Happy Autumn, and greetings from MSY!
(If you didn’t know, that’s the airport code for our home airport, Louis Armstrong International.)
This is traditionally the time of year that I’m most likely to have airport codes on the brain. My staff and I travel extensively, meeting with prospective applicants at college/university events, as well as law school fairs open to the public, such as the Law School Admissions Council Forums.
So far, it has been an exceptionally beautiful travel season. Here are some pictures I’ve taken of landings in ATL, DAY, BOS and SJU. (OK, so I landed on the beach in Puerto Rico, but that was a well-earned morning off during a week of fairs for both prospective JD and LLM students!)
We have a geographically diverse student body and alumni base, so our student recruitment efforts are national and international in scope.
Tulane Law School’s application for Fall 2015 admission is now active. JD applicants must apply electronically via their Law School Admission Council accounts. LLM applicants are strongly encouraged to do the same.
To encourage early applications this year, the application fee has been waived for all JD applicants who submit their applications on or before Dec. 31, 2014. The application file need not be complete by this date. An applicant’s Credential Assembly Service (CAS) file can be transmitted to Tulane later as long as the application is sent before January.
If you have any questions or concerns about the application process, please know that we are here to help. We encourage applicants to meet with admissions office staff when possible. Our extensive fall recruitment calendar for the remainder of the season can be found here. You can also contact members of our team via phone or e-mail.
Good luck on your applications, and safe travels!
PS: Here’s a final shot taking off from MSY of the
beautiful Crescent City!
– David Weinberg is assistant dean of admission at Tulane Law School