The ReVieux's primary mission is to emphasize and celebrate the rarities that make Tulane -- and New Orleans -- the most unique place to study American law. Conceived one day before the evacuation call, the ReVieux regrouped in the spring of 2006 to perform "Katrina Stories", a series of local narratives written, directed, produced and performed entirely by TLS students. A tradition now in its fifth year, the ReVieux continues to rely solely on the talent and dedication of the Tulane community.
This integration of a diverse community has grown beyond simply entertaining the student body. Our spring play is now in its fourth year of partnership with the Tulane Law School Summit on Environmental Law and Policy, providing practitioners from across the country with annual productions that reflect the ecological concerns of Gulf coast residents. This year, we are proud to introduce a new tradition: a fall variety show that benefits Tulane's Public Interest Law Foundation.
President: Stephen Sanders
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