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All are winners in Special Olympics basketball game - February 06, 2017
The inaugural Special Olympics Unified Rivalry Basketball Game was held Saturday at the Reily Center on the uptown campus of Tulane University. Two teams, one comprised of Tulane students and Special Olympic athletes and the other of LSU students...

MEDIA ADVISORY: Tulane legal scholars to discuss Trump’s immigration order - February 06, 2017
What: Implications of Executive Action on Immigration, a panel discussion featuring Tulane University scholars on immigration, constitutional and international law. They will discuss the impact and implications of President Trump’s Jan. 27 executive...

Leadership, coaching and accepting adversity - January 27, 2017
Marc Trestman is best known for his career coaching professional football, yet few knew that he was once an aspiring lawyer. On Thursday, the Tulane Sports Law Program presented a talk by Trestman at the Tulane University Law School about the impact...

Tulane summer abroad focuses on legal issues of refugees - December 15, 2016
The mass migration of people seeking safety or a better life is a thread running through human history: it connects settlers of the American West, Irish who landed on the U.S. East Coast, Cubans fearing persecution, Cambodians fleeing the deadly...

There is only one true Blue Dog - December 09, 2016
“I grew up in a world where dogs were blue,” Tulane Law alumnus Jacques Rodrigue (L ’07) told dozens of law students who filled a Magazine Street art gallery. He then proceeded to explain how he protects his father’s beloved Blue Dog from copycats...

Essential advice for living with water - December 09, 2016
The rhythms and resources of water define Louisiana and New Orleans. Even our sense of direction comes from the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain. Who knows where north and south, east and west are? It’s the lake or river side of streets by...

Living With Water - December 07, 2016
The rhythms and resources of water define Louisiana and New Orleans. Even our sense of direction comes from the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain. Who knows where north and south, east and west are? It’s the lake or river side of streets by...

Tough scrutiny of U.S.—China relations predicted - November 21, 2016
The Donald Trump administration is likely to seek mutually beneficial deals between the United States and China but will press for more trade balance, a top U.S. energy representative said during a day-long forum at Tulane University Law School...

Tulane Law School offers online master’s degree - November 18, 2016
Tulane Law School ventured into the world of online-only legal education in 2016, offering a master’s degree in labor and employment law to meet the needs of human resources professionals facing increasingly complex regulations. The Master of...

Mock trial tests Tulane law and medical students - November 16, 2016
The defendant, according to his attorney, shot and killed his cancer-stricken father because voices were telling him to put him out of his misery. He asked the judge to acquit him because he was insane at the time of the crime. “Delusional thoughts...

Seven Tulane women at the top of their game - November 14, 2016
  Chroniclers of history may proclaim 2016 as the Year of the Woman, largely because it was the first time in history that a woman was a major political party’s nominee for president of the United States. However, it should be duly noted that 96...

Women at the top of their game - November 14, 2016
Chroniclers of history may proclaim 2016 as the Year of the Woman, largely because it was the first time in history that a woman was a major political party’s nominee for president of the United States. However, it should be duly noted that 96 years...

From Mardi Gras to John Oliver, law blogs test ideas - November 08, 2016
Talk about legal hypotheticals: Professor Sally Brown Richardson used Mardi Gras ladders to discuss possession, king cake babies to teach finders law, Krewe of Muses shoes to talk about property valuation and 8-year-olds’ sleepovers to explain...

Legal training helpful in public service careers - November 01, 2016
A lawyer who started his career in his family’s small-town practice, Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards told Tulane University Law School students that he has called on his legal training to tackle problems as a legislator and now as the state’s top...

Law student speaks for victims of sexual violence - October 28, 2016
Tulane University Law School student Margaret Martin did not participate in the annual Take Back the Night event like she had in past years. This time, she was the keynote speaker. Take Back the Night, held Thursday (Oct. 28), is an event designed...

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