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Admiralty Practicum

The Admiralty Practicum is a publication of the Law School’s Joseph A. Calamari Admiralty Law Society, which was founded in 1975 to inform students about the field of admiralty law and to help them network with alumni who practice in the field. Published twice a year and distributed to prominent admiralty practitioners in New York, the journal highlights landmark cases and major changes in admiralty and maritime law.

Membership

Membership on the Admiralty Practicum is open to all students who are interested in admiralty law or who have the desire to write for a student journal. As journal members, students will craft a case summary on a recent admiralty law case that touches on various legal issues in the field. Student editors and staff have complete control over the journal editing process.

Faculty Advisor
Andrew J. Simons

Student Board

Editor in Chief
Brian Auricchio

 

Past Issues

Contact Us

To learn more about the Admiralty Practicum, the Joseph A. Calamari Admiralty Law Society, and our initiatives, please contact us at:

Joseph A. Calamari Admiralty Law Society
St. John’s University School of Law
8000 Utopia Parkway, Queens, New York 11439