Taylor, Porter, Brooks & Phillips LLP issued the following announcement on June 25.
Taylor Porter will host seven students for the second session of its 2019 summer law clerk program in which under the guidance of practicing Taylor Porter attorneys and mentors, law clerks gain hands-on experience and interaction that reﬂect real life as a lawyer. The work ranges from case research to legal writing to shadowing attorneys at depositions, hearings, and oral arguments, and speaking with both Taylor Porter partners and associates one-on-one and learning about their personal experiences.
Representing Southern University Law Center are Stacy Porche (2L) and David Bayard (1L); and representing LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center are Anne Boudreaux (1L), Elyce Ieyoub (1L), Andrew Jarreau (1L), Eric Morvant (1L), and Camille Schwaner (1L).
Stacy Porche completed her second year of law school in the evening program at Southern University Law Center, where she has made the Dean’s List every semester and is currently ranked fifth in her class. She is a member of the Trial Advocacy Board and competed in the Intra-School Mock Trial Competition, where her team was awarded best defense. She is also on the Board of Student Advisors and works as a teaching assistant for Contracts and Obligations courses. Stacy is one of the two 2019 Defense Research Institute Diversity Scholarship recipients. Stacy works full-time for the Louisiana Department of Justice in the Gaming Division as a Legal Research Assistant. Originally, from Peoria, Arizona, she received her Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University. Prior to law school, Stacy worked for eight years in business operations in higher education. Stacy will be mentored by Taylor Porter attorneys Kiki Bergeron and Savannah Smith.
David Bayard completed his first year at Southern University Law Center. David received his Interdisciplinary Studies degree from LSU and has spent the past 7 years teaching history and coaching football at Northwestern State, Catholic High, The Dunham School, Christian Life, and East Iberville. David has clerked for Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell, and Berkowitz in Baton Rouge. David will be mentored by Taylor Porter attorneysJonathan Moore and Colin Peak.
Anne Boudreaux completed her first year at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center where she is both an Hebert and Dean’s scholar. In the fall semester, she participated in the Public Interest Law Society’s Fall Day of Service, and she has just finished a clerkship with Breazeale, Sachse, and Wilson. Anne grew up in Baton Rouge, and she graduated Magna Cum Laude from LSU with a B.S. in Accounting. Anne will be mentored by Taylor Porter attorneys Amy Lambert and Ne’Shira Millender.
Elyce Ieyoub completed her first year at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center, where she is a member of the Public Interest Law Society and the LSU Law intramural soccer team. She was on the Fall 2018 Hebert Scholar’s List. Elyce graduated as a University Medalist, Summa Cum Laude, from LSU with a bachelor’s of science degree in Psychology and a minor in History. During the first split of Summer 2019, Elyce was a Judicial Extern for Magistrate Judge Kathleen Kay at the United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana. Elyce will be mentored by Taylor Porter attorneys Barrye Miyagi and Caroline Darwin.
Andrew Jarreau completed his first year at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center. He was a player in the Barrister’s Bowl annual charity football game. Andrew clerked the first split of the summer at Breazeale, Sachse, & Wilson. He received his BS from Millsaps College, where he was a member of the Millsaps Majors Football Team. Andrew grew up right outside of Baton Rouge in Livonia. Andrew will be mentored by Taylor Porter attorneys John Parker and Ryan French.
Eric Morvant completed his first year at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center. He received his undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University where he studied Political Science and Psychology. He was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity where he served as Vice President and Rush Chairman. He has also obtained his LexisNexis Professional Research Certification. Eric spent the first half of this summer clerking at Jones Walker's Baton Rouge office. Eric will be mentored by Taylor Porter attorneys John Murrill and John Milazzo.
Camille Schwaner completed her first year at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center, where she is a Paul M. Hebert Scholar and has received the CALI Award in Torts and Civil Law Property. Camille graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Louisiana-Lafayette with a BA in Political Science with a concentration in Pre-Law and a BA in Criminal Justice. Camille has clerked for Jones Walker and is a research assistant and tutor for John Church. Camille will be mentored by Taylor Porter attorneys Dick Easterling and Lauren Hadden.
Pictured from left: Eric Morvant (LSU 1L); David Bayard (SULC 1L); Stacy Porche (SULC 2L); Anne Boudreaux (LSU 1L); Elyce Ieyoub (LSU 1L); Camille Schwaner (LSU 1L); and Andrew Jarreau (LSU 1L)
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