Shipping contracts are a complex legal matter. Some practical and not-so-practical problems that arise from such contracts is the topic of this year’s William Tetley Lecture in Maritime Law at Tulane Law, Feb. 18.
This year’s lecturer is Michael Brooks, from the Nordisk Defence Club (Nordisk... Read more
As part of a significant expansion of its legal clinical programs, Tulane Law has hired directors for two new clinics and added a third instructor to its environmental law program.
Katie Schwartzman (L’03), a seasoned civil liberties expert with 15 years of experience directing and managing civil... Read more
The president of the nation’s largest legal organization – the American Bar Association – who also happens to be a Tulane Law School alumna and mentor to students -- will give the keynote address at this year’s graduation ceremonies.
ABA President Judy Perry Martinez, who rose from humble roots in... Read more
Highlighting the work of securing and protecting civil rights is the foundation of the annual Dreyfous Lecture, which this year brings to Tulane Law School the chair of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
Commission Chairwoman Catherine E. Lhamon will discuss “Civil Rights in the Trump Era” as... Read more
Long-time Tulane Law professor and Director of the law library David Combe, who was instrumental in acquiring the heralded John Minor Wisdom collection and growing the law school’s rare books collection, died on Christmas day last month.
A civil law scholar, Combe (L’71) was director of the law... Read more
In what remains a singularly seminal moment in Tulane Law history, more than 375 black alumni joined in celebrating the accomplishments of its students of color through the decades one year ago this month.
Among them were trailblazers – the promising student leaders who bravely and passionately... Read more
A long-time New Orleans bankruptcy lawyer and award-winning pro bono volunteer in the community, Tulane Law alumna Meredith Grabill (L’06) now is officially the Honorable Judge Grabill.
Grabill’s investiture as a federal bankruptcy judge took place Dec. 12 following her appointment in September to... Read more
A three-time Olympic gold medalist who became an attorney and advocate for the protection and support of girls and women in sport has joined Tulane Law’s faculty, teaching in the online Title IX compliance certificate program.
Nancy Hogshead-Makar joined the newest of the law school’s online... Read more
Courtney Crowell was not unlike other young law students – working hard her last year at Tulane Law School with the ultimate goal to launch a successful legal career.
But that was before she was one of the first students chosen to work on a new pilot program through Tulane’s legal clinics tasked... Read more
Ninety-nine percent of the plastic that should be floating in the oceans is missing. Even accounting for the plastic that washes up on beaches or is trapped in arctic ice, millions of tons have simply disappeared. Where did it go?
This topic was the focus of a documentary film screening, “Oceans:... Read more
The gift of a two-century-old manuscript is cause for celebration.
Tulane Law faculty honored the gift of the 200-year-old de la Vergne volume, an original work on the Civil Law of Louisiana by Louis Moreau Lislet, on Nov. 6 with a program and reception that brought remaining de la Vergne family... Read more
Tulane University’s Law School and Murphy Institute are partnering in launching a new academic center to critically examine the function of law and regulation in a modern economy, Law School Dean David Meyer and Murphy Institute Director Steven M. Sheffrin announced.
The new Center for Law and the... Read more
Ariel Campos was able to meet one of her heroes.
The second-year law student introduced U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor as part Tulane President Mike Fitts’ Presidential Speaker Series. Sotomayor was the inaugural speaker, and Campos, who is the president of the Tulane Latinx Law... Read more
The New Orleans Center for the Gulf South at Tulane University will host an international gathering Nov. 10-16 devoted to the human impact on and around the Mississippi River region basin and the planet.
"Anthropocene River Campus: The Human Delta" is the culmination of a year-long study of the... Read more
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... Read more