LAWS | Admiralty Law | University of SouthamptonThis subject considers a practical aspect of Maritime Law which was developed by the Admiralty Court in England and which has been exported to many countries in the world. It is designed for an audience which may itself be international, with students having a wide variety of legal and commercial experience. Students are expected to investigate and analyse the many International Conventions in the area as well as to handle traditional statutory and case law materials. Having successfully completed this module, you will be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:. This course concerns a practical aspect of maritime law which was developed by the Admiralty Court in England and which has influenced many countries in the world.
Concerning Admiralty Law
The present publication presents the selected reference materials relating to the problems of rescue at sea. As the title implies, the content of the document also covers such important aspects as marine interception and stowaways. In short, it is the collection of the regulatory documentation addressing the above-mentioned matters. Moreover, this part also contains the relevant IMO Guidelines. The second part will be valuable for those interested in the international refugee law - they will find all important conventions, interventions, guidelines and position papers issued to cover this problem; several key conference and meeting materials released by UNHCR have also been included. Three remaining parts of the book are dealing with the international criminal law, humanitarian law and human rights. A definitely useful publication for those with the professional interest in the maritime industry and shipping law with the focus made on rescue at sea and associated issues.
Law of the Land - The Admiralty (Jurisdiction and Settlement of Maritime Claims) Bill, 2016
Conventions Search the maritime conventions database. OceanPortal Reference A UNESCO sponsored site that is a comprehensive directory of ocean related and maritime web sites, with an objective of helping scientists and other ocean experts locate relevant information on the Internet. The site includes a detailed page containing links to the relevant maritime ordinances and cases. The following are digests of recent United States Circuit Court Admiralty decisions, with links to the full opinions. For past digests and opinions organized by date and subject, see the Circuit Court Admiralty Opinions page, where it is also possible to search the database of Circuit Court opinions. Arthur v. Maersk, Inc.
American Lawyer A monthly general legal magazine affiliated with law. American Maritime Cases AMC A monthly publication founded by practicing maritime lawyers that reports decisions by United States and Canadian courts, administrative and legislative bodies, and arbitrators affecting or setting maritime law and affairs. It is available in paper copy on a subscription basis. Le Droit Maritime Francais This is a link to the information page for the journal. Il Diritto Maritimo A quarterly journal, founded in by Francesco Berlingieri senior, which is devoted to maritime law and the promotion of its international unification.