Role, Scope, and Mission Statement: The Paul M. Hebert Law Center will attract and educate a well-qualified culturally and racially diverse group and men and women; to produce highly competent and ethical lawyers capable of serving the cause of justice in private practice, in public service, in commerce and industry, both in Louisiana and elsewhere; to support and assist the continuing professional endeavors of our alumni and to be of service to all members of the legal profession of this state; to provide scholarly support for the continued improvement of the law and to promote the use of Louisiana’s legal contributions as reasoned models for considerations by other jurisdictions; and to develop the law school’s potential as a bridge between the civil law, and to facilitate the exchange of ideas among legal scholars in both systems, including scholars in foreign jurisdictions.
This agency's recommended appropriation does not include any funds for short-term debt.
In addition to the above recommended appropriation, $43,403 will be paid in Fiscal Year 1999-2000 for long-term debt incurred on behalf of this agency from the previous sale of bonds. Total long-term debt service payments for the state for Fiscal Year 1999-2000 are reflected in the Governor's Executive Budget Supporting Document in Non-Appropriated Requirements, Schedule 22-922.
This agency's recommended appropriation also includes the following amount by means of financing for payments on the unfunded accrued liability of the Louisiana State Employees' Retirement System and the Teachers' Retirement System in accordance with the provisions of Article X, Section 29 of the Constitution of Louisiana:
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