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Following the university’s unified ceremony held earlier in the day downtown, Tulane Law School will hold a separate graduation ceremony at Avron B. Fogelman Arena in Devlin Fieldhouse.   While the conferral of degrees takes place during the morning event, which honors the graduating students from all of the university's schools and colleges, the law school ceremony is dedicated specifically to the law class of 2020.
After final spring grades are received and all calculations and selections have been finalized, the Office of Academic Services, Tulane Law School, extends invitations to those students who will be receiving awards. The event begins at 5:00 pm with a reception in the Berkett Multipurpose Room (MPR) with distribution of awards at 5:30 p.m. in the W. H. Gauthier Appellate Moot Court Room (Room 110 of John Giffen Weinmann Hall).
Join Tulane Law School for the annual Eason-Weinmann Lecture on International & Comparative Law. 

Information on public interest internships and the Equal Justice Works Career Fair  will be discussed at this program.  Info on the law school's Sept. 11 public interest & pro bono career fair will also be provided. Lunch will be served.

Join Tulane Law faculty, staff, and affinity group leaders as we welcome our diverse 1Ls to Tulane Law School!  We are so happy you chose Tulane, and we want to welcome you with some great food and fun conversation! 

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.

For the first time Tulane is offering a two-day Estate Planning Conference! Please join us in November for one or two days of programming. In 2002, Tulane Law School established the Tulane Estate Planning Institute to provide a permanent forum for the study of estate planning laws in Louisiana, the United States and other jurisdictions. As part of the Institute’s goal to provide a setting for the discussion of legal and tax issues pertinent to estate planning, the Institute sponsors Tulane Law School’s annual estate planning continuing legal education program.

Celebrating our alumni! Come, reflect and reconnect during Homecoming Weekend 2019!  Event details can be found here.

Meet the law school deans for breakfast and information. Open to all law students. 

Learn about the many possibilities to earn your mandatory pro bono hours while in law school. 

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