MARITIME LAW

3L Coast Guard Officer to Make Impact with Law Degree
Tuesday, December 1, 2015

If the adage is true that an army travels on their stomach, perhaps Brian Sattler is on to something. Everywhere the 31-year-old Coast Guard Officer is stationed, he masters one dish quintessential to the region – chicken and...

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Professor Bernard Oxman Attends Institut de Droit international
Friday, September 4, 2015

Professor Bernard Oxman  attended the week-long biannual meeting of the Institute of International Law, commonly known by its French name, the Institut de Droit International, in Tallinn, Estonia. Professor Oxman is one of six Americans...

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Miami Law Students Study Water Resources in Vietnam and China in Summer Course
Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Lake Dianchi with UM and Yunnan University students

Three students from Miami Law - Solomon Schoonover, Cameron Green, and Elyssa Luke - along with students from the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric...

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Jenna Gushue Turns Love of the Ocean into JD/LLM in Ocean and Coastal Law
Monday, December 9, 2013

Jenna Gushue first fell in love with the blue-green waters off Florida's coastline as a child deep-sea fishing with her family and friends over summer breaks. The 25-year-old law student is from Hauppauge, NY but was an annual snowbird to...

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Unconventional Internships: Miami Law Student Spends Summer Tackling Complex
Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Erik Neff has always known he wanted to practice maritime law.

So when he applied to the University of Miami in 2009, he fully intended to capitalize on the city's vast maritime culture. He joined the Maritime Law Society, and later...

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Miami Law Students and Professors Interested in Maritime and Environmental Law
Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Rising early on the Friday morning before spring break, a group of Miami law students and professors visited U.S. Coast Guard Sector Miami to learn about the Coast Guard's missions and operations. Organized by Miami Law student Lieutenant...

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Alumna Denise Krepp, Chief Counsel, Reflects on Her Successes
Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Shortly after graduating Miami Law in '98, Denise Krepp became a JAG officer for the Coast Guard. Over the next 10 years, Ms. Krepp ascended the ranks during one of the most pivotal times in the United States history for Maritime Law. In...

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