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Tulane Law graduation honors resiliency of the Class of 2024
Amid fanfare and celebration, Tulane Law School said goodbye to its 173rd graduating class, the Class of 2024, which overcame the early stages of the COVID pandemic and Hurricane Ida, forcing the start of their law school journey online. Tulane Law conferred degrees on more than 300...
Tulane’s Entertainment &  Sports Law Conference takes place April 5-6 and will bring some of the top names in the industry to Tulane Law. One of the premier events for lawyers, executives and VIPs from the sports and entertainment industry, the event will run over two days and will include... Read more
Tulane Law’s endowed lecture focused on maritime law, the William Tetley Lecture, will be held April 3 and will explore the latest pressing issues affecting shipping operations throughout the world. This year’s Tetley lecturer is the Hon. Sarah Derrington, a Justice of the Federal Court of... Read more
  The Tulane Law Review’s Editor-in-Chief has won the prestigious Burton Award, marking the seventh time in a decade that a Tulane student has won the national legal writing award. Cameron Ott (L’24) wrote his case note for the Law Review last year, where he now serves as the top editor for... Read more
Michael Rubenstein was poignantly honest speaking during Tulane Law’s first annual Celebration of Scholarships: attending Tulane Law School back in the 1990s would not have been possible without his full-ride scholarship. Michael Rubenstein (L'93) “The scholarship that I received changed my... Read more
Tulane is hosting the 30th biennial Admiralty Law Institute (ALI) March 20-22, where leading admiralty and maritime law practitioners and academics come to discuss the pressing issues of the industry. The ALI is the oldest such conference in the nation, and has been, since 1965, the largest... Read more
Stephen Griffin Tulane Law Professor Stephen Griffin is hosting a national scholarly conference on the significance of Reconstruction and the Fourteenth Amendment in the U.S. Constitution on Friday and Saturday, March 15 and 16. In conjunction with the George and Ann Richards Civil War Era Center at Penn State ... Read more
Tulane Law School’s Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Team took the top spot in the William & Mary Law School Negotiation Competition held March 1-2. Tulane’s team – second-year law students Ke’ala Brosseau and Corina DeFeo – defeated Southwestern Law School (Los Angeles) to take first... Read more
The New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University, one of the nation’s newest and thought-provoking literary celebrations, returns March 14-16 for its third chapter. The 2024 fête features more than 150 acclaimed authors and thought leaders, 90+ panels, book signings, a culinary symposium, Family... Read more
  Three new distinguished and dynamic alumni are joining the prestigious Tulane Law School Dean’s Advisory Board, providing vital counsel to the institution’s leadership as it navigates its strategic objectives. Their careers span a broad range of legal areas including public policy, finance and... Read more
The U.S. Supreme Court’s institutional challenges and its shadow docket will be the subject of this year’s McGlinchey Lecture on Federal Litigation to be held March 18. The Lecture features Professor Stephen Vladeck, the Charles Alan Wright Chair in Federal Courts at the University of Texas at... Read more
Tulane’s Corporate and Securities Law Roundtable returns March 9, on the heels of the 36th annual Corporate Law Institute. Tulane Law Professor and Associate Dean for Faculty Research Ann Lipton annually gathers top corporate and securities scholars from around the country to explore changes in... Read more
The nation’s top M&A and securities practitioners, leading corporate counsel and Wall Street investment bankers will descend on New Orleans March 7-8 for the 36th annual Tulane Corporate Law Institute, the premier M&A conference in the nation. This year’s conference, to be held at the... Read more
Richard Lazarus, one of the nation’s foremost environmental lawyers and the former executive director of the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling, will keynote the 29th annual Tulane Environmental Law and Policy Summit Feb. 23 and 24. Lazarus will speak... Read more
Second-year law student Pablo Gonzales has been elected editor-in-chief of Volume 99 of the Tulane Law Review, the first Latino and Mexican American to lead the school’s flagship journal in its 109-year history. “Being selected for membership on Law Review was already exciting, but being chosen... Read more
Tracie Ransom, Tulane Law School’s Assistant Dean for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, is being recognized later this month by Diverse as one of 40 women across the nation who have made important contributions to higher education. The online publication announced that it will kick off Women’s... Read more