3rd ADVANCED SEMINAR ON INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW

3rd ADVANCED SEMINAR ON INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW

Κωδικός Προϊόντος : 17131
Διάρκεια: 21 hours
Ημερ/νία: Τετάρτη 10 Ιουλίου 2019
Τόπος Διεξαγωγής: Athens, Eugenides Foundation 387, Leoforos Siggrou, Palaio Faliro 17564
Κόστος Συμμετοχής:
 
  • ΦΟΙΤΗΤΕΣ - ΑΣΚΟΥΜΕΝΟΙ
  • Young Lawyers (up to 10 years)/Swansea Alumni
  • ΦΥΣΙΚΑ ΠΡΟΣΩΠΑ
  • ΝΟΜΙΚΑ ΠΡΟΣΩΠΑ

Wednesday, 10 July 2019

Charterparties: General issues

13.00-13.40
Recent Developments in US Maritime Law
Prof. M. Sturley, Texas University

13.55-14.35
Are Charterparties Fit for Purpose?
Prof. R. Williams, Institute of International Shipping and Trade law, Swansea University

14.50-15.15 Coffee Break

Charterparties: Modern & special issues (I)

15.15-15.55
Frustration of Charterparties
Prof. A. Tettenborn, Institute of International Shipping and Trade law, Swansea University

16.10-16.50
Underperformance claims
M. Konstantinidis, Attorney-at-law, LL.M., PhD

17.05-17.25 Coffee Break

17.25-18.05
Cyber risks and charterparties
Prof. B. Soyer, Institute of International Shipping and Trade law, Swansea University

18.20-19.00
But is it demurrage? Waiting for orders and interim port clauses in tanker charters
Prof. S. Baughen, Institute of International Shipping and Trade law, Swansea University

19.15-19.55
Shipping & Environment: Low sulphur bunkers and new BIMCO clauses
M. Konstantinidis, Attorney-at-law, LL.M., PhD

Thursday, 11 July 2019

Charterparties: Modern & special issues (II)

13.00-13.40
Charterparties and the off-shore industry
Ass. Professor V. Athanassopoulou, University of the Aegean

13.55-14.35
Commingling and blending of oil cargoes – Legal issues emerging
Prof. R. Williams, Institute of International Shipping and Trade law, Swansea University

14.50-15.30
Introduction to ship vetting and navigating through the challenges of the legal construction of Oil Major Clauses
Alexandra N. Couvadelli, Senior Claims Director, UK P & I Club

15.45-16.10 Coffee Break

Carriage of goods by sea

16.10-16.50
Central Issues in the Law Governing the Carriage of Goods by Sea: Variations on a Theme by Dr. Theodora Nikaki
Prof
. M. Sturley, Texas University

17.05-17.45
Complying with MLC as an element of seaworthiness
Prof. L. I. Athanassiou, University of Athens (School of Law)

18.00-18.20 Coffee Break

18.20-19.00
Switch bills of lading
Prof. B. Soyer, Institute of International Shipping and Trade law, Swansea University

19.15-19.55
Ships without seafarers: Issues of international maritime law
Prof. L. I. Athanassiou, University of Athens (School of Law)

Friday, 12 July 2019

Carriage of goods by sea (cont.’d)

13.00-13.40
The act of deviation (wide sense) in the performance of sea carriage- Current position in Common Law and Continental Law systems
Prof. G. Theocharidis, WMU, MalmÖ

13.55-14.35
Burden of proof in carriage contracts
Prof. S. Baughen, Institute of International Shipping and Trade law, Swansea University

14.50-15.15 Coffee Break

Issues of multimodal transport

15.15-15.55
CMR Convention – Fit for Purpose?
Prof. G. Leloudas, Institute of International Shipping and Trade law, Swansea University

16.10-16.50
Multimodal transport – Euro Style
Prof. A. Tettenborn, Institute of International Shipping and Trade law, Swansea University

17.05-17.25 Coffee Break

17.25-18.05
Multimodal transport – Where air transport meets road transport
Prof. G. Leloudas, Institute of International Shipping and Trade law, Swansea University

Closing lecture

18.20-19.00
Brexit and its impact on maritime litigation & arbitration
Simon Croall QC, Quadrant Chambers

19.00-19.50
Discussion on all presentations

* Q&A will also take place following each lecture.

The seminar is designed for:

  • Law students or recent graduates wishing to develop their knowledge on specifi c issues of shipping law;
  • Young lawyers with the determination to enter the shipping industry;
  • Shipping lawyers or professionals working in the legal department of shipping companies who wish to enrich their know-how and improve their professional status.

 

A recognized university degree or equivalent professional qualification is required for admission onto the course. Applicants must have sufficient competence in English, both written and oral, in order to meet the demands of the course.

Students who do not have the formally recognized relevant qualifications may also apply if they have knowledge of maritime law & legal terminology.

A completion certificate will be granted upon 100% attendance of the course, as a recognition of your study and for CPD purposes.

SPECIAL FEES:

Students/Trainees: 130€
Young Lawyers (up to 10 years) :170€

REGULAR FEES:

Lawyers/Law Firms
1st participant: 470€
2nd participant: 395€
Additional participants: 323€

Companies
1st participant: 630€
2nd participant: 533€
Additional participants: 435€

The fee includes the seminar‚ all program materials, Certificate, one light lunch and coffee breaks.

ΗΜ/ΝΙΑ & ΩΡΑ Τετάρτη, 10 Ιουλ. 2019, 13.00-20.00
Παρασκευή, 12 Ιουλ. 2019,13.00-20.00
ΤΟΠΟΘΕΣΙΑ Athens, Eugenides Foundation
379, Leoforos Siggrou,
Palaio Faliro 17564
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