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From global trade to climate change, Marine Law is moving to center stage – and RWU Law is leading efforts to meet the challenge.

RWU Magazine Summer 2011: Sea ChangeFrom offshore wind energy to fisheries management, from admiralty law to piracy and international trade, formerly esoteric Marine Law issues are appearing more and more frequently in the public debate – in national and international political circles, among corporate and industry leaders; even around office water coolers.

As the conversation evolves, lawyers, policymakers and the public are seeking a deeper understanding of these vital areas, and RWU Law is – as Providence Business News observed last summer – emerging as a “national leader” in the field.  Read more in the Summer 2011 isse of RWU Law Magazine.