James Marshall Klebba

Victor H. Schiro Professor of Law at Loyola University New Orleans - College of Law

James Marshall Klebba

James Marshall Klebba

Victor H. Schiro Professor of Law at Loyola University New Orleans - College of Law

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Loyola University New Orleans

James Marshall Klebba

VICTOR H. SCHIRO PROFESSOR OF LAW

DEGREES

J.D., Harvard Law School, 1967; B.A., St. John's University, 1964

SHORT BIO

Prior to joining the faculty at Loyola in 1973, Professor Klebba was in private practice with the firm of Dorsey and Whitney in Minneapolis. He also has experience as an arbitrator.

Professor Klebba has served the law school previously as Associate Dean and also as Interim Dean and Dean. Professor Klebba was a visiting law professor at the Universities of Minnesota, Missouri and Kansas. He has lectured extensively in Eastern Europe and the former U.S.S.R. and has been the Director of Loyola's Summer Legal Studies Program in Moscow and Budapest. In the fall semester of 2004, he was a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Belgrade.

Professor Klebba is a former chair of the Association of American Law Schools' Section on Civil Procedure. He teaches courses in the areas of civil procedure, evidence, federal courts and comparative judicial systems.

COURSES TAUGHT

Courts in a Federal System
Evidence

AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Civil procedure, evidence, federal courts and comparative judicial systems.

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Jones-Walker Distinguished Professor of Law at Loyola University New Orleans - College of Law

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John J. Mcaulay Distinguished Professorship at Loyola University New Orleans - College of Law

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Professor of Law at Loyola University New Orleans - College of Law

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Vice President-Public Affairs at Entergy Utility Assets LLC

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Representative from Louisiana's 2nd Congressional District

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Attorney at Fayard Law Firm

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Victor H. Schiro Professor of Law at Loyola University New Orleans - College of Law
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Loyola University New Orleans College of Law is a private law school in New Orleans, Louisiana affiliated with Loyola University New Orleans. Loyola's law school opened in 1914 and is now located on the Broadway Campus of the University in the historic Audubon Park District of the city. The College of Law is one of only fourteen Jesuit law schools in the United States. It is also one of only a few law schools in the nation to offer curricula in both Civil Law and Common Law. The school releases several academic journals, most notable of which is the Loyola Law Review.

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Loyola University New Orleans is a private, co-educational and Jesuit university located in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. Originally established as Loyola College in 1904, the institution was chartered as a university in 1912. It bears the name of the Jesuit patron, Saint Ignatius of Loyola.

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THE LOUISIANA BAR FOUNDATION EXISTS TO PRESERVE, HONOR, AND IMPROVE OUR SYSTEM OF JUSTICE BY FUNDING, DEVELOPING OR OTHERWISE PROMOTING EFFORTS WHICH ENHANCE THE LEGAL PROFESSION, INCREASE PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE LEGAL SYSTEM AND ADVANCE THE REALITY OF EQUAL JUSTICE.AS THE LARGEST FUNDER OF CIVIL LEGAL AID, THE LBF SUPPORTS PROGRAMS THAT PROVIDE FREE CIVIL LEGAL SERVICES FOR THE POOR IN ALL 64 PARISHES OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. THE LBF ALSO SUPPORTS ORGANIZATIONS THAT PROVIDE LAW-RELATED EDUCATION TO THE PUBLIC, ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE PROJECTS AND OTHER SOCIAL JUSTICE INITIATIVES. THE LBF HELPS WOMEN WHO ARE VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, CHILDREN WHO NEED A STABLE HOME OR SPECIAL EDUCATION, ELDERLY WHOSE ECONOMIC SECURITY OR HEALTH CARE IS IN JEOPARDY, CONSUMERS IMPACTED BY IMPROPER LENDING PRACTICES, WORKERS DENIED LAWFUL WAGES AND BENEFITS, DISABLED PEOPLE DENIED OPPORTUNITIES, IMMIGRANTS WHO WORK WITHOUT BENEFITS OR CONTRACTS, AND COMMUNITIES DEVASTATED BY NATURAL DISASTERS.

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THE LOUISIANA BAR FOUNDATION EXISTS TO PRESERVE, HONOR, AND IMPROVE OUR SYSTEM OF JUSTICE BY FUNDING, DEVELOPING OR OTHERWISE PROMOTING EFFORTS WHICH ENHANCE THE LEGAL PROFESSION, INCREASE PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE LEGAL SYSTEM AND ADVANCE THE REALITY OF EQUAL JUSTICE.AS THE LARGEST FUNDER OF CIVIL LEGAL AID, THE LBF SUPPORTS PROGRAMS THAT PROVIDE FREE CIVIL LEGAL SERVICES FOR THE POOR IN ALL 64 PARISHES OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. THE LBF ALSO SUPPORTS ORGANIZATIONS THAT PROVIDE LAW-RELATED EDUCATION TO THE PUBLIC, ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE PROJECTS AND OTHER SOCIAL JUSTICE INITIATIVES. THE LBF HELPS WOMEN WHO ARE VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, CHILDREN WHO NEED A STABLE HOME OR SPECIAL EDUCATION, ELDERLY WHOSE ECONOMIC SECURITY OR HEALTH CARE IS IN JEOPARDY, CONSUMERS IMPACTED BY IMPROPER LENDING PRACTICES, WORKERS DENIED LAWFUL WAGES AND BENEFITS, DISABLED PEOPLE DENIED OPPORTUNITIES, IMMIGRANTS WHO WORK WITHOUT BENEFITS OR CONTRACTS, AND COMMUNITIES DEVASTATED BY NATURAL DISASTERS.

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THE LOUISIANA BAR FOUNDATION EXISTS TO PRESERVE, HONOR, AND IMPROVE OUR SYSTEM OF JUSTICE BY FUNDING, DEVELOPING OR OTHERWISE PROMOTING EFFORTS WHICH ENHANCE THE LEGAL PROFESSION, INCREASE PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE LEGAL SYSTEM AND ADVANCE THE REALITY OF EQUAL JUSTICE.AS THE LARGEST FUNDER OF CIVIL LEGAL AID, THE LBF SUPPORTS PROGRAMS THAT PROVIDE FREE CIVIL LEGAL SERVICES FOR THE POOR IN ALL 64 PARISHES OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. THE LBF ALSO SUPPORTS ORGANIZATIONS THAT PROVIDE LAW-RELATED EDUCATION TO THE PUBLIC, ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE PROJECTS AND OTHER SOCIAL JUSTICE INITIATIVES. THE LBF HELPS WOMEN WHO ARE VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, CHILDREN WHO NEED A STABLE HOME OR SPECIAL EDUCATION, ELDERLY WHOSE ECONOMIC SECURITY OR HEALTH CARE IS IN JEOPARDY, CONSUMERS IMPACTED BY IMPROPER LENDING PRACTICES, WORKERS DENIED LAWFUL WAGES AND BENEFITS, DISABLED PEOPLE DENIED OPPORTUNITIES, IMMIGRANTS WHO WORK WITHOUT BENEFITS OR CONTRACTS, AND COMMUNITIES DEVASTATED BY NATURAL DISASTERS.

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$500
2013

Former Senator from Louisiana

$500
2009

Chairman, Lazard Houston at Lazard Ltd.

$1,000
2004

Former Senator from Massachusetts

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