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Hiroko Kusuda was quoted in the Time article "Influx of Child Immigrants Strains Courts in Louisiana"

The article can be found at http://time.com/3093029/child-migrants-immigration-reform-new-orleans/

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Leadership in Law recognizes legal professionals in four categories: firm associated, court associated, in-house counsel and educators. The following eleven alumni were recognized this year: Elisabeth Baer, Kay Baxter, Doris Bobadilla, Samantha Griffin, Paul Kitziger, Edwin Laizer, The Honorable Ronald Sholes, Eric Simonson, William Sommers, Jr., Lynn Swanson and Dorothy Tarver.

 

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We're excited that you plan to join us for the Louisiana Experiential Workshop on Thursday, May 22, 2014, at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, 526 Pine Street, New Orleans, La. Please complete the registration form below.

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Congratulations to Sara Ochs, Kristen Lewis, Patrick Reagin and Collin Melancon of the Vis Moot Team for winning the Willem C. Vis Pre-Moot Competition held in Miami. 

At the international competition in Vienna, their Respondent Brief was given honorable mention. The only schools from the United States to have honorable mention briefs were Harvard, NYU, Northwestern, Yale and Loyola.

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