Professor Sokol is co-editor of a new report from the Center for Progressive Reform. Titled "From Surviving to Thriving: Equity in Planning and Recovery," the report examines the failures of current public policy that were on display in the lead-up to and in the wake of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria in 2017. It explores the ways U.S.
Professor Davida Finger's letter "Needed facts on eviction," which appeared in the New Orleans Advocate, explains the challenges faced by vulnerable tenants in eviction court and the need for statewide legislative reform.
Professor Bill Quigley was quoted in the Washington Post about his work representing Louisiana environmental activists facing charges for violating the state's new anti-protest law.
Professor Andrea Armstrong co-authored a report for the Promise of Justice Initiative titled Dying in East Baton Rouge Parish Prison.
Professor Robert Verchick, who also serves as President of the Center for Progressive Reform, co-authored public comments to Acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler urging him to withdraw proposed changes to the agency's rule-making process. The comments received support from 85 public interest, labor, and grassroots organizations.
On July 19th, Dean Landrieu received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Louisiana Youth Seminar. The award is given in honor of Roddy Richard, a former delegate to the week-long seminar. Dean Landrieu then spoke to 330 Louisiana high school juniors and seniors who serve in leadership positions with their schools.
In his new article, Demystifying Enrichment Without Cause, which appears in the summer 2018 edition of the Louisiana Law Review, Professor Nikolaos Davrados explores the comparative and historical foundations of this obligations doctrine in the Louisiana Civil Code.
Emily Bishop, Director of the Loyola Lawyering Program and writing instructor, published an article entitled Avoiding 'Ally Theater' in Legal Writing Assignments in the journal Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing. In it, she proposes strategies for successfully incorporating issues of race, gender, and sexual orientation into the legal writing curriculum.
Professor Isabel Medina taught Constitutional Law at the Louisiana State Bar Association for high school seniors. Suit Up for the Future is a three week program through which rising 11th and 12th grade students have the opportunity to attend a short law school session, participate in field trips to law schools and courts, and shadow lawyers at area law schools and courts.