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Tulane experts tackle tough topics - June 15, 2018
Video transcript: Tulane experts are all over the national news…here’s a full recap of Tulane News in Review. People packed a Russian stadium to watch a World Cup match Friday and many sat on bleachers outside the stadium. Tulane Russian...

From blood pressure guidelines to national anthem protests, Tulane experts make headlines - June 01, 2018
Video transcript: From blood pressure guidelines to national anthem protests, Tulane experts made national news for a number of topics. Here’s the latest Tulane News in Review. The Soul Queen of New Orleans is now a doctor. Tulane awarded Grammy-...

Can a tweet be defamatory? - May 30, 2018
Long ago, you could tell a member of the media by the fact that he — and it always was a he — wore a hat bearing a card that read “press.”  His biggest worry was getting his facts straight because, otherwise, he would be sued for defamation. Today’...

Tulane students create app to manage rental deposit disputes - May 21, 2018
Two Tulane students have turned their gripes with renting into a company that could revolutionize how lease agreements are managed. Lydia Winkler, a third-year law and business student, and Marco Nelson, a first-year MBA student, are the creators...

Tulane University commencement fuses humor, reflection, joy - May 19, 2018
A jubilant atmosphere prevailed as nearly 3,000 Tulane University students convened in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome — many ready to celebrate with flags of home countries, second-line umbrellas and bouquets in hand — on Saturday, May 19, during the...

Law student honored for 744 hours of pro bono work - May 09, 2018
A Tulane Law School third-year student will receive the 2018 Louisiana State Bar Association Law Student Pro Bono Award for her work on behalf of indigent clients. Kirby Kenny, who has donated 744 hours of free legal work during her three years as...

Faculty forum to address leadership, engagement, well-being - May 07, 2018
“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest,” Benjamin Franklin said, and that applies to both students and faculty members. To continue its investment in faculty knowledge and professional growth, the Office of Academic Affairs and Provost...

Tulane, National Wildlife Federation issue recommendations for a more resilient New Orleans - April 26, 2018
The National Wildlife Federation (NWF) and the Tulane University ByWater Institute have released recommendations on how the City of New Orleans can actively build coastal resiliency across the metro region. The recommendations are the result of a...

African-Americans in New Orleans face rigged real estate market, report says - April 24, 2018
New Orleans' history and culture are rooted in a unique sense of place that transcends neighborhoods. Yet, beneath a shared sense of tradition and culture lies another reality marked by separation, privilege and disadvantage. Tulane Law School...

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...

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