Due to Unexpected Circumstances,
the 2008 Latin American Law Institute has been cancelled.
MISSION & HISTORY
The Tulane Law American Law Institute (TLALI) mission is to assist in stimulating transparency in the critical relations between the USA and Latin America.
The Institute aims to identify common political, social and economic ground and to foster relationships between Institute participants in order to improve the legal and business climate of the Americas.
Established in New Orleans, Louisiana, a city unique in its practice of continental civil law and common law as well as a gateway to North America, TLALI serves as a forum to debate the issues that impact the business and legal communities of the Americas.
Institute participants come from South, Central and North America and Europe. Past participants have included renowned political, legal and business leaders such as: the 74th President of Bolivia, former Vice President of Nicaragua, US Senator from Louisiana; Lt. Governor of Louisiana; President/CEO of Murphy Oil Corp., Sr. Vice President Business and Legal Affairs HBO Latin America, Cuban-American National Council representative, executives from BellSouth , Exxon Mobil Corp., MasTec, Inc., British Petroleum, Audiencia Nacional de España and BellSouth Corp. as well as attorneys from leading law firms throughout North, South and Central America and Canada.
The 2008 Tulane Latin American Law Institute is the 3rd event since the creation of the Institute in 2001.