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Current 1L Candice M. Bennatt was named Miss Louisiana USA 2015 on October 25, 2014 in Lafayette, LA. Ms. Bennatt, who represented Ville Platte in the competition, was one of 44 contestants. She will represent Louisiana in the Miss USA Pageant in June 2015. 

Associate Professor Andrea Armstrong has been listed as one of the 40 under 40 in Gambit's 2014 list.

The online article can be found here.

Stephen D. Hébert ’98 (political science), J.D. ’02, a New Orleans-based sole practitioner, has been named by New Orleans Magazine as a top lawyer in criminal defense for 2014.

Mirais Holden (J.D. '13) joined the New Orleans office of Liskow & Lewis as an associate and will practice in the areas of business and energy litigation.

Prior to joining Liskow & Lewis, she served as a law clerk to the Hon. Carl J. Barbier (J.D. ’70) in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal appointed Kernan “Kerry” Hand, Jr. (J.D., '98) to the Board of Tax Appeals. The Board makes decisions on state and local tax liability cases involving both individuals and businesses.

On September 17, 2014, Dean María Pabón López offered the keynote address at the Loyola-hosted Constitution and Citizenship Day Naturalization Ceremony. The event, organized and offered by The U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of Louisiana, was held for citizenship candidates to take the Oath of Allegiance to officially become U.S. citizens. Dean López, who was born in Okinawa and raised in Puerto Rico, was the first person to address the new citizens. She highlighted the U.S.

Kristy Brumfield, a 2L civil division evening student, has recently been featured in a profile by Lawdragon campus, a legal media company which provides free online news and features to prospective and current law students and lawyers and firms.

The Greater New Orleans Martinet Legal Society, Inc. and the New Orleans Martinet Legal Foundation, Inc. awarded 3L Misha Logan a scholarship at its annual "Forging Our Future" jazz brunch and scholarship gala on September 13, 2014. Martinet scholarships are awarded to law students and fund community service projects that effectuate change and benefit the community. Loyola and Tulane law students who are members of BLSA and who demonstrate outstanding academic merit are eligible for the awards of up to $2,000 each.

The Greater New Orleans Martinet Legal Society, Inc. and the New Orleans Martinet Legal Foundation, Inc. awarded 2L Taifa Goff a scholarship at its annual "Forging Our Future" jazz brunch and scholarship gala on September 13, 2014. Martinet scholarships are awarded to law students and fund community service projects that effectuate change and benefit the community. Loyola and Tulane law students who are members of BLSA and who demonstrate outstanding academic merit are eligible for the awards of up to $2,000 each.

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