Guruli Named Director of LSU Law Center's Office of Career Services; de la Houssaye Named Counselor/National Recruiting Coordinator
BATON ROUGE – LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center Chancellor Jack M. Weiss has announced the appointment of Erin Guruli to the position of director of career services and employer relations, and also named Susan L. de la Houssaye to the position of counselor/national recruiting coordinator as part of the career services staff.
Prior to joining LSU Law Center, Guruli served as a business development director for special counsel, a national, full-service legal staffing organization in Washington, D.C. Guruli received her undergraduate degree from Tulane University, her Juris Doctor from Loyola University New Orleans and a Master of Laws in taxation from the Georgetown University Law Center.
A native of New Orleans, de la Houssaye has more than seven years in recruitment experience. Most recently she was the legal recruiting coordinator for the New York office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. De la Houssaye received her Bachelor of Science degree in commerce and business administration from the University of Alabama in 1996, majoring in international marketing.
"Under Ms. Guruli's leadership and with the addition of Ms. de la Houssaye to our experienced career services team, I'm confident that the career services office is poised to provide cutting edge legal employment advice and assistance to our students," said Weiss. "The perspectives and experience of Ms. Guruli and Ms. de la Houssaye also will be invaluable as we move to expand our geographical horizons while we continue to nurture our key Louisiana employment relationships."