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8 U. S. F. Mar. L. J. 379 (1995-1996)
Survey: Recent Maritime Decisions within the Ninth Circuit Region

handle is hein.journals/usfm8 and id is 389 raw text is: Survey: Recent Maritime Decisions Within
the Ninth Circuit Region
By MARC R. WALL
& KAREN M. HOUSTON*
INTRODUCTION
This survey summarizes important federal and state maritime
decisions within the Ninth Circuit region for the calendar year 1995. With
contributions from almost twenty staff members, it includes federal
appellate, district court, and state court decisions. Any decisions which
have been granted review by their respective higher courts have been
excluded from this survey. Please note that the Maritime Law Journal
intends for the survey to act as an aid, rather than a substitute, for one's
own legal research. While it highlights the important decisions handed
down within the Ninth Circuit region in 1995, it does not purport to be an
exhaustive study of all the decisions affecting the practice of maritime law.
I would like to express my sincere appreciation to Karen Houston,
without whose assistance this project would not have been possible.
Marc Wall
Survey Editor
* Marc Wall is a graduate of the Boston College Carroll School of Management (B.S. 1992)
and is currently a third year law student at the University of San Francisco School of Law (J.D.
1996).
Karen Houston is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley (B.A. 1992)
and is currently a second year law student at the University of San Francisco School of Law
(candidate, J.D. 1997). Ms. Houston has been appointed Literary Editor for Volume 9 of the
Maritime Law Journal.

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