Results & Publication

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: 

PositionTitle of the EssayAuthor(s)Author’s University
WinnerIs Ship-breaking along Indian Coasts Really Green? A Comparative Analysis of Indian Domestic Laws in light of International LawAnanya SharmaArmy Institute of Law, Mohali
1st Runner-upRefugees at Sea: New Dimensions to Maritime Search & RescueDisha VermaSymbiosis Law School, Pune
2nd Runner-upSouth China Sea: China’s Inroad to Global DiplomacyDebby JainLaw Centre-1, Faculty of Law, Delhi University

Additionally, the following essays have been selected for publication:

Title of the EssayAuthor(s)Author’s University
Deep Sea Mining: A Benefit to the Mankind or Commercialisation of Common Heritage of MankindSwetha SethubaskaranSchool Of Excellence in Law
Pre-eminence of Preferred Seats in Maritime Arbitration – A Critical Review of Relevant Factors and Global TrendsAditya SethiSchool of Law, Christ
Piracy and Prosecution ChallengesVivek Pandey,Geetika VyasSymbiosis Law School, Noida
Blockchain Bill of Lading: The Way ForwardDevika Radha,Neel VasantSymbiosis Law School, Pune
Effect of Climate on Maritime ZonesAshish SinghNational Law University Odisha
The Role of Arbitration in International Maritime DisputesRam KumarChanakya National Law University, Patna
Piracy and Marine Terrorism: An Indian PerspectiveRishank TiwariNational 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