Tagged: admiralty law

Admiralty Moot Court 2019

Last year, I wrote about my first time competing in the Judge John R. Brown Admiralty Moot Court competition here. I competed again this year and thought I’d write a post summarizing my second experience! Logistically, this year’s competition our team was made up of 2/3rds of last year’s team: Sigal and myself as returners, […]

Admiralty Moot Court: Pirate Lawyering in Seattle

A few months ago I posted about one of my unexpected favorite classes, Admiralty Law (find it here.) I’m following-up on that post to share about the Admiralty Moot Court team’s trip to Seattle to compete in the Judge John R. Brown Admiralty Moot Court Competition! Last Wednesday my two teammates (who also took the […]

Pirate Lawyering 101

  When I was solidifying my plans for law school and becoming serious about applying my junior year of college, I met a friend of a friend who told me about admiralty law. He works in the industry but on the insurance side and described Admiralty law to me as “if a vessel, flagged under […]