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Law Resources: Shipping, Admiralty and Marine
Includes over 1,500 annotated links to admiralty law resources on the Internet and a growing database of admiralty case digests and opinions, arbitration award abstracts and international maritime conventions. The emphasis is on the law of the United States and the focus is on Internet resources that can be used in an effective and practical manner by admiralty attorneys and maritime professionals.
Promotes uniformity in maritime law. Documents and resources available on the site.
Shipping and marine insurance case notes from David Martin-Clark.
Comprehensive resource for legal information on freight forwarding, maintained by Peter Jones of the Toronto law firm Paterson MacDougall which specialises in transportation and insurance law. It includes an online commentary to keep you in touch with developments in the law, recent cases on the law of international transport, a section on resolving disputes without litigation and Riskmanager - legal information that forwarders need to manage their business.
The OceanLaw Mailing List is an un-moderated academic and professional e-mail list for the discussion of issues and the exchange of information relating to the international law of fisheries and related law of the sea and international law subjects, such as the protection of the marine environment or maritime boundary claims.
Includes a selection of online articles.
Includes Marine Bulletin.
Reference guide to over 1,000 selected English Court decisions together with links to other useful websites.
The Port of London Act, Byelaws, Directions, Port Entry Guide, Notices to Mariners, Notices to Agents, Berth & Ship Operators and the Voluntary Tug Code.
A wide range of information, legislation and links.
All documents related to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.
The Directory: Law Associations: Law
Promotes the study and the advancement of British maritime and mercantile law and considers proposals for the unification of maritime and mercantile law in the practice of different nations.
The leading UK centre for teaching, research and consultancy in maritime law disciplines.
The Directory: Law Associations: Lawyers
Promotes standards in the practice of London Maritime Law. ASG member firms all have established reputations in maritime law and are committed to the continued development of London as a maritime legal centre.
The Directory: Professional Associations
The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) is an international professional membership body and learned society for all marine professionals.
International professional body for qualified mariners.
The Directory: Trade and Industry Organisations
Membership organisation at the heart of the global maritime marketplace. They provide independent daily shipping market information, maintain professional shipbroking standards, and resolve disputes.
Trade association for British shipowners and ship managers.
Market orientated trade association representing and promoting the interests of British manufacturers and suppliers of marine equipment and marine services to all types of commercial ships.
Aims to develop and foster good relations and cooperation among all ports and harbors in the world by proving a forum to exchange opinions and share experiences on the latest trends of port management and operations.
Membership organisation dedicated to the promotion of safety and efficiency in the handling and movement of goods by all modes and during all phases of both national and international transport chains.
Principal international trade association for the shipping industry, representing all sectors and trades and comprising national shipowner associations, through which structure it can uniquely and legitimately claim to speak for a significant majority of international shipping.
Non-governmental organisation representing an industry of approximately 40,000 forwarding and logistics firms.
Works to secure and protect the rights and working conditions of its members and of all persons who work in the seagoing maritime industry. It also works closely with the U.S. Coast Guard and with port commissions around the country to establish safe vessel traffic standards to safeguard the environment, life and property.
Inaugurated in 1938 as part of the Seafarers Education Service (SES) to provide the means whereby British seafarers who made their living at sea could continue their education and benefit from education services and facilities taken for granted by their counterparts ashore.
Trade Association for Training, Charter & Holidays formed to offer the general public better protection, guidance and advice.
Aims to unite all those with a professional or personal interest in any aspect of navigation in one unique body, furthering the development of navigation in every sphere, and increasing public awareness of the art and science of navigation.