Tulane Law dean steps down

Luke Wilson, Senior Staff Writer

Tulane University Law School Dean David Meyer and Law Professor Amy Gajda, will step down for roles at Brooklyn Law School effective June 30. (Lucy Tolman)

Tulane University’s School of Law recently announced the departures of Dean David Meyer and Professor Amy Gajda, effective June 30

Meyer served as the school’s dean for 13 years and oversaw the expansion of Tulane’s clinical programs and the addition of two new academic centers. Meyer will leave New Orleans for Brooklyn Law School, where he will serve as dean and president. His wife and fellow Tulane Law faculty member Gajda will join him in New York. Gajda and Meyer look forward to the move as they will be closer to family.

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