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LL.M. IN ADMIRALTY DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

Candidates for the LL.M. in Admiralty must fulfill the General Degree Requirements, which require completion of 24 credits for award of an LL.M. degree. To obtain an LL.M. in Admiralty, candidates must complete at least 13 of the 24 credits in admiralty courses.

 
CERTIFICATE IN ADMIRALTY REQUIREMENTS FOR J.D. DEGREE

In order to obtain a Maritime Law Certificate, J.D. candidates must complete at least 12 credit hours of Admiralty courses, including Admiralty I, Admiralty II and at least three full semester admiralty courses.

 
COURSES OFFERED

The following admiralty courses are usually offered each year:

Several of these courses are taught by adjunct faculty members, who are admiralty practitioners in New Orleans. Biographies of the adjunct faculty members can be read on the Faculty page of this site.

As well as these courses, there is usually at least one one-credit mini-course taught per year. Mini-courses are taught by distinguished visiting professors, usually from outside the United States.

Recently offered one-credit mini-courses include:

Advanced Marine Insurance
International Carriage of Goods
International Conflicts of Maritime Law
International Marine Pollution
International Maritime Conventions, Safety at Sea Regulations and their Impact on Private Maritime Law
Law of Maritime Salvage
Maritime Liens & Claims
Maritime Legal History
Maritime and National Security
Maritime Salvage & the Marine Environment
Ocean & Coastal Law
 
 
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