The Centre for Maritime Law, NLUO and Ganesh & Co., Mumbai are pleased to announce the results of the 1st NLUO-Ganesh & Co. National Maritime Law Essay Writing Competition, 2019. We sincerely thank all the participants for their stupendous efforts in submitting the essays.
Following are the results of the competition:
|Position||Title of the Essay||Author(s)||Author’s University|
|Winner||Is Ship-breaking along Indian Coasts Really Green? A Comparative Analysis of Indian Domestic Laws in light of International Law||Ananya Sharma||Army Institute of Law, Mohali|
|1st Runner-up||Refugees at Sea: New Dimensions to Maritime Search & Rescue||Disha Verma||Symbiosis Law School, Pune|
|2nd Runner-up||South China Sea: China’s Inroad to Global Diplomacy||Debby Jain||Law Centre-1, Faculty of Law, Delhi University|
Additionally, the following essays have been selected for publication:
|Title of the Essay||Author(s)||Author’s University|
|Deep Sea Mining: A Benefit to the Mankind or Commercialisation of Common Heritage of Mankind||Swetha Sethubaskaran||School Of Excellence in Law|
|Pre-eminence of Preferred Seats in Maritime Arbitration – A Critical Review of Relevant Factors and Global Trends||Aditya Sethi||School of Law, Christ|
|Piracy and Prosecution Challenges||Vivek Pandey,Geetika Vyas||Symbiosis Law School, Noida|
|Blockchain Bill of Lading: The Way Forward||Devika Radha,Neel Vasant||Symbiosis Law School, Pune|
|Effect of Climate on Maritime Zones||Ashish Singh||National Law University Odisha|
|The Role of Arbitration in International Maritime Disputes||Ram Kumar||Chanakya National Law University, Patna|
|Piracy and Marine Terrorism: An Indian Perspective||Rishank Tiwari||National Law University Odisha|
We congratulate the winners and wish them all the success for their future endeavours.
Here is the link to the official office order.