LLM Admiralty


Halikaa

I am still gathering info on LLM programs and another choice I've considered is Admiralty.

Does anyone have any insight into jobs and LLM programs in the area?

I've been told that Tulane is great, but that was from a less than reliable source.

Thanks

I am still gathering info on LLM programs and another choice I've considered is Admiralty.

Does anyone have any insight into jobs and LLM programs in the area?

I've been told that Tulane is great, but that was from a less than reliable source.

Thanks
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hannenyh

You adamant about doing an LLM in the US? If not, I would also suggest Southampton, England. They have a very reputable LLM in Admiralty. If you want to do an LLM for free you can check out University of Oslo. I took some classes in their admiralty program, and they were great.

And yes, I too have heard Tulane has a good program.

Good luck!

You adamant about doing an LLM in the US? If not, I would also suggest Southampton, England. They have a very reputable LLM in Admiralty. If you want to do an LLM for free you can check out University of Oslo. I took some classes in their admiralty program, and they were great.

And yes, I too have heard Tulane has a good program.

Good luck!
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Halikaa

1. Is Tulane really the top program in the U.S.?

2. I'll check in Southhampton...

3. Tell me more, if you don't mind, about the Oslo program!?!

4. How hard will it be to secure employment with an LLM in Admiralty?

5. ...and really, 1--thank you!

1. Is Tulane really the top program in the U.S.?

2. I'll check in Southhampton...

3. Tell me more, if you don't mind, about the Oslo program!?!

4. How hard will it be to secure employment with an LLM in Admiralty?

5. ...and really, 1--thank you!

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edalfere

Tulane Law School is widely acknowledged to have the strongest maritime law program in the world.
Tulane's location in New Orleans, one of the largest ports in the world, near the mouth of the Mississippi River and the outlet to the Gulf of Mexico, is a natural link to the maritime industry. New Orleans has the second largest admiralty bar in the United States. As a result of the natural focus on maritime issues in New Orleans, Tulane Law School has become a significant center for the study of maritime law.
You can tell from the catalogue of courses that Tulane Law School offers a lot of courses on various phases of maritime law usually about 10 per year and more than any other school in the world. In addition to its extensive curriculum of admiralty courses, Tulane was the first law school in the United States to publish a student-edited maritime law review, The Tulane Maritime Law Journal, and it is the home of the Maritime Law Center.
Many of the graduate students who enroll in the LLM in Admiralty program are from foreign countries and have worked as maritime lawyers or for shipping or insurance companies. Tulanes Maritime Law Society that has both a professional and social agenda, and the school sponsors continuing education for maritime lawyers to which students are invited free of charge, one of which is the Tulane Admiralty Law Institute that is one of the oldest and respected professional educational programs devoted to maritime law. In addition, each year the program sponsors a lecture by a distinguished admiralty lawyer, judge or public servant and a practitioner in residence program to allow for a small group of students to meet with an experienced admiralty lawyer in an informal environment.

You will find more information about all of Tulanes LLM programs, as well as application materials on the following website: www.law.tulane.edu If you would like to request additional materials, you can contact admissions@law.tulane.edu or complete the information Request Form at http://www.law.tulane.edu/tlsabout/about_forms.aspx?ekfrm=584&IntroID=2804

Tulane Law School is widely acknowledged to have the strongest maritime law program in the world.
Tulane's location in New Orleans, one of the largest ports in the world, near the mouth of the Mississippi River and the outlet to the Gulf of Mexico, is a natural link to the maritime industry. New Orleans has the second largest admiralty bar in the United States. As a result of the natural focus on maritime issues in New Orleans, Tulane Law School has become a significant center for the study of maritime law.
You can tell from the catalogue of courses that Tulane Law School offers a lot of courses on various phases of maritime law – usually about 10 per year and more than any other school in the world. In addition to its extensive curriculum of admiralty courses, Tulane was the first law school in the United States to publish a student-edited maritime law review, The Tulane Maritime Law Journal, and it is the home of the Maritime Law Center.
Many of the graduate students who enroll in the LLM in Admiralty program are from foreign countries and have worked as maritime lawyers or for shipping or insurance companies. Tulane’s Maritime Law Society that has both a professional and social agenda, and the school sponsors continuing education for maritime lawyers to which students are invited free of charge, one of which is the Tulane Admiralty Law Institute that is one of the oldest and respected professional educational programs devoted to maritime law. In addition, each year the program sponsors a lecture by a distinguished admiralty lawyer, judge or public servant and a practitioner in residence program to allow for a small group of students to meet with an experienced admiralty lawyer in an informal environment.

You will find more information about all of Tulane’s LLM programs, as well as application materials on the following website: www.law.tulane.edu If you would like to request additional materials, you can contact admissions@law.tulane.edu or complete the information Request Form at http://www.law.tulane.edu/tlsabout/about_forms.aspx?ekfrm=584&IntroID=2804
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