Deutsch Kerrigan LLP issued the following announcement on Oct. 24.
The Loyola University New Orleans College of Law has elected to recognize Evan J. Bergeron for his work with their First Amendment Moot Court team. At the start of the semester, Loyola decided to create a new title for practitioners like Mr. Bergeron. Evan is being recognized as the school's first Adjunct Professor of Advocacy for the Moot Court program due to his continued time and financial support.
About Evan Bergeron
EvanJ. Bergeron is a partner in the firm's civil litigation department who litigates and advises insurance and corporate clients in general casualty litigation, insurance coverage, insurance fraud investigations, personal injury, and premises liability claims. Aside from his insurance litigation practice, he also maintains professional interests in product defects, warranties and redhibition, the Louisiana Lemon Law, the Louisiana Unfair Trade Practices Act, First Amendment and language rights.
About Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law was established in 1914. In the Jesuit tradition of academic rigor, pursuit of justice, and service to others, the College of Law has as its mission to educate future members of the Bar to be skilled advocates and sensitive counselors-at-law committed to ethical norms in pursuit of dignity for all. The College of Law offers both civil law and common law curriculums, full time day and part-time evening programs, as well as three joint degree programs. Critical and analytical thinking, ethics and professionalism, and a commitment to serve the community of the 21st century are fostered and encouraged. The College of Law faculty is a community of scholars committed to academic excellence in teaching and scholarship, as well as service for others.
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