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The paper details how the most decentralized school system in the United States has started to centralizing certain services and unifying policies to help create equal opportunities for vulnerable students.

Louisiana Successions, Donations and Trusts: Cases and Materials was co-authored with Monica Hof Wallace

Imre Szalai was recently quoted in a story titled Highmark Health joins push to take employee disputes to arbitration

Law Professor Mitch Crusto is clearly a leading scholar in the important, developing area of emergency law.  Emergency law is more important today in light of the government’s response to Hurricane Katrina, the Ferguson, Missouri unrest, the Boston Marathon bombing, and the Ebola epidemic scare.  Crusto is primarily concerned about the state and governments abuses of civil liberties during emergencies. 

Klebba was also Loyola’s representative to the SEALS Steering Committee meeting held the same day.

Professor Szalai’s brief analyzed federal preemption of state arbitration laws and argues that consumers should not be bound by DirecTV’s arbitration clause.

The handbook is a portable source for the Louisiana Code of Evidence

The students were participating in the Louisiana State Bar Association’s Suit Up for the Future Program

Armstrong says her article surveys three previously unconnected areas of analysis: implicit bias, prison disciplinary rules, and judicial deference to correctional decisions.

Associate Professor Karen Sokol presented “East Meets West in Civil Disobedience Theory and Beyond: The Case of Edward Snowden” for a discussion group on Edward Snowden at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Conference.  Loyola Professor Patrick Hugg moderated the discussion.  Sokol’s presentation was based on an essay she wrote for the upcoming spring 2015 volume of The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence.

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