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April 10, 2013
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Dean Letten will discuss his essay to be published in an upcoming issue of the Review

Dean Letten will soon join Tulane Law School in a new leadership role as Assistant Dean for Experiential Learning.  In this role, he will help lead a significant strengthening and expansion of Tulane’s practical skills training offerings while also reaching out to legal employers and alumni to create additional opportunities for students to advance their careers.

Dean Letten received his law degree from Tulane Law School in 1979, and prior to accepting a position with the law school, he was most recently the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Louisiana.

Letten was the longest-serving U.S. Attorney in the country, having served in the Eastern District for more than eleven years.

Before being appointed U.S. Attorney, Letten had been the First Assistant U.S. Attorney in the office and served as lead counsel in the investigation and four-month trial and conviction of former Louisiana Governor Edwin Edwards.  Additionally, Letten had previously served on and later led the Justice Department’s Organized Crime and Racketeering Strike Force in New Orleans.  During his nearly 34-year legal career, he has litigated hundreds of both jury and bench trials in both federal and state courts.


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Tulane University Law School
Weinmann Hall
Room 157
6329 Freret Street
New Orleans, LA

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