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The Louisiana Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on selected cases at Tulane Law School.

Details pending. Please keep in mind that court security procedures will be in effect.

 

Join the Tulane Center for Environmental Law and ProPublica for a panel discussion that is part of their "Investigating Justice" series. The event will center on investigative research being done by ProPublica and The Advocate/Times-Picayune on industrial expansion in Louisiana and the cost to local communities. The event will analyze original writing and interactive tools that will be published in the weeks before the gathering at Tulane Law. A reception will follow.

More details to come. 

 

Program details and registration are available for the Estate Planning Institute - click here

You are invited to participate inTulane Law's 2019 Washington D.C. Walk-Around Interview Program.Selected students will travel to Washington, D.C. at their own expense to interview with employers in their respective offices. There is NO COST for this program. You will be able to prescreen ALL interview candidates and select those you wish to interview.

Tulane University Summer in the City Houston alumni reception will be held at the offices of Vinson & Elkins, 1001 Fannin Street, Suite 2500. 

 

 

 

 

On behalf of Tulane University Law School, Washington University School of Law, University of Miami School of Law, and University of Alabama School of Law we invite you to the 2019Atlanta Interview Program. The program provides a wonderful opportunity to interview second and third year students fromfour outstanding law schools, all of which boast diverse student bodies. Because many of our students have personal, academic, and familial ties to Georgia, we think that you will find the Atlanta Interview Program to be a valuable part of your fall recruitment schedule.

Tulane Law School and the National Book Foundation are partnering to host an evening exploring the stories of those who’ve lived under mass incarceration nationally, and the efforts at criminal justice reform. Titled “Literature for Justice: The Gravity of Bearing Witness,” Tulane scholars will discuss the state of criminal justice reforms alongside authors who will share stories about incarceration, redemption, and the search for hope in darkness.

Tulane Law School and the Liskow & Lewis Law Firm will host a Networking Dinner for Diverse Law & Pre-Law Students from in the first floor Multipurpose Room. This networking dinner will provide an opportunity for diverse law students from throughout the Greater New Orleans area and diverse pre-law/admitted students to meet, socialize, and build relationships.  If you have an interest in studying law, this event is for you!

Registration is required, but admission is free. Attire is casual.

A panel of attorneys that practice civil rights law will discuss current civil rights topics and share advice on how to use your career to inspire change. Panelists will also share tips for how to land internships/jobs in the civil rights field.

 

This event is for diverse undergraduate students that want to learn more about law school and the legal profession. Sponsored by the LSAC Diversity Matters grant, the goal of the event is to encourage students from communities that are underrepresented in the legal profession to consider law as a career. Contact Lezlie Griffin with questions: lagriffin@tulane.edu.

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