Professor Sullivan is the Program Director of the LL.M in Transportation and Logistics and teaches the courses in maritime and administrative law. He argued and won the maritime case of Atlantic Soundings v Townsend before the United States Supreme Court.
Lindsey C. Brock III
Professor Brock teaches courses in maritime law and chartering.
Professor Cauley teaches courses in Customs and international trade law. In addition to being a lawyer, she is a licensed customhouse broker.
Professor Curran teaches courses in Immigration Law. In addition to teaching she supervises the Immigration Law Clinic at Florida Coastal School of Law.
Professor Groves teaches courses in international business transactions.
Professor Helsing teaches courses on the Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act. He previously served as a Federal Administrative Law Hearing Officer for the United States Department of Labor, the federal department which hears claims under the LHWCA and the Defense Base Act.
Patrick W. Krechowski
Professor Krechowski teaches courses in dredging law and permitting, as well as global climate change. He was previously counsel for the St. Johns Water Management District.
Robert R. Underwood II
Professor Underwood teaches in the area of labor-management relations from the perspective of labor, and particularly the perspective of the unions representing longshoremen, seamen, and railway workers.