Monthly Archives: August 2012

A Brief Overview of Potential Seastead Litigation in the United States

Robert Mongole, a second year law student at LSU, recently finished his legal paper, “Seastead Strategies for Preventing Litigation in the United States.” Prior to completion, Mongole also authored three introductory blog posts (part 1, part 2, part 3) to the subject. This, the fourth and final blog post, gives a layperson’s […]

August 26, 2012

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Despite US non-ratification, the UNCLOS remains relevant to seasteaders

This post is authored by volunteer Michael Poon, a fourth year pre-law student at the University of California, Berkeley with an especial interest in moral philosophy and social organization. Last month, two Senate Republicans joined 32 other senators in opposing the UN Convention on the Law of the Seas (UNCLOS), […]

August 8, 2012

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