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Alito joins Tulane law study abroad faculty - May 15, 2016
Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr., who celebrated a decade on the U.S. Supreme Court in January, is set to teach constitutional law, judicial review, international law and other topics at Tulane Law School’s summer programs in Paris and Berlin. Alito,...

Law graduates pledge to endow diversity scholarship - May 12, 2016
From a chance conversation in March, Robert Waldrup and Gary Crosby, members of the Tulane Law School class of 2016, launched a project that promises to leave a lasting impact even as they move on to their legal careers. They’ve pledged to start a...

Law school’s Amy Gajda informs Gawker privacy debate - March 24, 2016
It wasn’t just the salaciousness of Hulk Hogan’s sex tape that had eyes from coast to coast watching for the outcome of the Gawker trial in Florida — it was a broader free speech-versus-privacy issue. That conflict, the heart of the former pro...

Take fear, resentment out of politics, Dreyfous lecturer says - March 16, 2016
What critics call racist appeals by presidential candidate Donald Trump actually reflect divide-and-conquer politics that the Republican Party has practiced for 50 years, to the detriment of middle class Americans of all colors, University of...

Alumna’s eco-passion leads to microbeads ban - February 29, 2016
President Barack Obama’s Dec. 28 signing of a national ban on plastic microbeads in products like face scrub and toothpaste brought California environmental attorney Lisa Kaas Boyle full-circle back to Tulane Law School. As a student-attorney in...

Alumna creates ‘cheeky’ new beauty brand - February 17, 2016
Since graduating from Tulane Law School in 2015, Nicole Swartz has balanced studying legal briefs with building her own brand of beauty products. Dubbed the Sweet Cheeks Beauty Co., Swartz’s budding line of bathtime body scrubs and hydrating hair...

Law interns help recover stolen cultural treasures - January 11, 2016
Take a summer trip to a country that’s still rebuilding from a bloody war followed by a ruthless dictatorship. Visit ancient temples and monuments where statues are broken and treasures threatened. Then devise ways to protect those precious cultural...

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