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Maritime Law Resources on Lexis Including, Maritime Cases, Statutes, News, Benedict on Admiralty, Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce, Loyola Maritime Law Journal, Tulane Maritime Law Journal, & University of San Francisco Maritime Law Journal. More Information. Includes "domestic federal and state maritime case law from 1912 with sporadic coverage back to 1795. It also contains selected arbitration decisions, Canadian statutes and cases, as well as other historical documents from various federal departments, such as selected Federal Maritime Commission,, the National Transportation Safety
Resources available on Westlaw for Maritime Law. Including, Schoenbaum's Admiralty & Maritime Law , Law of Seamen, Law of Maritime Personal Injuries, Tulane Maritime Law Journal, & University of San Francisco Maritime Law Journal.
The FJC's Admiralty & Maritime Law introduces federal judges and lawyers to admiralty and maritime law, including both general maritime and statutory law. The author examines the rules relating to jurisdiction and procedure that are peculiar to this field. Topics include areas relating to commercial law, such as charter parties, carriage of goods, and marine insurance. The Carriage of Goods by Sea Act, the Pomerene Act, and the Harter Act receive extensive treatment. The monograph explains the body of law dealing with maritime personal injury and death, including damages and seamen's remedies...
"The blog follows the general subject of migration by sea from Africa to or towards Europe and other significant maritime migration routes which end in the European Union, such as Turkey to Greece and Albania to Italy. The blog focuses on the subjects of maritime immigration enforcement, rescue at sea, and refugee and migrant rights and protections. Significant maritime migration events elsewhere in the world are noted from time to time."
"As a specialized agency of the United Nations, IMO is the global standard-setting authority for the safety, security and environmental performance of international shipping. Its main role is to create a regulatory framework for the shipping industry that is fair and effective, universally adopted and universally implemented. "