
Sample Traffic Camera Ticket from Ohio
The Editorial Board of Volume 77 of the Louisiana Law Review is proud to announce and congratulate those students who have been accepted as Junior Associates for Volume 77. We received many excellent applications this year, and we would like to thank all of the students that applied. The following new Junior Associates have demonstrated great talent, and we look forward to working with them this upcoming year. Please join us in congratulating them on their efforts.