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Study Group on Cuba

José R. Cot, Chair


Upcoming Events:

NOBA's Study Group on Cuba
cordially invites you to a private showing & lecture on Cuban Art
Summer in Havana
 July 23, 2015 from 5:30 to 7 pm
O C T A V I A  G A L L E R Y  
454 Julia Street, New Orleans


Cuba has always had a vibrant and innovative art scene. Octavia Gallery's Summer in Havana installment offers a wide range of artistic styles, imagery, and influences, with works by Cuban-based artists Alex Hernández Dueñas, Luis Enrique Camejo , Karlos Perez, JEFF, The Merger, and Frank Mujica. Sip a glass of wine with NOBA's Study Group on Cuba and listen to the Gallery Director talk about the Cuban exhibition.

Date:     June 23, 2015
Place:     Octavia Art Gallery, 454 Julia Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
Time:      5:30 - 7:00 pm
Cost:      Members of NOBA's Study Group on Cuba              no charge
              Non-Members                                                        $15.00
RSVP:    Alex Garon or call 525-7453

Recent Events:

June 2015
The Legal System in Cuba CLE

          NOBA’s 2014 Delegation to Cuba Report on the Cuban Supreme Court, Arbitration/Mediation, the Chamber of Commerce in Cuba,
          Constitutional Law, Maritime Law, Family Law, Private law firms (Bufetes), cultural aspects and even LSU football diplomacy.

The All-Star Cast of Panelists and Delegation to Cuba Members: 

Walter J. Leger, Jr., NOBA President, Moderator
Mark C. Surprenant, NOBA Past President
Philliip A. Wittman, NOBA Past President
Judy Y. Barrasso, NOBA President-Elect
Jose R. Cot, Chair, Study Group on Cuba
Mark A. Cunningham, NOBA Board of Directors & LSBA President
Jan M. Hayden, NOBA Board of Directors

August 2014
A Cuban Real Estate Market Revolution

Steve Striffler, Chair in Latin American Studies at the University of New Orleans and John Lovett, Associate Dean and Property Law Professor
at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, who will discuss Cuba’s creation of a legal property market and what is purported to be
a significant loosening of the socialist dominance since the revolution in 1959.

May 2014
Expanding Horizons:
The Cuban port development’s impact on the Gulf South
 A discussion with Gary LaGrange, President & CEO, Port of New Orleans