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Broadening Horizons.
Institute of Maritime Law 9th Singapore Short Course

Broadening Horizons in maritime law and practice.

15-26 May 2017


The Institute of Maritime Law at the University of Southampton,
offers two intensive weeks of training on maritime law, specifically
crafted for the needs of the Asian legal market. This internationally
renowned course is delivered by some of the most respected
experts in the field.

The course speakers include leading scholars, experienced
professionals and prominent legal practitioners. The fusion of
academic excellence and practical know how ensures delegates
receive a rigorous examination of the most significant legal issues
affecting today’s shipping industry.

The Singapore Short Course takes an innovative approach to legal
training, substituting the strict formality of a lecture-only course,
in favour of a variety of case-studies, question and answer sessions
and small group discussions. Delegates will be provided with the
very latest legal materials of the highest calibre, in an environment
that allows them to engage with this ever evolving area of law.
Working with the IML’s experts at the forefront of this everdeveloping
industry, guarantees enduring benefits for participants
and their employers.

The course will take place at the Royal Plaza at Scotts, Singapore.

We very much hope to see you in Singapore in MAY 2017.

The Institute of Maritime Law
University of Southampton.

  Key Speakers

Institute of Maritime Law

Professor Mikis Tsimplis

Professor Filippo Lorenzon

Professor Yvonne Baatz

Professor James Davey

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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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