Southern University Law Review


The Southern University Law Review strives to be a leader in scholarship and research for lawyers, law students, judges, and scholars from across the state and the world. Check out the articles in our current issue by clicking on the links to the left.  For information about submitting your own work or subscribing to our publication click on the appropriate link on the left-hand menu.

Volume 44, Issue 2

Free Speech and Signage After Reed v. Town of Gilbert: Signs of Change from the Bayou State
Kolby P. Marchand
Avoyelles Parish Public Schools: Louisiana School for the Agricultural Sciences’ Admission Policies as a Breeding Ground for a Return Of Legal Segregation
Daisha L. Hodges
Avoiding The Fire Next Time: Foster v. Chatman and the Inevitability of Peremptory Prejudice
Gilbert S. Bayonne
Navigating the Marshes Through the Thick Fog of Reasonable Expectations of Privacy & Jurisprudence: Social Media Records Discovery in Louisiana
Remington M. Angelle


“All I want to say is that they really don’t care about us”: Reducing Police Misconduct Via Social Control Theory
Derek A. Bisig


Since You Brought It Up: Is Legally Separating a Child from a Non-biological Third-Party Who Has Essentially Become the Child’s Psychological Parent Really in the Best Interest of the Child?
Michelle R. Gros


Drugged Driving: How the Legalization of Marijuana has Impaired the Ability of the Louisiana DWI Law
Charles Scott Courrege