TRAINING PROGRAM: MARITIME LAW AND PRACTICE, GNLU Centre for Public International Law.

TRAINING PROGRAM: MARITIME LAW AND PRACTICE, GNLU Centre for Public International Law.

Maritime Law is deep as ocean. It’s exponential growth and significance attracts the utmost interest at national and international level. The GNLU Centre for Public International Law is organizing a Training Program on Maritime Law and Practice. The program aims to equip participants with basic and advanced understanding with theoretical, practical, legal and operational issues enabling them to render efficient and effective research, advisory, policy and operational assistance to their respective authorities of port & shipping management, maritime contract management, arbitration in port and shipping sector.

MODULES:

  • Indian Statutes,
  • Employment of Ships Liner- Trade,
  • Bill of Lading and Rules,
  • Hague, Hague-Visby and Rotterdam Rules,
  • Marine Insurance,
  • STCW, MARPOL 73/78, SOLAS 1974,
  • MLC 2006, S
  • hipping Administration in India,
  • Dispute Resolution in Shipping.

Number of Seats: 40

Duration: 05 Days

Last date for online application: 30 August 2018.

PARTICIPATION FEES

PROFESSIONALS: RS. 15000 (with lodging, boarding and kit).

Rs. 10000 (excluding accommodation and including kit, tea/coffee, snacks and lunch).

STUDENTS: Rs. 10000 (with lodging, boarding and kit).

Rs. 7000 (excluding accommodation and including kit, tea/coffee, snacks and lunch.)

Rs. 5000 (for GNLU students, excluding accommodation and including kit, tea/coffee, snacks and lunch).

CONTACT:

Convener: Mr. Sushil Goswami

Assistant Professor of Law, Gujarat National Law University , sgoswami@gnlu.ac.in

For Registration – Click Here.

For registration Form – Click Here.

For Brochure – Click Here.

 

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