Experience Freeman Learning
The Freeman learning experience will introduce you to the principles and elements of the law as they relate to and influence business and commerce.
- Round out your background with core business classes and pursue your specialized interests with electives in sports and entertainment law, international business law, mock trial, and other specialty areas.
- Gain critical real-world experience and develop key connections through the Tulane Business and Law Society and our service learning option.
- Deepen your cross-cultural understanding and gain a competitive advantage during a semester or summer abroad through the Goldring Institute of International Business.
Earn Career Capital
Throughout your experience at Freeman, you’ll build a solid foundation of business and law and have access to an array of career-building resources.
Explore Business Abroad
In an interconnected world, business law requires nuanced cross-cultural negotiations and understanding. Through study abroad and exchange programs with the Goldring Institute of International Business, you can develop cultural competencies while earning credits in Asia, Australia, Europe, or Latin America.
Events & Important Dates
Join us for our next Tulane Alumni networking event: Meet Mark Powers, Former CFO of JetBlue, Tulane Adjunct.
Cocktails and networking at 5:30 pm...
This event is free and open to the public
Management of 34 small-cap publically owned companies will make a 20 minute presentation followed by a 10-minute Q&A....
Blog & News
Drew Greenblatt (MBA ’91) visited the White House in March to talk manufacturing with President Donald Trump.
When Paul Ballard was an undergrad at Tulane, his future wife turned him on to a drink that would change his life.
CMDX Biopsy, Instapath Bioptics and Kaleyedos will compete on April 20 at the New Orleans BioInnovation Center.
Connect with Influential Networks
The time you spend in New Orleans will contribute to your personal and professional growth. It’s where you’ll forge your most lasting Freeman memories.