Louisiana State University-Eunice (LSUE) confirmed 100 graduates during a ceremony Friday at the Health and Physical Education Building.
Trial lawyer and LSUE alumnus Darrell Papillon delivered the commencement address.
Papillon has worked in corporate liability law and has also served as clerk for Chief Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court Catherine Kimball. The Baton Rouge Business Report called him one of its "Top 40 under 40."
He is the current co-chair of the Louisiana State Bar Association's Continuing Legal Education Committee and maintains his personal injury and wrongful death law practice in Baton Rouge.