Associate Katherine Wells Attends Louisiana Supreme Court Lunch Presentation with the Haitian Bar Association

Pictured from left to right are: Louis Koerner, chair of the Francophone Section of the LSBA; Dona Renegar, President of the LSBA; Jacques Miguel Sanon, member of the Haitian Bar Association; Stanley Gaston, President of the Haitian Bar Association; Warren Perrin, Chair of the Francophone Section of the LSBA; and Katherine Wells, member of the Francophone Section of the LSBA.

On April 3, 2018, Katherine Wells attended a lunch presentation at the Louisiana Supreme Court where Chief Justice Bernette Johnson and the Louisiana State Bar Association hosted a delegation of Haitian attorneys who were visiting with the Haitian Bar Association.  The group had the opportunity to take a tour and learn the history of the Louisiana Supreme Court, the Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal, the U.S. Fifth Circuit and Louisiana State Bar Association.

The purpose of the Francophone Section of the Louisiana State Bar Association is to encourage and foster discussions in the field of francophone issues; to contribute to and provide opportunities for the continuing education of attorneys who deals with francophone issues; to promote interest in and study of the existing statues and jurisprudence which govern this field; and to cooperate and establish liaison with the Louisiana State Bar Association, American Bar Association, local bar associations and the legal academic community to achieve these purposes.