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Admiralty: Carriage of Goods by Sea

A course involving the legal problems arising out of damage to cargoes transported between the United States and foreign ports, and focusing on the Carriage of Goods by Sea and Harter Acts, and the Rotterdam Rules.  The Hague Rules and pertinent parts of the Chinese Maritime Code also are discussed. J.D. students must have taken Admiralty I and II. Graduate students have the option to write a paper or take an examination. The course is taught by Raymond Waid, who is a Shareholder in the New Orleans office of Liskow & Lewis, APLC. (2 Credits)

Semester

Spring 2019

Instructor(s)

Raymond Waid

Academic Area(s)

Admiralty & Maritime Law