OLLI at LSU to Host Baton Rouge DA For Public Lecture
BATON ROUGE – East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney Hillar Moore will be the guest speaker at a public lecture sponsored by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at LSU.
The program will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 7, at 9:30 a.m. at the First Christian Church Baton Rouge, 8484 Old Hammond Highway, and is free and open to the public.
Moore will address the Baton Rouge Area Violence Elimination, or BRAVE, Program, a joint program of local law enforcement and the faith-based community to reduce violent crime in the city. Moore recently received grant funding to design an intensive anti-crime program for Baton Rouge similar to effective programs in other cities.
Moore’s years of experience in private law practice, coupled with his years of service in the District Attorney’s Office, give him a unique perspective on the legal system. A native of New Orleans, Moore moved to Baton Rouge after graduating high school. A long-time LSU and Southern University supporter, Moore has been honored by both alumni organizations. Moore is also active in numerous professional, civic and community organizations.
For questions about the program, contact the OLLI at LSU office at OLLI@outreach.lsu.edu.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at LSU, or OLLI at LSU, is one of a network of 117 university-affiliated lifelong learning programs supported by the Bernard Osher Foundation. OLLI offers non-credit educational programs for intellectually curious adults 50 and older. Members enjoy courses, field trips and special events.