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Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute

Chinese Maritime Law Conference Event

Date:
28 - 30 April 2014
Venue:
Venue for the 28th April 2014 University of Southampton Building 2 Lecture Theatre/3043 Highfield Campus Southampton SO171BJ

For more information regarding this event, please email For enquiries at cmlconf@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

Southampton and London 28th - 30th April 2014

Shanghai Skyline
Shanghai Skyline

The conference brings together many of the most eminent Chinese academics in the field of maritime law, representing a number of Chinese universities. Among the speakers are also many Chinese and other academics active in the UK. The topics covered include carriage of goods by sea, international trade law, ship arrest, pollution liabilities and marine insurance.

With China's pre-eminent position in global trade, its laws will shape the future of the shipping industry and modern trade. The historical and modern importance of English maritime law means that it has been a strong influence on China’s law. From its English as well as international roots, the maritime law of China is developing in modern times into a distinctly Chinese framework with the capacity to influence world trade. This conference brings English and Chinese maritime law together under the same microscope to discover and discuss similarities, differences and trends.

Sponsors and Partners

The conference is generously sponsored by the Confucius Institute at the University of Southampton. Our partners are the China Maritime Centre at the University of Greenwich and the law firm Norton Rose Fulbright. The conference is also supported by Maritime London.

Links:

The Confucius Institute

The China Maritime Centre - University of Greenwich

Norton Rose Fulbright

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