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From Kristyn Lee, Moot Court Executive Board Chairman 2014-2015:

After careful consideration and deliberation, the Moot Court Program is proud to announce the 2015-2016 Moot Court Board.

From Christopher P. Brehm, 2014-2015 Editor in Chief, Journal of Public Interest Law:

It is with great pleasure that I announce the 2015-2016 Editorial Board of the Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law. We had many qualified applicants, and we thank all of the applicants for their desire to serve the Journal. It has been a great pleasure to work with them and to get to know them over the past year.

Please join us in congratulating the Loyola Maritime Law Journal's Editorial Board for the 2015-2016 school year:

Robert R.M. Verchick will lecture at the upcoming 2015 Journalists Forum on Land and the Built Environment, hosted by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University.

Congratulations to the Trial Advocacy National Team who competed in the AAJ Competition this past weekend in Ft. Lauderdale, FL finishing 6th overall out of 16 teams, and missing the top four by only two votes. 

Brooke Michiels and Nina Turk advocated for the defense and Bobby Pardo and Melanie Cleveland advocated for the plaintiff.  The team was coached by Trial Advocacy Chief of Staff Joe Damrich and Assistant US Attorney Matthew Payne. 

From Annie G. McBride, Loyola Law Review Editor in Chief, 2014-2015:

Nicole M. Babb ’07 (communication), J.D. ’13, has been hired as an environmental and toxic tort attorney at King, Krebs & Jurgens in New Orleans.

While at Loyola, Nicole was a William L. Crowe, Sr. Scholar, a Case Note/Comment Editor for Loyola Law Review, a Legal Research and Writing teaching assistant, and the Chair of Alumni Relations for the Student Bar Association.

Lynsey R. Johnson, J.D. '14, has been named a Presidential Management Fellow at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Bryan Jeansonne, J.D. ’06, was elected chairman of the East Baton Rouge Parish Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. The board licenses and regulates all businesses serving alcohol in the parish. 

Bryan is a partner/attorney at Dore Jeansonne Law Firm in Baton Rouge, specializing in business transactions and litigation, and real estate transactions and litigation. While at Loyola, Bryan served as Honor Board Chief Justice and as a member of Delta Theta Phi, The Federalist Society, and The Real Estate Law Society.