32nd Tulane Corporate Law Institute

32nd Tulane Corporate Law Institute 


Since the first Institute in 1988, the best and brightest M&A and securities practitioners, Delaware Supreme Court and Court of Chancery judiciary, leading corporate counsel and Wall Street investment bankers have gathered in New Orleans every spring for the Tulane Corporate Law Institute. Now recognized as one of the premier M&A, corporate and securities law conferences in the country, the Tulane Corporate Law Institute continues to deliver an unparalleled educational and networking experience in a fascinating city.

Details and Updates

On behalf of Tulane Law School, we are looking forward to seeing you in New Orleans on Thursday, March 5th and Friday March 6th for the 32nd Annual Tulane Corporate Law Institute. It looks like we will have good weather for your visit and The Roosevelt New Orleans is ready to host the Institute.

We have received several calls asking us whether the Institute will be cancelled due to concerns regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19). While Tulane is carefully monitoring the situation, there are no plans to cancel the Institute at this time. Should the situation change, we will let you know by email.

In light of Coronavirus concerns, The Roosevelt New Orleans has indicated that they will do additional cleaning of work surfaces and shared areas and will deploy extra hand soap/hand sanitizer dispensers.
In addition, we would not be surprised if many attendees choose not to shake hands (apparently elbow-bumps are in fashion). Other common-sense precautions you should take include:

• Wash your hands thoroughly and often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going    to the restroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing;
• If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least                        
60% alcohol;
• Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or sleeve—not hands—when coughing or sneezing;
• Avoiding touching your eyes, nose, and mouth to the extent possible; and
• Avoiding close contact with people who are sick.

If you have any questions regarding the Institute, please do not hesitate to contact Natasha Lacoste, the Director, Tulane University Continuing Legal Education, at nlacoste@tulane.edu. If you feel sick while you are at the Institute, please stay in your room and contact the Front Desk of your hotel for assistance.
We look forward to seeing you later this week.



When

March 5-6, 2020

  • Where

  • Roosevelt Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
    130 Roosevelt Way
    New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
    USA
    504-648-1200

CLE Accreditation

Approved CLE Credit:
Alabama - 14. 0 general hours, including 2.0 hours ethics
California
- 14.0 general hours, including 2.0 hours ethics 
Delaware - 14.0 general hours, including 2.0 hours enhanced ethics credits
Georgia - 14.0 general hours, including 1.0 hours ethics and 1.0 hours professionalism 
Illinois - 14.0 general hours, 2.0 professional responsibility hours under review
Indiana - 14.0 general hours, including 2.0 ethics 
Louisiana - 14.0 general hours, including 1.0 hours ethics and 1.0 hours professionalism
Minnesota - 14.0 general hours, including 2.0 hours ethics  
Missouri - 16.8 general hours, including 2.4 ethics 
Nebraska - 14.0 general hours, including 2.0 professional responsibility credits
New Jersey - 16.8 general hours, including 2.4 hours ethics
New YorkCourse approved subject to NY approved jurisdiction policy
Ohio - 14.0 general hours, including 2.0 attorney professional conduct hours
Oregon - 14.0 general hours, including 2.0 hours ethics
Pennsylvania - 14.0 general hours, including 2.0 hours ethics 
South Carolina - 14.0 general hours, including 2.0 hours ethics
Tennessee - 14.0 general hours, including 2.0 dual (i.e. ethics and professionalism)
Texas - 14.0 general hours, including 2.0 ethics 
Virginia - 12.0 general hours, including 2.0 ethics (1.0 hour of programming is currently under review. If approved, the total general hours will be 13.0) 
Washington - 14.50 general hours, including 2.0 hours ethics and 1.75 hours professional development 
Wisconsin - 16.5 general hours, including 2.0 ethics and professional responsibility 

CLE credit pending in various states
Estimated CLE credit
14.0 hours of CLE credit, including 2.0 hours of ethics in 60 minute states
16.8 hours of CLE credit, including 2.4 hours of ethics in 50 minute states 



 




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