Most accidents at sea result in a salvage service being rendered to the casualty. It is therefore important for anyone involved, or who may be involved with a casualty, to have a general understanding of international salvage law.
Over 12 weeks, this salvage law professional development programme introduces you to the history of salvage law, reviews salvage principles and definitions, examines the salvage convention, explains Lloyd’s Open Form and the Special Compensation P&I Club Clause. In addition, it analyses other key contracts, conventions and guidelines which are essential knowledge for anyone involved in marine salvage, whether they be a seafarer, salvor, ship owner, cargo owner, underwriter, P&I Club case handler, broker average adjuster or solicitor.
When: 26 September 2018 | 14 February 2019 (please contact us in case you want to enrol for the 2019 intake)
Where: Delivered online with the support of leading industry experts
Duration: 12 weeks
Qualification: Lloyd’s Maritime Academy Professional Development Certificate
This distance learning course is ideal for anyone currently or potentially involved in marine salvage such as:
J.Sauzier, Maritime Operations Advisor
Stacey Fraser, Lawyer
Archie Bishop is a Solicitor both in England and Hong Kong, an Examiner in Admiralty and a former Senior Partner of Holman Fenwick Willan (1988 and 2000) with whom he is now a Consultant.
Trained aboard HMS Worcester he served 7 years as a deck officer with the P&O Line before joining the firm in 1960.
Find out more about Archie Bishop and other course Author, Michael Lacey.