Tulane Law School Virtual Tour
  The footage below is a mix of law school community member created footage, undergraduate virtual campus segments, and GoNOla TV videos. We hope to be able to welcome you to campus in person soon, but in the meantime, we hope that these will be helpful substitutes for the real thing.  
Welcome to Campus - Dean Weinberg



Dean Weinberg Virtually Welcomes you to New Orleans  



Virtual Tour of Weinmann Hall - Part 1
  TLS Virtual Tour Part 1



Weinmann Hall first floor; Dean Lezlie Griffin (Career Development Office)  



Virtual Tour of Weinmann Hall - Part 2
  TLS Virtual Tour Part 2




Weinmann Hall Second floor; Office of Experiential Learning  


Virtual Tour of Weinmann Hall - Part 3
  TLS Virtual Tour Part 3



Student Organization Offices (Student Bar Association, Public Interest Legal Foundation, Academic Journals); Law Library       
Virtual Tour - Other Frequented Facilities on Tulane Campus
  The Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complex Virtual Tour



 Weinmann Hall's neighbor on campus and home to the A.B. Freeman School of Business and highly frequented PJs coffee shop. The Vietnamese cuisine campus food truck "Viet-nomies" , named by Zagat as one of the "Top Ten Must Try Food Trucks in the U.S." and one of the three resident campus food trucks, can be found on the opposite side of the complex from Weinmann Hall.      
  The Lavin Bernick Center Virtual Tour



The "LBC", located just across McAlister Way from the Law School, is Tulane's on campus student center. It's home to the book store, popular food court, Campus Services department (Splash Card and Parking Pass), the Carolyn Barber Pierre Center for Intercultural Life, and a variety of other retail shops and student service departments). This video is part of the undergraduate virtual tour, but many law students will visit the LBC on a weekly, if not daily, basis.  


  The Commons Virtual Tour



The Commons is our all you can eat campus dining hall. The Commons opened this fall and is highly recommended by Emily. There is a graduate student meal plan that can be used here, but students can also purchase lunch on a daily basis. $10 Friday swipe-ins are particularly recommended.       
  Reily Center Virtual Tour



The Reily Student Recreation Center is Tulane's on campus gym. Though this video is part of our undergraduate virtual tour, law students have complete access to Reily, and this video features current 1L Antonio.  


  Yulman Stadium Virtual Tour



Yulman Stadium is the home of Green Wave football. While this video is part of our Undergraduate virtual tour, all law students receive full season tickets to the games, and tailgating, particularly for the law school's homecoming reunion tailgate, is a fun Saturday afternoon activity in the fall.      
Howard Tilton Memorial Library Virtual Tour  



The Law Library occupies the 3rd - 6th floors of Weinmann Hall and is definitely the preferred study place on campus for TLS students. "Howie T" is the campus's main library, and while it is predominantly used by undergraduate students, law students have full access should they wish to use it. This video is part of the undergraduate virtual tour.  


Around Campus
  Audubon Park - Video



The fronts of Tulane's campus and Audubon Park are divided by St. Charles Avenue and the St. Charles Streetcar Line. The 350 acre park is a popular and peaceful place for law students and faculty alike to take morning, midday, or evening walks, jogs, and bike rides.      
  Freret Street - Video



Tulane's campus is long and skinny and nestled in the middle of the residential uptown neighborhood. Freret Street divides the bottom half of campus (the undergraduate academic quad) from the rest of campus. Weinmann Hall is located right on Freret Street at the eastern edge of Tulane's campus. Due to the numerous housing options in close proximity, Freret Street and its surrounding streets is a popular area for law students to live, and the Freret Street Corridor is a vibrant 10 block section packed with restaurants and shopping.      
  St. Charles Avenue Streetcar - Video



Gibson Hall, Tulane's main administrative building, towers over St. Charles Avenue across from Audubon Park. The St. Charles Streetcar runs from the intersection of Claiborne and Carrolton Avenues before turning at the Riverbend area onto St. Charles Avenue. After passing the University and park, the streetcar continues along St. Charles Avenue all the way to the French Quarter.      
  Campus Time Lapse



This video was not created by an official Tulane department, but it does provide many different images of campus in a series of Time Lapses that may be useful to get a sense of the architecture and landscaping of our beautiful campus.      
  Magazine Street - Video



Audubon Park's southern border is Magazine Street, separating the main park from Auduon Zoo. Magazine Street runs all the way from uptown to downtown and offers 6 miles of shopping, eating, and exploring.