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Former Leaders


A. Lenoir 

1971-72, founding dean, had the arduous task of creating a "separate, but equal" institution for African Americans to pursue a legal education in the State of Louisiana

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Vanue B. Lacour

1970-1971, one of the school's original faculty members and a noted legal scholar, placed emphasis on faculty and student legal scholarship.

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Jesse N. Stone

1971-72, one of the school's first graduates, focused the program of instruction on flexibility to meet the varied needs of the student and curriculum revisions to involve testing the role of law in solving societal problems.

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Louis Berry

1972-74, initiated the "seriousness of purpose" axiom for law students demonstrated through class attendance, preparation, and participation in the academic life of the law school.

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B. K. Agnihotri

1974-2001, led the way in development and expansion of facilities, programs, faculty, staff, and student body, as well as strengthening of alumni ties and ABA accreditation.

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