Taylor Porter hired Razaa and five other motivated law students for the second six week session. Under the guidance of practicing and mentor attorneys, students gain hands-on experience and interaction that reflect real life as a lawyer.
She was installed in mid-June during the organization’s annual meeting, and will serve in the Chattahoochee Judicial Circuit, Post 1 seat.
During her year as a Borchard Fellow, Holmes will work with Southeast Louisiana Legal Services (“SLLS”) to improve housing issues for elderly clients who can suffer health problems from hazardous, illegal living conditions.
Richard is a successful litigator in state and federal district courts whose experience extends to the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal and the Louisiana Supreme Court.
Professor Bill Quigley is on small a team of lawyers for one of five finalist cases for Public Justice’s Trial Lawyer of the Year Award. The award celebrates and recognizes the work of an attorney or team of attorneys working on behalf of individuals and groups that have suffered injustice and harmful abuse.
NOLA.com profiled the Kenner attorney in their Everyday Heroes series for his pro-bono work and bible studies for inmates.
Danny Luneau, J.D. ’11, has been named in the National Trial Lawyer Association’s Top 100 for the third time. Luneau is a partner at Fife Luneau in Denver, Colorado, where he represents clients in cases involving DUI, drug, assault, theft and sex crimes. The Top 100 list is made up of criminal defense and civil plaintiff attorneys, nominated by their peers and subjected to an extensive evaluation process.
Kaitlin Locascio, this year’s recipient of the Spirit of St. Ignatius Award, was profiled by Louisiana Record. The Spirit of St. Ignatius Award is presented to a law student who has achieved academic excellence and embodies Christian values in the Ignatian tradition, focused on the development of the whole person.
And at commencement ceremonies May 21, she was awarded the university’s Spirit of St. Ignatius Award and recognized as one of the its top students.
Lorenz received BU Law School’s Ernest M. Haddad Award at their May 15th Commencement, where Lorenz was bestowed an LL.M. in taxation.
She commissioned as an officer with the U.S. Army JAG Corps in October 2015 and is currently stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. On June 1, Captain Revelle will join 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team for a training mission in Korea as the operational law attorney.