A university is seeking more than $2,000 from a student.
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A university is seeking more than $2,000 in sums due.
A university is seeking more than $4,000.
GRETNA – A university is seeking more than $1,200.
A university is seeking over $3,000, claiming that a student never paid it.
LAFAYETTE—He was known as the judge who was “Firm but fair.”
The University of Louisiana is seeking more than $3,000 stemming from a student contract for housing and meals.
NEW ORLEANS – A university is suing a student, alleging failure to pay more than $3,000.
GRETNA – The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is seeking damages for an allegedly open account.
NEW ORLEANS – The University of Louisiana at Lafayette alleges a former student has not paid his fees.
GRETNA – The University of Louisiana at Lafayette alleges a former student has an open account.
NEW ORLEANS – University of Louisiana at Lafayette is seeking damages for a student's unpaid debt.
&&& GRETNA – University of Louisiana at Lafayette claims that a student has failed to pay her debt.
NEW ORLEANS – Breaux Bridge educator Ashley Gary Higginbotham is the newest member of the Judiciary Commission of Louisiana, the state's judicial disciplinary agency, which has a unique method for adding members compared to similar agencies in other states.
GRETNA – The University of Louisiana at Lafayette claims that a former student failed to make necessary payments.
BATON ROUGE — Following a mistrial in his discrimination suit against the University of Louisiana-Lafayette, former head football coach Jerry Baldwin has asked for another day in court.
WINNFIELD – If you pay a visit the Louisiana Political Museum, you’ll see the vehicle the late Gov. Earl Long used for political campaigning and Gov. Huey P. Long’s ornate dining room set. But you can also take a gander at the roster of this year’s inductees into the museum’s Political Hall of Fame, including retired Lafayette Judge Kaliste Saloom Jr.
LAFAYETTE—Following an academic fraud investigation into David Saunders, former Ragin' Cajuns assistant football coach for the University of Louisiana-Lafayette (ULL), the school has filed a lawsuit against ACT Inc.