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Pitter-pattern - April 12, 2018
Seen through steel handrails, a man descends the stairway in Weinmann Hall, home to the Tulane University School of Law.

Tulane Novel Tech Challenge to award $20,000 in prizes to top innovators - April 11, 2018
Nine student finalists in the Tulane Novel Tech Challenge will address a panel of judges with their ideas for improving the environment, human health, education and urban infrastructure through technology on Friday, April 13, from 2-5 p.m. in Room...

River flooding and a hot sauce shortage - April 06, 2018
Transcript: From flooding on the Mississippi to the lasting impact of the show Portlandia, Tulane experts took on a number of different topics. Here’s the latest Tulane News in Review. Tulane University professor Walter Isaacson appeared on MSNBC’...

Movie studio execs to speak at Tulane entertainment law conference - April 02, 2018
Some of the biggest names in the entertainment business will explore the future of film and television among other topics Friday, April 6, as part of an entertainment and sports law conference at Tulane Law School. Titled Geaux Create: Disruption,...

Law students face a ‘hot bench’ during court competition - March 23, 2018
For more than 80 years, Tulane law students have participated in annual moot court competitions during the spring semester. The winners have had their names etched into marble tablets hung in the Wendell H. Gauthier Appellate Moot Court Room. On...

Jean-Michel Cousteau among speakers at Tulane Law’s annual law summit - March 06, 2018
Top environmentalists from around the world, including Jean-Michel Cousteau, the son of Jacques Cousteau, are headlining Tulane Law School’s 23rd annual Summit on Environmental Law and Policy March 9 and 10 on Tulane’s uptown campus. Cousteau, the...

Law class presidents are on a mission to inspire - March 02, 2018
When all the ballots were counted, and the dust had settled, Tulane Law School’s three class presidents smiled at the realization that for the first time in recent history, all three law school class leaders are African-American. As role models,...

From land loss to Lassa Fever, Tulane experts make national news - March 02, 2018
Transcript: The Louisiana coastline is rapidly washing away, and one Tulane professor says it’s the largest ecological catastrophe in North America since the Dust Bowl. That’s one of the stories highlighted in this Tulane News in Review. The New...

Law students provide legal protection for citizens with disabilities - February 15, 2018
People with disabilities receiving assistance through the Housing Authority of New Orleans (HANO) will have an easier time keeping those benefits thanks to the help of two Tulane Law students. Alexis Tringas and Jay Jensen, both third-year law...

‘Dreamers’ to get assistance through Tulane Law School legal aid - February 09, 2018
In a continued expansion of Tulane Law School’s offerings relating to immigration law, the Tulane University Legal Assistance Program (TULAP) has hired its first immigration attorney to aid Tulane students, staff and faculty facing legal challenges...

Networking opportunities on tap at Career Wave 2018 - February 07, 2018
More than 1,000 undergraduate students will strengthen their career planning skills while listening to industry insight from more than 40 alumni and parent speakers during Career Wave 2018, taking place on Saturday, Feb. 24, from 8 a.m. through 5 p....

More than fun and games - February 07, 2018
A member of Team Tulane makes his way toward the goal Saturday during the second annual Tulane vs LSU Special Olympics Rivalry Basketball Game. The match took place at Fogelman Arena in the Devlin Fieldhouse on the Tulane University uptown campus....

‘Quilting Army’ podcast combines creativity and the law - February 06, 2018
Entrepreneurial law professor Elizabeth Townsend Gard has unleashed a grassroots “army” of law students studying the roles of creativity and law in stoking the transformation of quilting from a folk-art craft into a multibillion-dollar industry. On...

Centuries-old rules dictate modern Mardi Gras experiences - February 06, 2018
New Orleans may have a heavy French influence, but at Carnival, the city practices centuries-old English rules of private property. Some scholars have argued that private property rights developed to increase individual efficiency. Sally Brown...

Understanding the value of diversity on the bench - January 26, 2018
An audience of nearly 200 gathered Thursday at Tulane University Law School to hear the findings of Newcomb College Institute’s report on the history of gender and race in Louisiana’s judiciary. Authored by Heather L. Johnson, research assistant...

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