JessicaTiger wrote:I feel like we should have our TLS names printed on our name tags along with the real ones so we can identify people this time lol.
Or maybe just take a pen and put a little mini * or something subtle.
Lsat101 wrote:Hey Guys,
I also got the invite to the scholarship dinner on the 26th. To be honest, I had pretty much crossed LSU off my list but they offered me 12k a year and now are back in the running. I was in Oxford visiting Ole Miss when I heard so there was no way for me to make it to Baton Rouge, would anyone mind elaborating on the ASD? My concern with LSU is the uniquely Louisiana law curriculum. I plan on taking the bar/practicing out of the state so I'm not sure how that affects job prospects. I will try to make it to the dinner and have these questions answered but any insight would be great. Thanks
ASD went great IMO. Started with a message from the Chancellor. Next was a mock class with Trahan. Hilarious stuff, and I can vouch he was like that in his normal class because I sat in on his class when I visited in January. Next there was a staff panel with people from financial aid, registrar, library, etc. Pretty basic stuff. Next was lunch, then a student panel where they answered questions. Again, basic stuff. Tour then free tshirt.
Obviously, LSU places mainly in Louisiana. Followed by Texas. Then Florida.. http://www.law.lsu.edu/index.cfm?geaux= ... ilocations
I mean, I wouldn't come in expecting Florida law firms to come in and OCI. If you are really looking out of state you'll probably have to do a lot of resume mailings. The thing with LSU is it's common law PLUS civil law. You get both. Probably one of the reasons the saying goes "If you can pass the Louisiana Bar you can pass the Bar anywhere"