tradition.

philanthropy.

sportsmanship.

History

The first Barristers' Bowl took place in 2005 after LSU Law student Jason Durden proposed the idea of uniting his law school colleagues in a charity football game to raise money and provide relief for victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami. The game quickly became a beloved tradition. Since its inception almost two decades ago, the Barristers' Bowl has not only provided law students with some of their favorite law school memories, but raised thousands of dollars for charities such as Geaux Teal, the American Cancer Society, the Make-a-Wish Foundation, and Desire Street Ministries.

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