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Compost Now and Tulane Law School have partnered to become a drop-off site for organic waste. The material is used for compost, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and landfill waste, and helps rebuild soil around the city. The Tulane community is encouraged to bring  FROZEN food scraps. Drop-off is at the law school's inner courtyard Monday mornings. Please note the change in summer hours. Be on the lookout for signs in the lobby.
Compost Now and Tulane Law School have partnered to become a drop-off site for organic waste. The material is used for compost, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and landfill waste, and helps rebuild soil around the city. The Tulane community is encouraged to bring  FROZEN food scraps. Drop-off is at the law school's inner courtyard Monday mornings. Please note the change in summer hours. Be on the lookout for signs in the lobby.
Compost Now and Tulane Law School have partnered to become a drop-off site for organic waste. The material is used for compost, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and landfill waste, and helps rebuild soil around the city. The Tulane community is encouraged to bring  FROZEN food scraps. Drop-off is at the law school's inner courtyard Monday mornings. Please note the change in summer hours. Be on the lookout for signs in the lobby.

Escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and China , the impact of import tariffs on international trade and how developing LNG markets will shape the energy industry globally are issues that will be addressed at the Fourth Annual U.S.-China Energy and Trade Law Forum hosted by Tulane Law School's Center for Energy Law and the Tulane Energy Institute.

First year law students take part in a week-long orientation program to help them navigate those first few weeks and months of law school. Welcome, Class of '22!

Join Tulane Law School for the annual Eason-Weinmann Lecture on International & Comparative Law.  This year's guest lecturer is Professor Colm O’Cinneide, who teaches Constitutional and Human Rights Law at University College London (UCL). A graduate of University College Cork, the University of Edinburgh and King’s Inns in Dublin, he was called to the Irish Bar and went on to work as a legal adviser in the British House of Lords before joining UCL in 2001.

In conjunction with the Louisiana State Bar Association's annual meeting in Destin, Fla., Tulane Law is hosting a reception for alumni from 7– 9 p.m.  on Tuesday, June 4. Come join us and reconnect with law school alumni.                   

 

 

 

 

Tulane Law's Class of 1969 will celebrate it's 50th anniversary with two days of events to mark the occasion.

The event begins Friday, May 17 with a 6:30 p.m. reception at the home of Bob and Kay Kerrigan, 1630 Valmont Street in New Orleans. 

On Saturday, May 18 -- coinciding with Tulane commencement  at 4 p.m. -- alums from the Class of 1969 will be honored. There will be a class dinner later.

Registration event details are available here.

United States District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana and  theNew Orleans Federal Bar Association present a panel "Identifying and Addressing Domestic Violence in the Context of Federal Litigation," Tuesday, April 30 at noon.  Tania Tetlow, Loyola University President and a former professor of law at Tulane Law School and former director of its Domestic Violence Clinic, will moderate the panel which includes:    Professor Becki Kondkar, Director of the Tulane Law School Domestic Violence Clinic and Co-Director of the Tulane Law School Women's Prison Project (pictured left)

Tulane Law School is hosting its annual Hall of Fame Luncheon May 9 at 11:30 a.m. with a noon luncheon and ceremony to honor those who have contributed to the mission of Tulane Law School. The event will be held at the New Orleans Downtown Marriott at the Convention Center, 878 Fulton St., New Orleans.  Nominees are selected for induction by an alumni committee, in consultation with the Dean, on the basis of their distinguished professional achievements and their enduring dedication to the mission and students of Tulane. 2019 Hall of Fame Honorees Gail B. Agrawal (L '83); Professor Paul L.

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