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Articles from Loyola Maritime Law Journal (January 1, 2019)

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"A FEW ARMED (DRONES), JUDICIOUSLY STATIONED, MIGHT AT A SMALL EXPENSE BE MADE USEFUL SENTINELS OF THE LAW": THE SUFFICIENCY OF EXISTING LAW AS APPLIED TO THE U.S. COAST GUARD'S INEVITABLE USE OF UNMANNED AIRCRAFT CAPABLE OF EMPLOYING AIRBORNE USE OF FORCE IN THE MARITIME COUNTER-DRUG MISSION. Sinclair, Michael R. 19191
A BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATERS: STRAIGHT LINE DEPRECIATION VS. "NEW FOR OLD" RULE. Accardo, Keith M. 3732
A SHORT "SHELF LIFE" FOR VALLADOLID'S ELUSIVE SUBSTANTIAL-NEXUS TEST? Pardue, William L. 14869
A STUDY IN SALVAGE. Hidalgo, Jessica Victoria 10362
BLOWING THE WHISTLE WHILE GASPING FOR AIR. Williams, Elizabeth A. 9549
THE RISING TIDE OF ARBITRATION CLAUSES CLAIMS MARITIME INSURANCE AS ITS NEXT VICTIM. Johns, Callan J. 11123
TO INFINITY AND BEYOND? THE HISTORY OF SPACE TRAVEL AND THE LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF PRIVATIZED SPACE FLIGHT THROUGH THE LENS OF SPACEX. Veech, Stephanie D. 10377
WHAT IS A STATE TO DO? WHEN POLLUTION LAW AND POLICY SOLUTIONS SEEM DEAD IN THE WATER. Whitaker, Kelly A. 12978

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