Suspended Southern Law Professor Seeking Payout for Work on Controversial Will

Suspended Southern University law professor Dorothy Jackson is seeking $10,000 for legal work she did after drafting a will — at the school’s taxpayer-supported Elder Law Clinic that she manages — that named East Baton Rouge Council on Aging Director Tasha Clark-Amar to oversee the estate of a now-deceased woman who was a COA client.

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