DISCLAIMER: Each year, the Tulane Maritime Law Journal receives more quality comments and case notes from its Junior Members than it can publish in print. In order to recognize the time and effort expended by our Junior Members whose work is not selected for print publication, we have decided to publish select case notes for online publication. As a […]
Avast! Move over, Blackbeard and Long John Silver. How about a real-life modern pirate story? Clay, a TMLJ junior member and former Navy officer, recounts her experience encountering Somali pirates while serving aboard the U.S.S. Ashland in TMLJ’s newest Member Spotlight. Read Below:
By: Chelsea Crews, Senior Articles Editor Early last year, the American shipping sector noted with approval that the newly-elected President Trump’s cabinet boasted the deepest maritime background in decades (or, arguably, ever). This, combined with the President’s focus on improving American infrastructure, gave observers hope that American ports would be a priority of the new […]
By: Allison Skopec (TLS ’18) featured in the Federal Bar Association Transportation Law Section’s Fall 2017 newsletter.
Allison Skopec’s impressions of her day of training at Gard P&I as seen in the TIPS AMLC Fall 2017 newsletter: Allison’s full publication, Learning to Love Blockchain Schooner Rather than Later can be found here. Allison discussed her paper with the TIPS AMLC Fall Committee Meeting in Miami (Oct. 12, 2017) (Back row […]
Our Tulane Maritime Law Conference in Panama was a huge success. The Tulane Maritime Law Center in conjunction with the Maritime Law Association of Panama put on a maritime law seminar called “Tulane Comes to Panama II.” Roberto Roy, the Minister for Canal Affairs for the Republic of Panama, gave the keynote address. Later that […]