Archive for October, 2015

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The Law Library of Louisiana hosts ‘Freedom Rides’ exhibit– created as a companion to a PBS documentary

The Louisiana Law Library, housed in the Louisiana Supreme Court, hosted a six-panel display telling the story of the Freedom Rides. The exhibit, created by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History in partnership with the PBS history series “American …

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Judge Cassibry Exhibit and Statue

In 1999, Act 708 was passed by the Louisiana State Legislature naming the city block on which the Louisiana Supreme Court Building sits as the Judge Fred J. Cassibry Square.  The Act states that two memorial plaques would be placed …

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SCLAHS Welcomes New Board Members

The board of the Supreme Court of Louisiana Historical Society (SCLAHS) met on May 21, 2015 at the Law Library of Louisiana located in the Supreme Court building. The Annual Meeting was held immediately afterward. Board President Donna D. Fraiche …

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