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The impact of artificial intelligence on education, financial instruments, criminal justice and healthcare, are just a few of the topics that will be addressed at this year’s Gordon Gamm Comparative Law and Justice Symposium on Nov. 8. Leading this year’s Symposium, titled The Implications of Artificial Intelligence for a Just Society,  is Tulane Law Prof. Kristin Johnson, a national leader in the legal issues surrounding artificial intelligence and the law school’s 2019 Gordon Gamm Faculty Scholar.

The Environmental Law & Policy Summit is an annual conference that brings together academics, business leaders, activitists and legal experts in the various fields within the scope of environmental law and policy. It is the largest student-run environmental conference in the nation, and is hosted by Tulane Law students every spring. We hope you can join us (and earn CLE credit) and hear from our keynote speakers, presenters, and panelists on the important environmental issues of the day.

More details and full conference agenda is forthcoming.

Since the first Institute in 1951, the Tulane Tax Institute has presented a forum for attorneys, CPAs and estate planners to hear nationally-recognized tax and estate planning legal practitioners, law professors and accountants present in-depth reviews of recent tax statutes, regulations and decisions, learn practical tax and estate planning tips and discuss the current issues impacting their practice. This three-day program includes a special luncheon and extensive course material.

Renowned Political Strategist James Carville will headline Tulane Law School’s 2nd Annual Entertainment & Sports Law Conference, which draws entertainment and sports executives as well as creative entrepreneurs each year. Titled “Geaux Create: Emerging Trends in Law and Creative Content,” the conference takes place Friday, April 12 at the law school, 6329 Freret St., in the John Giffen Weinmann Hall, Room 110. 

Tulane Law Professor Ann Lipton annually gathers corporate and securities scholars from around the country to explore changes in the industry following Tulane's Corporate Law Institute March 14-15.

Tulane's Enviornmental Law Center hosts the Environmental Law & Policy Summit which brings together the top environmentalists, academics, legal practitioners and policymakers.

With 65 million refugees in the world today, their fate and what the future holds for them internationally is the topic of a major conference at Tulane Law School. The international conference, Refugees Endure: WWII Displaced Persons versus Today and the Lessons Learned will be held Nov. 16-17th at Tulane Law School and hosted by the Eason-Weinmann Center for International and Comparative Law.

In recognition of the fiftieth anniversary of the graduation of Tulane Law’s first African American student, Michael Starks, and in gratitude and appreciation of all Black alumni who have graduated since Mr. Starks, Tulane Law School is honoring Black alumni achievement all year long through events and programming around the country, culminating in a Black Law Alumni Weekend in New Orleans.

Jointly organized by Tulane Law School’s Center for Energy Law and the Tulane Energy Institute of the A.B. Freeman School of Business, the Forum will gather global experts from industry, government and the legal and business academies to discuss some of the most pressing challenges and opportunities of our time

Prof. Amy Gajda will host a conference entitled "Privacy, News, and the Future of Freedom of the Press," including a Thursday evening showing of the Sundance/CNN film titled “Holy Hell.”

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