Tulane's campus, including the Law School's Office of Admission, remains physically closed to prospective graduate student visitors. While physical visits are not an option at this time, the Tulane Law School Office of Admission offers several remote options to virtually "visit" and connect with us.
Live Student-Led Virtual Tour
While we are still unable to host in-person campus visits, you can virtually visit Tulane Law School on a guided Virtual Tour of Weinmann Hall with a current student. Current students will lead you on a live-narrated tour of our law school via Zoom using pre-recorded video footage of the campus while answering any questions you may have about student life. Following the tour, a member of the Admission's Office will also be available to meet with tour participants individually. Sign up for your "tour" below!
Class Observations (Coming Soon!)
Once classes resume for the Spring semester, recordings of a variety of 1L and upper level electives will be available on our Videos and Webinar page for prospective students who would like to see what a real Tulane Law School class is like.
Small Group Interactive Q&A Sessions
Small Group Q&A Sessions offer you the opportunity to virtually meet with a member of the admissions staff in a small group format. Upon registering, you will receive access to a pre-recorded 45-minute information session led by Assistant Dean of Admission, David Weinberg. The recording will focus on the admissions process for Fall 2021. You should watch this session on your own schedule, ahead of your scheduled Group Q&A session (45-60 minutes) live-hosted by a member of the admissions staff who will be ready to answer your questions about admissions, financial aid, academic programs, post-graduation opportunities, and more. Dean Griffin, Asssitant Dean of Career Development and Diversity Initiatives, also offers small group Q&A Sessions specifically focusing on the Law School's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives.
Individual Counseling Appointment
If you have very specific questions about your prospective application to Tulane Law School, you may schedule a 20-minute appointment with a member of the admissions team. We strongly encourage you to consider attending a Group Q&A session first, but if your questions are unique to your current circumstances, this would be a good option. Please note, that members of the admissions staff will not be able to assess your chances of admission, give you feedback on your current application materials, or review the reasons for a prior denial of admission. Additionally, we do not offer evaluative interviews as part of our admissions review process so your appointment is only designed to provide you information.
Other Opportunities to Connect
We look forward to meeting with you soon!
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