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Verchick’s expertise addressed President-Elect Trump’s ability to roll back environmental regulation.

Loyola University New Orleans College of Law's St. Thomas More Inn of Court this year adopted Covenant House, a nonprofit charity helping homeless youth, as one of its outreach activities. Members of the Inn, a group of law alumni and students dedicated to the advancement and study of the practice of law in the United States, hosted a pizza party for the kids who live at Covenant House and recently slept out in solidarity with the teens who live on the street to raise awareness about homelessness and raise money to help support Covenant House.

Edwards owns a practice in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi.  He also works in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps of the Mississippi National Guard. 

Powers wrote the highest scoring bar exam of all 2,975 July test takers in the state of Texas.  She will have the opportunity to speak at the Texas swearing in ceremony November 21st.

Ms. McGregor is a member of the Firm's Civil Appellate and Commercial Litigation sections.

Professor Emeritus James Klebba traveled to Russia this September to teach a “mini-course” to LL.M. students at Moscow State University.  53 students were enrolled in the course which ran from September 12th through the 20th.  

M. Isabel Medina delivered the Fourth Annual Judge Harry J. Wilters Jr. Lecture on Constitutional Law and Professional Ethics at the University of South Alabama on September 20, 2016, on “In Search of the Nation of Immigrants:  Balancing the Federal-State Divide.”

Professor R. Judson Mitchell co-presented "Creating a Continuum of Legal Services through Technological Support" at the 2016 Louisiana Justice Community Conference on October 13.  The session covered the ways technological advances are increasing access to legal services and resources that not only benefit the public, but also the attorney, resulting in increased access.

The Council considered an ordinance that would have individuals accused of low-level municipal offenses released on their own recognizance, rather than being jailed if they cannot afford a bond.

Professor Wallace participated in a panel discussion titled “Evaluating Tomorrow's Lawyers: Leading the Way to Learning Outcomes”

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