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Law alumna and civic leader Cheryl Teamer, who rose from the ranks of law student to lead the legislative affairs office of former New Orleans Mayor Marc Morial, has died. Teamer was 58. A 1989 Tulane Law graduate, Teamer was a long-time fixture in New Orleans’ political circles, having worked in

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About Us Tulane Law School

(8 days ago) Tulane Law School is the nation’s 12th oldest law school, and yet is anything but stodgy. From its founding in 1847, Tulane has always prided itself as a place of intense creativity and innovation in the study of law. Its location in Louisiana, the country’s sole civil-law jurisdiction, gives Tulane a distinctive understanding of the

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Experiential Learning Tulane Law School

(5 days ago) At Tulane Law, experiential courses and programs help students integrate theory and practice locally, nationally, and around the globe. Through clinics, externships, boot camps, labs, and pro bono opportunities, students build skills, gain mentors, choose a career path, and cultivate a lifelong commitment to public service.

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Employment Law Tulane Law School

(5 days ago) Employment Law. The employment relationship serves an important role in structuring the lives of most adults in the United States. Employment provides wages, and often, a slew of benefits including health care and retirement pensions. It also provides a sense of stability and routine, and can even serve as the foundation of our identities.

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Co-curricular Activities Tulane Law School

(5 days ago) The Tulane Environmental Law Journal (TELJ) is a biannual legal periodical produced and edited by students of Tulane Law School with the support of the faculty and administration of Tulane Law School. Tulane is recognized as having one of the strongest environmental law programs in the country and TELJ has been rated as one of the top 15

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Online MJ in Environmental Law Tulane Law School

(7 days ago) The Center for Environmental Law, operated by Tulane Law School, promotes programs that serve students, faculty, staff, alumni and the community at large. The center publishes the Tulane Environmental Law Journal, hosts an annual law and policy summit, and is home to the Institute on Water Resources Law & Policy and the Tulane Environmental Law

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Visit Opportunities and Individual

(1 days ago) Tulane Law School's Office of Admission remains physically closed to prospective graduate student visitors during the Fall 2021 semester. Prospective students who would like to visit campus on their own must comply with the University's Fall 2021 COVID-19 safety protocols.While Tulane's campus is open for informal visits, only prospective students who have pre-registered for a self-guided tour

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(2 days ago) Founded in 1847, Tulane Law School is the 12th oldest law school in the United States. The school thrives in a cultural and academic environment that produces remarkable international programs, the world’s leading admiralty and maritime program, the country’s first sports law program and a nationally-acclaimed environmental law program.

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Tulane University School of Law

(8 days ago) residence at the law school in order to receive a degree from Tulane Law School (4 semesters for transfer students). A full-time semester is defined as a semester in which a student registers for at least 10 law credits and satisfactorily completes at least 9 credits. (See also V. D and VII.)

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Hall of Fame Tulane Law School

(9 days ago) The Tulane Law School Hall of Fame is generously supported by an endowment created in late 2012 by Mike and Melinda Veron. Mr. Veron (A & S ’72, L ’74) is a nationally prominent trial lawyer and founding partner of Veron, Bice, Palermo & Wilson in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Past Hall of …

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Discussion on the Public Trust Doctrine

(5 days ago) The Institute on Water Resources Law & Policy and the Tulane Environmental Law Center is hosting an event with three leading legal voices to discuss the seminal Public Trust Doctrine in Louisiana Nov. 12 in an event to be held both online and in-person.

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LLM Areas of Study Tulane Law School

(6 days ago) Tulane Law is proud to offer a curriculum that mixes traditional and more concentrated legal studies. Like other national law schools, Tulane provides courses in conventional areas like commercial law, family law, wills and trusts, real estate, taxation, public law and litigation.

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Tax Planning Institute Tulane Law School

(3 days ago) Tulane’s 70th Annual Tax Institute will be November 17-19, 2021. Since the first Institute in 1951, the Tulane Tax Institute has presented a forum for attorneys, CPAs and estate planners to hear nationally recognized tax and estate planning legal practitioners, law professors and accountants present in-depth reviews of recent tax statutes, regulations and decisions, learn

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Keith Werhan Tulane Law School

(4 days ago) Keith Werhan specializes in constitutional law, particularly the First Amendment, and in administrative law. His courses have long been popular with students. Graduating classes chose him to receive the Felix Frankfurter Distinguished Teaching Award, Tulane Law School’s highest teaching honor, in 1995, 2006 and 2012. He also was Professor of the Year in 1982-83 at Western New

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Estate Planning Institute Tulane Law School

(8 days ago) We have decided to move the 30th Annual Estate Planning Institute to a virtual format. The program will be held on its original dates of October 28-29, 2021. In 2002, Tulane Law School established the Tulane Estate Planning Institute to provide a permanent forum for the study of estate planning laws in Louisiana, the United States and other jurisdictions.

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