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The Gulf of Mexico has the potential to generate almost 510,000 megawatts of offshore wind energy per year. That is twice the current energy need of all five Gulf states, and larger than the potential offshore wind capacity of the Pacific Coast and the Great Lakes combined.

The Tulane U.S.-China Energy and Trade Law Forum will be hosted on October 28, 2022 by the Tulane Energy Law Center and the Tulane Energy Institute. 

The one-day conference will include four panels of experts in  this year covering the following topics:

Tulane Law’s 5th annual Entertainment & Sports Law Conference, in conjunction with the Tulane Center for Sport, will be back in-person on Tulane’s uptown campus on April 11.

The conference, which runs from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Qatar ballroom of Tulane’s Lavin-Bernick Center, includes panels discussing legal issues in the changing landscape of sports as well as in the entertainment and film industries.  It will be followed by a crawfish boil and networking reception.

Russia’s war against Ukraine has set off an unprecedented crisis in energy markets, upending decades of cross-border investments,  and forcing governments to rethink the balance of their energy resources in the future.

Against that backdrop, Tulane’s Center for Energy Law is holding its 3rd annual Energy Law Conference, which will bring experts from around the world to address the profound uncertainty in the energy sector, upheaval that is reverberating to other industries.

Gov. John Bel Edwards is the keynote speaker for the 27th annual Tulane Environmental Law and Policy Summit March 11-12, which this year is themed “Environmental Litigation.”

Louisiana’s governor will speak live from the law school building, Weinmann Hall, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. March 11, and his speech will be televised live via Zoom. He will speak on Louisiana’s climate initiatives and its recently adopted Climate Action Plan. In-person attendance is limited due to COVID-19 policies.

Tulane Law Professor Ann Lipton is gathering top corporate and securities scholars from around the country to explore changes in the industry at the Tulane Corporate Law Roundtable March 19.

The Roundtable has been a popular event that annually brings scholars from around the country to explore corporate legal issues of the day following the national Corporate Law Institute which also is held annually in New Orleans. 

The 37th Annual Tulane Corporate Law Institute will be March 6-7, 2025. The conference is at the Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans. Program Details and Registration will be available later this summer. If you have questions regarding this event, please email Natasha Lacoste at nlacoste@tulane.edu.  

The 33rd Annual CLE by the Hour will take place December 27-28, 2024 at the Law School. Program details and registration will be available in early fall.  

The 73rd Annual Tulane Tax Institute will be November 13-15 at the Loews Hotel, 300 Poydras Street. Registration and program details will be available later this summer. If you have questions regarding this event, please email Natasha Lacoste at nlacoste@tulane.edu.