November 2014

Houck shares rivers romance

Houck shares rivers romanceThrough annual excursions, Professor Oliver Houck has enriched students' Tulane Law experience and enabled them to embrace the love of nature he describes in his new book, Downstream Toward Home.

Is Ebola hurting shipping?

  Is Ebola hurting shipping?

The maritime industry's precautions against potential disruptions from Ebola generated lively discussion at a symposium hosted by Tulane's Maritime Law Center and drawing experts from the United Kingdom, Norway, Sweden, China and Belarus.


Vance leads major-case panel

Vance leads major-case panelU.S. District Judge Sarah Vance (L '78), chief of Louisiana's Eastern District, now leads the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation, which sets jurisdiction in the country's thorniest cases.


Pro bono's a Jeopardy! clue

Pro bono's a Jeopardy! clue
Intrigued by Tulane Law School's leadership on requiring students to volunteer their services, the game show Jeopardy! makes it a $600 clue.

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Quarter photo's a winner

Quarter photo's a winnerPanamanian LLM student Joaquin De Obarrio wins a Commander's Palace meal with Tulane President Michael Fitts by submitting a picture-perfect photo of Jackson Square.


Forum on the Future
of Law & Inequality
Nov. 7: 8 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
Registration req'd.

French Ameri-Can Climate Talks
Nov. 10: 3-6 p.m.
Tulane LBC Room 212

Nov. 14: Classes of 1969, 1974,
1979, 1984, 1994, 2009
Nov. 15: Class of 2004

Homecoming Football
Law School Tailgating
Nov. 15: 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Weinmann Hall 1st Floor
Memphis v. Tulane: 2:30 p.m.

Questions: Adam Kancher
or 504-865-5920