Read Mr. Brock’s article addressing the effects of Lozman on the towing, finance, and insurance industries here. Read More »
The Tulane Maritime Law Journal Annual Banquet will be held on March 20, 2014, at 6:30PM, at Galvez,...
Congratulations to our seven Junior Members whose case notes were selected for publication in Volume...
Read Professor Constonis’s article on federal statutory displacement of general maritime law h...
Read Mr. Walsh’s article that explores recent changes to maintenance and cure law here. Read More »
The first issue of Volume 38 of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal is now available in both print and digital format. A big thank you to all of our authors and editors! Read More »
The Senior Board of Volume 38 of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal is excited to announce and congratulate an additional group of new Junior Members of the TMLJ: Laura Beck Shinhong Byun Albert Farr Noah Grillo Eli Hare Richard Leishman David Maass Read More »
On behalf of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal members, our faculty Read More »
The Senior Board of Volume 38 of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal is very pleased to announce Read More »
Please join us for a presentation of selected works from Volume 38 Read More »
Larry Kiern, a partner in Winston & Strawn’s Washington, D.C. office who concentrates his practice on maritime and admiralty law, has been named a “2012 Distinguished Legal Writing Award” recipient by the Burton Awards for Legal Achievement. This honor is dedicated to rewarding great achievements in law, with a special emphasis on writing and reform. Only 35 authors are selected from entries submitted by the ... Read More »
Last week USDC Judge Barbier issued the first set of rulings in the Deepwater Horizon Case. Judge Barbier dismissed a group of the claims against BP. The claims dismissed were mostly comprised of environmental groups who were not seeking monetary damages. The journal will be following the case and frequently posting tidbits as rulings come down. TMLJ Alumni, Ian Taylor, with Lewis, Kullman, Sterbcow, & ... Read More »
A railroad employee filed a negligence action against his employer under FELA. The employee was injured while engaging in switching the rail carts, and claimed 1) his employer required him to utilize unsafe switching equipment, and 2) his employer failed to properly train him to use the equipment. In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court of the United States held: the appropriate standard for establishing ... Read More »