Tulane: $2 million gift; energy law expert to New Orleans
June 25, 2017
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Tulane University says a $2 million gift is bringing a European energy law scholar to New Orleans, where he will become founding director of a new Tulane Center for Energy Law and be the first to hold the James McCulloch Chair in Energy Law.
Law school Dean David Meyer says in a statement that Kim Tallus and Sirja-Leena Penttinen will be coming in January, and Penttinen will be the new center's assistant director.
"Energy law and policy is inherently and increasingly international and has never been more important," Meyer said. "Tulane Law School is uniquely positioned...