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Antonio Milton will be the first Black editor-in-chief of the Tulane Law Review.

Antonio Milton: Tulane Law Review’s first Black Editor-in-Chief

Sophie Brams, Staff Reporter February 24, 2021

Nearly six decades after the first Black student graduated from Tulane Law School, the Tulane Law Review has named its first Black editor-in-chief, Antonio Milton.  Milton, a second year Law student...

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Tulane Law School hosts Supreme Court hearing on life sentence for 0.04 oz marijuana distribution

Amy Nankin, News Editor January 29, 2020

The first oral hearing of the case of the State of Louisiana versus Derek Harris was held at Tulane University Law School Monday. Attorney Cormac Boyle and District Attorney Dale Lee presented oral...

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Tulane Law School hosts Black Alumni Weekend

Nile Pierre, News Editor February 14, 2019

Last weekend, Tulane Law School hosted Black Alumni Weekend to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its first Black graduate, Michael Starks, who marked the desegregation of the school in 1968. “This...

Tulane Law School hosts free speech and privacy conference

Tulane Law School hosts free speech and privacy conference

Batu El, Contributing Reporter October 3, 2018

As every law student learns, the right to free speech is held in high esteem in the legal system. But what happens when the right to free speech, guaranteed by the First Amendment, conflicts with the right...

(Left to right) Gerald Williams (19), Garrett Hines (20) and Kerianne Strachan (18) were elected presidents of their respective classes at Tulane Law School.

Tulane Law class presidents prompt diversity discussion

Lily Milwit, Senior Staff Reporter March 7, 2018

At the beginning of the 2017-18 academic year, Tulane University Law School students elected three class presidents — one to represent each of the classes at the law school. The campaign, voting and...

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USG passes amended “ban the box” resolution

Sanjali De Silva, News Editor February 28, 2018

Last week, the Undergraduate Student Government passed legislation calling on Tulane Admission to note that it will disregard past criminal convictions on applications. The resolution was presented...

Former TULAP Lawyer Fred King dies

Canela Lopez, Senior Staff Reporter August 31, 2017

After a 10-year battle with prostate cancer, on-call Tulane University attorney Frederick "Freddie" Jenks King Jr. died on Thursday, May 4. Known to most students as the man to call when in need of...

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