Tulane's 28th Biennial Admiralty Law Institute

Tulane's 28th Biennial Admiralty 

Law Institute 

Tulane is acknowledged around the world as a leader in the admiralty field. Every other spring, hundreds of lawyers, both practicing and academic, converge on the Tulane campus for the three day Admiralty Law Institute, the oldest (since 1965) and largest continuing legal education program devoted to maritime law. Many of the papers presented at the Institute are published in the Tulane Law Review. Recent Institutes have typically been attended by over 400 lawyers, shipping and marine insurance industry representatives and academics from over 30 states and 11 countries. The working theme for this year's program is "The Life of a Ship: Drawing Board to Scrapyard and Everything in Between."

Details

When
March 11-13, 2020

  • Where

  • Tulane University
    McAlister Auditorium
    Drill Road and McAlister Drive
    New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
    USA

CLE Accreditation

CLE Credit - Approved
Alabama - 15.30 general hours, including 2.0 ethics
California - 15.25 general hours, including 2.0 ethics
Connecticut - 15.25 general hours, including 2.0 ethics
Florida - 18.50 general hours, including 1.0 hour ethics and 1.0 professionalism 
Hawaii - 15.25 general hours, including 2.0 ethics
Illinois - 15.25 general hours, 2.0 professional responsibility hours are pending 
Louisiana - 15.25 general hours, including 1.0 ethics and 1.0 professionalism 
Maine - 15.25 general hours, including 2.0 hours professionalism credits 
New Jersey - 18.30 general hours, including 2.4 ethics
New York - Course approved subject to NY approved jurisdiction policy
Ohio - 15.25 general hours, including 2.0 hours attorney professional conduct 
Oregon - 15.25 general hours, including 2.0 hours ethics 
Pennsylvania - 15.00 general hours, including 2.0 ethics
South Carolina - 15.25 general hours, including 2.0 ethics
Tennessee - 14.25 general hours, including 2.0 dual (1.0 ethics and 1.0 professionalism) 
Texas - 15.25 general hours, including 2.0 ethics 
Virginia - 15.50 general hours, including 2.0 ethics 
Washington - 15.25 general hours, including 2.0 hours ethics 
Wisconsin - 17.0 general hours, including 2.0 ethics and professional responsibility 

CLE Credit pending in various other states 





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