The Order of the Coif – Distinguished Visitor Program
March 23, 2017 § Leave a comment
A Colonel in the US Army Reserve, Sherb Sentell spends his time as a civilian serving as an elected city judge in Minden, Louisiana. Before beginning his legal career, Sherb Sentell earned a juris doctor from Louisiana State University Law School, where he held membership with the Order of the Coif.
Named after the headdresses worn by legal professionals in medieval England, the Order of the Coif is an honorary scholastic society promoting excellence in legal education. Its membership consists of those who have attained high grades as law students and graduate in the top 10% of their class and those who have excelled professionally in the field of law.
The Order of the Coif also administers a Distinguished Visitor Program in which professors of law deliver lectures to students regarding current legal issues and topics important to the legal profession. Sherb Sentell graduated 5th in his law school class and was a guest lecturer at LSU Law Center as part of the United States Army War College Eisenhower program. Some of the guest lecturers in the Distinguished Visitor Program have included Professor Heather Gerken from the Yale Law School as well as Professor Jesse H. Choper from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law.