Spring 2021 Grade Distributions

  • 8 June 2021

All grade distributions for the spring semester are now posted on the Academic Services page of TLS Intranet at  The highest grade in each course (if applicable) is indicated on the grade distribution chart.





Exam guidelines and procedures

  • 1 April 2021

Exams for the Spring 2021 semester will begin on May 3rd.   We will be following the same procedures and guidelines that were used during the Fall 2020 semester.  Those exam guidelines are posted under the Exam Information link on the TLS Intranet.   


I will be holding an exam Q&A session at 3:00 pm on April 9th. There are some updates to the features in Examplify and I want to make sure everyone has the current information.   The Zoom link for the Q&A session is

Fall 2021 Seminar, Directed Research and Simulation Course applications

  • 25 March 2021

Fall 2021 Seminar, Directed Research and Simulation Course applications are now available.  The deadline for application is April 16th. 


All selections for seminars, directed research and simulation courses will be posted by April 27th.  

Fall and Summer 2021 Registration Materials and Class Schedule

  • 24 March 2021

The registration materials for the Fall (including Summer) 2021 semester are posted on the Academic Services page of the TLS Intranet under the COURSE DOCUMENTS heading.     


A message regarding instructions for seminar and directed research applications as well as the simulation course preference process will follow shortly.    The deadline to submit these applications (directed research, seminar and simulation course preferences) will be Friday, April 16, 2021.

Senior Fellow Applications New Available

  • 24 March 2021

Senior Fellow Applications Now Available


Applications for the Legal Writing Senior Fellow program are now available. Interested second-year students, with a record of excellence in legal writing, are encouraged to apply. Please complete the application and e-mail to Ms. Charlene Washington by Monday, March 29, at 9:00 a.m.  You may submit your answers in a separate Word document. Be sure to attach a current CV with your application. Contact Prof. Donelon by email with any questions.


LRW Senior Fellows will earn four credit hours upon successful completion of the course. Two credits will be applied in the fall, and two credits will be applied in the spring. The credit will be posted at the conclusion of the academic year.


You may also submit an application to serve as a Senior Fellow in the International L.L.M. program. Any questions relating to the international program should be directed to Professor Herb Larson.


NOTE:  Students must accept a Senior Fellow position if offered.


Erin A. Donelon

Director of Legal Research & Writing

Tulane Law School

(504) 865-5921