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James ("Jim") Walker is a maritime lawyer in Miami Florida who focuses on representing passengers and crew members injured or assaulted on cruise ships. Jim is a cum laude graduate of Duke University and a graduate of Tulane University School of Law where he pursued a maritime curriculum. He practices maritime law with his partner, Lisa O'Neill, also a Duke University cum laude graduate and a cum laude graduate of the University of Florida School of Law. The firm has represented over , cruise passengers and crew members in cases against Carnival, Celebrity, Norwegian, Princess, Royal Caribbean, and other cruise lines. Jim has represented seventy-five cruise crime victims, including six passengers before the United States Congress during hearings on the issue of cruise ship safety. Jim represents passengers throughout the United States and crew members from around the world. Jim and his clients have appeared over times on television and radio, as well as in newspapers and documentaries, including numerous times on Larry King Live, CNN's Nancy Grace, Fox News, Greta Van Sustern, MSNBC, Hours, BBC Radio, Canada's CATV, and ABC's Good Morning America and many others. The firm and clients have been featured in the Los Angeles Times, the Miami Herald, the New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle and other newspapers. Jim is a member of the Florida Bar Association, a twenty-seven year member of the Maritime Law Association of the United States, and a member of the Multi-Million Dollars Advocacy Forum. Here's what people are saying about about Jim Walker "Top Maritime Lawyer" - ABA Journal. "Top Cruise Lawyer" - USA Today. "Prominent Private Practice Maritime Attorney" - Fox News. "Prominent Cruise Plaintiff Attorney" - Law.com (America Law Media). Jim is also the editor and publisher of Cruise Law News, described as a "Hard-Hitting Blog" by Miami's Daily Business Review.