1st NLUO-Ganesh & Co. National Maritime Law Essay Writing Competition, 2019

The Centre for Maritime Law, NLUO in collaboration with Ganesh & Co, Mumbai and with Lawctopus as our Official Media Partner takes immense pleasure to announce the 1st NLUO – Ganesh & Co. National Maritime Law Essay Writing Competition, 2019. This competition bestows to act as a perfect opportunity for students to nurture their research and writing skills in the field of Maritime Law

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    Authored by Amit Chawla and Kartikey Bhalotia Introdution Disputes in International Maritime Arbitration can be categorized broadly in two types – Contractual (Sale or use of cargo or ship, carriage of goods etc.) and Non-Contractual (Maritime rescue or collisions etc.).[1]Though the issue of incorporation arises in contractual disputes, arbitration agreement … Read More
  • HISTORY AND BACKGROUND OF MARITIME LAW IN INDIA
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  • INTRODUCTION TO MARITIME LAW IN INDIA
    Authored by Vidhi Tiwari and Suman Setty When it comes to Maritime law, India has witnessed development through a glorious history and customs. The roots of Indian Maritime law are deeper in time for it established trade through sea-route with Asia and Middle East way before European claims of having … Read More
  • PANEL DISCUSSION ON MARITIME LAW
    The 6th NLUO – Bose & Mitra & Co. International Maritime Arbitration Moot Court Competition, 2019 (IMAM) was followed by the 1st Panel Discussion hosted by the Centre for Maritime Law, NLUO. The theme of the discussion was Emerging Regime of Maritime Law in India. The discussion was preceded with … Read More
  • 1ST NLUO – GANESH & CO. NATIONAL MARITIME LAW ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION, 2019
    The Centre for Maritime Law, NLUO in collaboration with Ganesh & Co, Mumbai takes immense pleasure to announce the 1st NLUO – Ganesh & Co. National Maritime Law Essay Writing Competition, 2019. This competition bestows to act as a perfect opportunity for students to nurture their research and writing skills … Read More
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