European Colloquia on Maritime Law Research (ECMLR)

 

The European Colloquia on Maritime Law Research are a series of seminars organized by different maritime law centers in Europe under the auspices of the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law in Oslo and the Institute of Maritime Law in Southampton. The idea is to be a forum for advanced discussion among people who are active academic writers.

 

There is a mailing list for the colloquia, see https://sympa.uio.no/jus.uio.no/subscribe/nifs-ecmlr

 

The contact address for the colloquia is sjorett-adm@jus.uio.no.

 

List of seminars:

 

 

Year

Month

Host

Location

Theme

Publication in English

I

2000

Dec

Oslo

Lysebu

Legislative approaches in maritime law

MarIus No. 283

II

2002

April

Southampton

Romsey

The CMI/UNCITRAL cargo liability regime: Regulation for the 21st century?

LMCLQ 2002 pp. 304 et seq.

III

2004

Sept

Bologna

Ravenna

The emerging European maritime law

MarIus No. 303

IV

2006

Sept

Nantes

Nantes

Perspectives of maritime law - safety, security and protection

Annuaire de droit maritime et océanique 2007

 V

2008

May

Athens

Athens

Competition and Regulation in Shipping and Shipping Related Industries

Book

VI

2010

May

Swansea

Swansea

The Rotterdam Rules

Journal of International Maritime Law

VII

2012

Sept

Messina/ Palermo

Palermo

Contracts in shipping: Flexibility, foreseeability and reasonableness

Il Diritto Marittimo and MarIus No. 424

 

VIII

2014

11-12 Sept

Rotterdam

Erasmus University

Common core, PECL and DCFR: Could they change shipping law?

EJCCL

IX

2016

14-15
Sept

Bilbao

Bizkaia Aretoa

Maritime Liens, Mortgages and Forced Sale

Book

X

2018

20-21 Sept

Toruń, Poland

Toruń, Poland

Codification of Maritime Law (Challenges, Possibilities and Experience) – seminar web page

Book

XI

2020

Sept

Ghent, Belgium

 

Ports

 

 

 

Academic maritime law research centers in Europe

Please send your web site address of your maritime law research center to erik.rosag@jus.uio.no.

(There are, of course, also many distinguished researchers in locations where a formalized maritime

law research institute or center has not been set up.)

 

Aegean Institute

Aix-en-Provence

Antwerp

Athens

Bologna

Brest

Cagliari

Castellon

Gdansk

 

Genova

Ghent

Hamburg - Institute

Hamburg - Max Planck

Gothenburg

London

Malmo

Malta

Messina

 

Nantes

Nice

Oslo

Palermo

Rijeka

Rostock

Rotterdam

Rouen

Southampton

 

Stockholm

Swansea

Torun

Utrecht

Zagreb

Åbo