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Institute of Maritime Law

Professor Francis Rose published a new book 'Admirality Claims'

Published: 28 October 2020
Admirality Claims book cover

Professor Francis Rose, Institute member, and Professor Andrew Tettenborn of Swansea University, published Admirality Claims in June 2020.


The first book published in the leading British Shipping Laws series was McGuffie’s Admiralty Practice, which for many years was the leading practitioners’ book on the subject, until it went out of print and was effectively superseded by David Jackson’s Enforcement of Maritime Claims (Lloyd’s Shipping Law Library), now also out of print. The gap has now been filled in British Shipping Laws by the publication of Admiralty Claims, authored by Professors Francis Rose and Andrew Tettenborn. Although Admiralty Law has traditionally been regarded as an arcane area, it provides the base for the law of maritime activity and international trade, and is continually adapting to changing modern circumstances. The book combines exploration of underlying principles with discussion of the current law and practice, which continues to evolve, as the United Kingdom withdraws from the European Union.

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