Tracking Louisiana´s Legal Heritage:
 Celebrating 200 Years of the Federal Courts in Louisiana
 
 

Tracking Louisiana’s Legal Heritage

Celebrating 200 Years of the Federal Courts in Louisiana

4 HOUR FREE CLE

Friday, April 13, 2012 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 pm.

Hyatt Regency New Orleans, Empire Ballroom, 601 Loyola Avenue, New Orleans, LA

Followed by a champagne and cake reception at the Hyatt Regency

Presenters

Warren M. Billings, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of History Emeritus, University of New Orleans and Visiting Professor of Law, The College of William and Mary Law School - Moderator

Richard Campanella, M.S., Geographer / Senior Professor of Practice, Tulane School of Architecture - “A Walk Through the Streets of New Orleans at the Time of the Court's Foundation”

John Magill, M.A., Curator/Historian, The Historic New Orleans Collection - “Transient Justice: 200 Years of United States District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana Courthouses”

John Randall Trahan, J.D., Louis B. Porterie Professor of Law, Paul M. Hébert Law Center, Louisiana State University - “The Civilian Aspects of Louisiana Law”

Mark F. Fernandez, Ph.D., Professor of History, Loyola University New Orleans - “Creoles and Americans: The Cultural and Political Background to the Foundation of the Court”

Jason Wiese, M.L.I.S., Assistant Director, Williams Research Center, The Historic New Orleans Collection - “Andrew Jackson’s Quarrel with Judge Dominick A. Hall”

Raphael Cassimere, Jr., Ph.D., Seraphia D. Leyda University Teaching Professor, Emeritus, University of New Orleans - “The Role of the Federal Court in the Early Civil Rights Movement in Louisiana”

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