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A. N. Yiannopoulos

Eason-Weinmann Chair Emeritus, BA, LLB

Diploma in Law, 1950, LLD, 1995, University of Thessaloniki (Greece); MCL, 1954, University of Chicago; LLM, 1955, JSD, 1956, University of California at Berkeley; DrJur, 1960, University of Cologne


E-mail: ayianno@tulane.edu
Telephone: 504.865.5984
Office: Weinmann Hall, Room 355-G

 
 

Biography:
Professor Yiannopoulos is an internationally renowned scholar of civil law, comparative law, and maritime law.  He came to Tulane in 1979.  He has been in charge of the revision of the Louisiana Civil Code as reporter for the Louisiana State Law Institute and has been the editor of West’s Pamphlet Edition of the Louisiana Civil Code since 1980.  He has also authored three volumes of the Louisiana Civil Law Treatise series, now in the fourth edition.  Professor Yiannopoulos has published widely in the fields of civil law, comparative law, conflict of laws, and admiralty.  He has directed the Law School's summer programs in Greece since 1980.  He is currently revising portions of the civil code, collecting materials for an admiralty textbook, and working on the next edition of his property treatise.  His revision of the Civil Code provisions on quasi-contracts became law in 1996, on representation and mandate in 1998, on deposit and sequestration in 2003, and on loan in 2004.  Professor Yiannopoulos is a member of the International Academy of Comparative Law (The Hague) and of the American Law Institute.  He retired from the full-time faculty at the end of the 2007-08 academic year, but continues to teach one course each year in his area of expertise.

Courses: 
Spring 2012 - Civil Law Seminar 
 


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Books
LOUISIANA CIVIL CODE (Pamphlet Editions, 2002 West Publishing Company) (2002)
LOUISIANA CIVIL CODE (West 1980-2001 Editions)
LOUISIANA CIVIL LAW TREATISE, VOLS. 2, 3, and 4 (Supps. 1999, 2000 & 2001)
CIVIL LAW PROPERTY (West 1962) (West 2d ed.1980) (West 3d ed. 1991 & updated 2000)(West 4th ed. 2001)
LOUISIANA CIVIL LAW TREATISE, Vol. 3, PERSONAL SERVITUDES (Usufruct, Use, and Habitation) (West 1968) (West 2d ed. 1978) (West 3d ed. 1989) (West Group 4th ed. 2000)
PERSONAL SERVITUDES (West 1968) (West 2d ed. 1978) (West 3d ed. 1989) (West Group 4th ed. 2000 & updated 2001)
PREDIAL SERVITUDES (West 1983) (West 2d ed. 1997, updated 1999, 2000 & 2001)
CIVIL LAW PROPERTY COURSEBOOK (Claitor's 1976, 1979, 1983, 1985, 1990 & 1991) (Claitor's 6th ed. 1996) (Claitor's 7th ed. 1999)
LOUISIANA CIVIL LAW SYSTEM - PART I (Claitor's 1978) (Claitor's 2d ed. 1999)
OCEAN BILLS OF LADING, TRADITIONAL FORMS, SUBSTITUTES, AND EDI SYSTEMS, Editor (Kluwer 1995)
ADMIRALTY AND MARITIME LAW (with Schoenbaum) (Michie 1984)
MATRIMONIAL REGIMES COURSEBOOK (with Spaht) (1978)
CIVIL LAW IN THE MODERN WORLD (Louisiana State Univ. Press 1965)
NEGLIGENCE CLAUSES IN OCEAN BILLS OF LADING: A COMPARATIVE STUDY (Louisiana State Univ. Press 1962)
AMERICAN GREEK PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW (with Ehrenzweig and Fragistas) (Oceana 1957)

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