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On a limited basis, Tulane is able to accommodate visiting scholars or researchers.  Requirements for visiting scholar or researcher status are described below.

Visiting Scholars and Researchers

Individuals wishing to spend one or two semesters as Visiting Scholars or Visiting Researchers at Tulane University Law School are invited to apply.  All visiting scholars must have a faculty sponsor (a full-time, permanent member of the Tulane Law School faculty).  Applicants for visiting scholar or researcher status must complete an application form, provide a well-articulated proposal for the research to be undertaken at Tulane, and pay the Visiting Scholar/Researcher mandatory fees, amounting to approximately $2500 per semester.

The fees cover use of the Law School and University libraries, technology services including internet access and legal research databases (such as Westlaw and Lexis), campus newspapers, admission to University events including special lecture series, membership in the Reily Recreation Center, and use of the Student Health Center. In addition, Visiting Scholars and Researchers receive a University identification card and the benefits of affiliation with Tulane University. The fees do not cover use of manuscript delivery services (such as ExpressO or Scholastica) or student research assistants.

Application Instructions

  • Please complete the entire application form.  You may print out the form first and then fill it in by hand or on a typewriter, or you may type directly into the form on your computer, and then print the completed form.
    Visiting Scholar Application Form (PDF)
  • The application fee is $60, which may be paid by check or money order, or with a Visa or Master Card credit card, using the form provided on page 8 of the application form.
  • The response to question 15 may require an explanation, which should be furnished to us on a separate sheet of paper attached to your application.
  • Question 16 requires an essay, which should be written by you and attached to your application.
  • We suggest, but do not require, that you include a resume or curriculum vita (CV) when you submit your application.

  • The application materials may be mailed, faxed, or e-mailed to Tulane Law School.

    • Our mailing address is:
      Tulane Law School
      Weinmann Hall, Suite 155
      6329 Freret Street
      New Orleans, LA  70118

    • Our fax number is 504.862.8853.

    • If you wish to e-mail the application materials, please scan them first, and send as pdf documents to mgusmaop@tulane.edu.

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Contact Information:

Office of Admission
Weinmann Hall
6329 Freret Street, Suite 155
New Orleans, LA 70118
tel 504.865.5930
fax 504.865.6710


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