In civil action suit Terrebonne Parish Branch NAACP, et al. v. Jindal, et al., Louisiana’s 32nd Judicial District Court ruled that “at-large voting for the 32nd JDC deprives black voters of the equal opportunity to elect candidates of their choice” and that at-large voting has
Gender and Judicial Education by Ulrike Schultz, T. Brettel Dawson, and Gisela Shaw examines the ways in which gender is addressed—or ignored—in judicial education. Judges’ schools train incoming members of the judiciary—judges, and, at times, prosecutors. These schools prepare prospective judicial servants for careers in
Gender and Racial Diversity of Louisiana’s Judges Tuesday, October 4, 2016 – 6:00 PM to Wednesday, December 31, 1969 – 6:00 PM Location: uptown campus Building:Weinmann Hall (Law), 110 Please join us for the release of a report including research by Salmon Shomade and Sally J.