The Future of Community Property: Is the Regime Still Viable in the 21st Century?

The Louisiana Law Review hosted its annual Symposium on April 1, 2011 at the LSU Law Center McKernan Law Auditorium. This year’s symposium was titled “The Future of Community Property: Is the Regime Still Viable in the 21st Century?” More than 80 people attended the full day presentation, including two Baton Rouge family law judges and dozens of family law practitioners from all over Louisiana. The symposium was organized with the assistance of LSU’s Professor Andrea Carroll and featured presentations from prominent commentators from around the nation, including Marsha Garrison (family law professor at Brooklyn Law School and author of two widely used casebooks) and Charlotte Goldberg (professor at Loyola Los Angeles and author of a leading community property textbook). Print editions of the symposium presentations will be published in Volume 72 of the Louisiana Law Review, which will be in print in the Fall of 2011. For more information about the event’s speakers and presentations, see the event brochure.

Presentations and Visual Aides

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