There have been several updates to the spring course schedule including room changes for some courses. Please make sure to reference the updated version of the registration materials which is posted on the Academic Services page of the TLS Intranet. Changes to the registration materials will be indicated in red.
Please note in particular the following:
1) We have re-designated the Contemporary Issues in Legal Ethics course as a seminar for the Spring 2020 term. Papers for this course may be submitted in satisfaction of the upper-class writing requirement upon the approval of the Vice Dean.”
2) We are adding the following mini-course to the Spring 2020 term:
EU Competition (Antitrust) Law
MINI5490-01 (CRN: 47736)
MTWR – 11:30-12:56; F 9:30-11:45
March 9 – April 3
Exam date: April 13
The course will consider a critical area of European Union business law: competition/antitrust law. It begins with a sketch of European Union law with specific reference to how the Union regulates trade, corporate establishment and the institutions that enforce these policies. It then turns to the two relevant European Union treaty articles: Article 101, which governs multi-firm conduct (agreements between business entities), and Article 102, which observes single firm conduct (abuse of dominant position). It is not necessary to have taken either Antitrust or European Business Law to enroll in the course. The course will be taught by Professor Lloyd Bonfield (New York Law School); Marc Firestone (President—External Affairs and General Counsel, Philip Morris International) may be available to participate in one or two classes.”
Please contact Academic Services at firstname.lastname@example.org if there are any questions.
Assistant Dean, Academic Services
Tulane University School of Law
6329 Freret St., Suite 204
New Orleans, LA 70118
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