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Take the Lead.
Institute of Maritime Law 8th Singapore Short Course

Take the lead in maritime law and practice.

9-20 May 2016


Now entering its 8th edition, this internationally renowned course offers two intensive working weeks of training on maritime law, specifically crafted for the needs of the Asian legal market by some of the most respected experts in the field.

The course speakers include leading scholars, experienced professionals and prominent legal practitioners; this fusion of academic excellence and practical know-how ensures both a rigorous examination of the most significant legal issues affecting today’s shipping industry and affords an invaluable pragmatic advantage for its delegates.

The Singapore Short Course has broken new ground with an innovative approach to legal training, shunning the passivity and strict formality of many purely lectured courses in favour of frequent case-studies, Q&A sessions and small group discussion, placing delegates in an environment where they are best able to engage with this ever evolving area of law. The provision of the highest calibre of the very latest legal materials positions delegates at the vanguard of developments in the industry, guaranteeing an enduring benefit for the participants and their employers.

The course will take place at the Hilton Hotel, Singapore.

We very much hope to see you in Singapore in MAY 2016.

The Institute of Maritime Law
University of Southampton.

  Key Speakers

Institute of Maritime Law

Professor Mikis Tsimplis

Professor Filippo Lorenzon

Professor Yvonne Baatz

Dr. Ozlem Gurses

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  Key Topics

Charterparties

Shipping Documents In International Trade

Cargo Claims

The Vessel and her Liabilities: Collision and Marine Casualties

Salvage, Towage and Wreck

Pollution Claims

Marine Insurance

Enforcing Maritime Claims

Offshore Activities

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