Newport, Rhode Island admiralty attorney, John K. Fulweiler, a fifteen year veteran in the fields of admiralty and maritime law and holder of a U.S. Coast Guard license endorsed for towing, has accepted an invitation to teach a summer class at the Roger Williams University Law School (http://law.rwu.edu/). "The goal of the class," John explains, "is to bridge that space between a law student's academic studies and actual first-year practice." Having practiced maritime law throughout the East Coast and as a former partner in a New York maritime law firm, John brings a wealth of hands-on experience. John's litigation and arbitration history is extensive and he has represented parties in maritime personal injury claims, Jones Act claims, cruise line injury claims, maritime death claims, Longshore Harbor Workers Compensation Act (LHWCA) claims, vessel collision claims and maritime salvage claims. John's maritime law firm, Fulweiler llc, represents individuals and businesses on the East and Gulf Coasts of the United States.
Underway and making way.
By John Fulweiler