LSU LAW — There are approximately 4,300 people incarcerated in Louisiana with life sentences. Approximately 5,700 more people are incarcerated with sentences of 20 years or more. The LSU Law Parole and Re-Entry Clinic, in collaboration with the Parole Project and the Visiting Room Project, will host a conversation with formerly incarcerated people, social scientists, policy makers, and lawyers at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center on Friday, March 17, to explore the issues of excessive sentencing in Louisiana.