Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Proudest moment of my time at UHLC.
I had so many good times at UHLC, including (surprisingly enough) the post-Tropical Storm Allison time, when everyone at the law school -- including those inside the school and our alumni and other supporters -- pulled together to rebuild just under $50 million in damage. But probably the high point was working with UH's then-president Art Smith, with Sondra Tennessee, and with Seth Chandler on the decision to move Loyola-New Orleans's law school INTO UHLC after Katrina. Loyola's community became wonderful neighbors and friends. As we remember Hurricane Katrina, it's a chance for me to thank again all those who made that temporary arrangement seamless.