August 5, 2021

Volume XI, Number 217

Southern University Law Center

The mission and tradition of Southern University Law Center is to provide access and opportunity to a diverse group of students from underrepresented racial, ethnic, and socio-economic groups to obtain a high quality legal education with special emphasis on the Louisiana civil law. Additionally, our mission is to train a cadre of lawyers equipped with the skills necessary for the practice of law and for positions of leadership in society.


Contributing authors from Southern University Law Center:

Charletta Eugenia Anderson-Fortson, 3L at Southern University Law Center
Charletta Anderson-Fortson is a 3L student at Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, LA, and an Atlanta, Georgia native. She received a Bachelor of Business Administration in...
Gilbert Bayonnne, Law Student, Southern University Law Center
Gilbert Bayonne is a third-year law student at Southern University Law Center (SULC) from Long Island, New York. Gilbert graduated from University of Bridgeport in 2010 with a B.S. in...
Rebecca Block, JD Candidate at Southern University Law Center
Rebecca Heatherly Block was born in Thibodaux, Louisiana and grew up in Franklin, Louisiana. She was a History Major and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Loyola University New Orleans...
Erin Hammons, Southern University Law Center, Louisiana, Law Student
Erin Ashley Hammons is a 2017 J.D. candidate at Southern University Law Center in Louisiana. Erin serves as a junior editor for Southern University Law Center’s Law Review and her legal...
Scott David Harrington, Law Student, Southern University Law Firm
Scott D. Harrington is a 2015 J.D. candidate enrolled in Southern University Law Center’s evening division program where he also serves as an editor of the Southern University Law Review...
Chase Manuel is a third year law student at Southern University Law Center and is pursuing registration as a patent attorney with the United State Patent and Trademark Office. He graduated...