Disagreements can arise at any stage of the maritime cycle, from newbuilding and repairs to salvage, pollution, bunker and cargo claims. Charterparties are also a major source of disputes.
The key to resolving disputes effectively is to understand the range of options available, from informal meetings all the way up to litigation. With the aim of avoiding complex and costly legal proceedings where unnecessary, this course familiarises you with the alternatives, including negotiation and mediation.
There is a special focus on arbitration, being one of the primary methods of dispute resolution used in the maritime industry.
When: 19 September 2017
Where: Delivered online with the support of leading industry experts
Duration: 12 Weeks
Qualification: Lloyd’s Maritime Academy Professional Development Certificate
The course will be of value to shipping industry entrants, and as a refresher to those wanting to consolidate or update their knowledge. It will also benefit those needing to learn more about the legal and practical implications of maritime disputes to advance their career.
The certificate also represents a solid foundation for higher studies in the fields of chartering, arbitration, maritime law and international trade.
R.Veras Fontes, Student 2014
Dr Constantina Sampani studied law at the University of Athens. She continued her studies at the University of Kent at Canterbury where she completed an LLM in International and Commercial Law and specialised in Transportation, Finance and Insurance of exports and means of transportation, International Business Transactions and International Commercial Dispute Settlements (Arbitration and Litigation).
J.Badejeva, DGS Marine