Loyola School of Law dean receives honor from Louisiana Bar Foundation
Loyola press release - May 17, 2006
Loyola School of Law Dean Brian Bromberger was honored as a 2005 Distinguished Professor by the Louisiana Bar Foundation (LBF) on Friday, May 5, 2006, at the Houmas House in Gonzales. The LBF’s Board of Directors selected Bromberger for his many contributions to the legal profession and the community. This year’s theme, "Rebuilding Louisiana Begins with the Foundation," celebrated the importance of the LBF with
Bromberger, a native of Australia, began his teaching career in law in 1969 and has taught or served as a visiting professor at law schools in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States, including the University of Pennsylvania, Syracuse University, the University of Utah, and William and Mary College. He came to Loyola from the
Other recipients recognized included the 2005 Distinguished Jurist, Hon. Jay C. Zainey, U.S. District Court; fellow 2005 Distinguished Professor, Chancellor Freddie Pitcher, Jr., of Southern University Law Center; and the 2005 Distinguished Attorney, H. Alston Johnson, III, of Phelps Dunbar.