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Bossier’s Judge Caraway chosen as LSU Law Center adjunct faculty

The Second Circuit Court of Appeal announces that Judge Jay Caraway of Bossier City has been invited by the LSU Law Center in Baton Rouge to be a visiting adjunct faculty member of the law school for the fall semester of 2015.

Judge Jay Caraway“I appreciate the honor of being asked to teach at the Law Center,” Judge Caraway remarked. “I know that other members of our court in the past, such as my former colleague, Chief Judge Corky Marvin, have had the pleasure of teaching LSU students.”

Judge Caraway has been a judge on the Second Circuit since 1996.

Judge Caraway will lead a weekly seminar pertaining to the examination of title to mineral properties and real estate. Judge Caraway previously practiced law with the firm of Blanchard, Walker, O’Quin & Roberts where an emphasis of his practice involved oil and gas law. He has spoken on numerous occasions at the LSU Mineral Law Institute and is a former member of the Advisory Council for the Institute.

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