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Tulane Maritime Law Journal, Volume 37, Number 2, Summer 2013 Valentina Vadi

Tulane Maritime Law Journal, Volume 37, Number 2, Summer 2013

Valentina Vadi

Published semi-annually, each issue of the Journal includes scholarly works written
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The Tulane Maritime Law Journal is the preeminent student-edited law journal in the field of Admiralty and Maritime Law. Published semi-annually, each issue of the Journal includes scholarly works written by academics, practitioners, and studentsMoreThe Tulane Maritime Law Journal is the preeminent student-edited law journal in the field of Admiralty and Maritime Law. Published semi-annually, each issue of the Journal includes scholarly works written by academics, practitioners, and students concerning current topics in Admiralty and Maritime Law. In addition, the Journal publishes annual sections covering Recent Developments for the United States and the international community, as well as periodic symposia on relevant topical areas and quantum and collision surveys every other year.Volume Thirty-Seven, Number Two includesARTICLES• War, Memory, and Culture: The Uncertain Legal Status of Historic Sunken Warships Under International Law, Valentina Vadi• The Derailment of a Transport Statute: How Regal-Beloit Shipwrecked the Carmack Amendment on the Shoals of COGSA, O. Shane BallounRECENT DEVELOPMENTS• Recent Developments in Admiralty and Maritime Law at the National Level and in the Fifth and Eleventh Circuits, David W. Robertson & Michael F. SturleyINTERNATIONAL RECENT DEVELOPMENTS• International Recent Developments: Australia, Kate Lewins & Ashwin Nair• International Recent Developments: United Kingdom, Theodora NikakiNOTES• Come One, Come All: The Second Circuit’s Messier Approach to Maintenance and Cure, Yaakov Adler• Pirates Without Treasure: The Fourth Circuit Declares that Robbery Is Not an Essential Element of General Piracy, Ashley Bane• Turning a Blind Eye to Deaf Ears: The Fifth Circuit Examines an LHWCA Claim for Hearing Loss in Ceres Gulf, Inc. v. Director, Office of Worker’s Compensation Programs, Michael Dehart• A Decade Later, $1 Billion Saved: The Second Circuit Relieves a Maritime Classification Society of Unprecedented Liability for Environmental and Economic Damages in Reino de España v. American Bureau of Shipping, Inc., Imran Naeemullah• Chaparro v. Carnival Corp.: Playing the Game of Pleading Maritime Torts Under the Plausibility Standard, Michael G. RazeeqQUANTUM SURVEY 2011-2012COLLISION SURVEY 2011-2012FORUM SELECTION CLAUSE SURVEY 2011-2012