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6 | INTERNATIONAL MARITIME AND TRANSPORT LAW COURSE - TRANSPORT LAW DE LEGE FERENDA

Legal Aspects of Digitalization and Other Recent Developments in International Transport
Duration
06 Sep 2021 - 10 Sep 2021
Language
English
Status
REGULAR
Course directors:
Igor Vio, University of Rijeka, Croatia
Patrick Vlačič, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Zuzanna Pepłowska-Dąbrowska, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland
Iva Tuhtan Grgić, University of Rijeka, Croatia
Massimiliano Musi, University of Bologna, Italy
Petra Amižić Jelovčić, University of Split, Croatia
Course description:

The scope of the Course is to provide to the participants the analysis of the latest international and national regulations in the field of maritime and transport law, with prominent lecturers from various Croatian academic institutions (University of Zagreb, Adriatic Institute of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, University of Rijeka, University of Zadar and University of Split) as well as a number of cooperative higher education institutions from abroad (University of Bologna, University of Ljubljana, University of Genoa, Nicolaus Copernicus University - Torun, University of Teramo, Jaume I University - Castellon, Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University, University Carlos III – Madrid, University of London, University of Vigo and World Maritime University). The Course will enable young researchers from this area to gain new knowledge and to compare the legal regulations of different countries through classes of outstanding university professors and renowned maritime law experts, and also to participate in panel discussions in order to analyse potential solutions of the emerging international legal instruments and of proposed amendments of the relevant maritime conventions. Besides lectures, seminars and workshops, the Course structure requires an effective contribution of participants who will have an opportunity to represent and describe their own research projects related to their LLM or PhD studies before a circle of academic senior researchers and experienced professionals. The working language is English.

The Course attendance certificates signed by the Course directors will be issued by the Inter-University Centre to all participants. This year’s Course does not offer ECTS credits. However, the procedure of ECTS accreditation will be initiated during the fall semester, with the aim that the Course attendance certificate in the following academic year would be equivalent to 4 ECTS.

The expected number of participants is 25, whereas the total number of participants is limited to 50. The participants will have to pay a modest registration fee directly to the Inter-University Centre. For covering travel and accommodation expenses, interested participants are strongly advised to contact their home institutions as well as other foundations that finance participation in educational programmes. Course directors can provide potential participants with formal invitation letters if needed. Concerned participants may apply until 21 August 2021 using the online application form available at the IUC website. Please contact the Course coordinator Dr Igor Vio (ivio@pfri.hr) for any additional questions.

The Course is dedicated to participants enrolled in advanced degrees of legal studies (graduate and postgraduate students, as well as doctoral candidates and researchers, who will discuss their ongoing research), junior practitioners and law officials from international organizations, state administration, courts of law and public attorney offices, and to young professionals from shipping, transport, insurance and related industries.

Possible research output as contribution from the IMTL Course will be published in the Inter-University Centre Working Paper Series.

 

Course Lecturers:

1.   Petra Amižić Jelovčić, University of Split, Croatia
2.   Vincenzo Batistella, Alma Mater University of Bologna, Italy
3.   Božena Bulum, Adriatic Institute (HAZU), Zagreb, Croatia  
4.   Laura Carballo Pineiro, World Maritime University, Malmö, Sweden
5.   Ceren Cerit Dindar, Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University, Turkey
6.   Aref Fakhry, World Maritime University, Malmö, Sweden
7.   Shengnan Jia, University of London, The United Kingdom
8.   Axel Luttenberger, University of Rijeka, Croatia
9.   Giovanni Marchiafava, University of Genoa, Italy
10.  Mišo Mudrić, University of Zagreb, Croatia
11.  Massimiliano Musi, University of Teramo, Italy 
12.  Elena Orrù, Alma Mater University of Bologna, Italy
13.  Adriana Vincenca Padovan, Adriatic Institute (HAZU), Zagreb, Croatia
14.  Zuzanna Pepłowska-Dąbrowska, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland
15.  Marija Pijaca, University of Zadar, Croatia
16.   Achim Puetz, Jaume I - University, Castellon, Spain
17.   Juan Pablo Rodriguez Delgado, University Carlos III – Madrid, Spain
18.   Francisco Torres, University of Vigo, Spain 
19.   Iva Tuhtan Grgić, University of Rijeka, Croatia
20.   Igor Vio, University of Rijeka, Croatia  
21.   Patrick Vlačič, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Course lecturers:
Maja Radunović, Commercial Court of Montenegro, Montenegro
Albano Gilabert Gascón, Jaume I University, Spain
Ms Pia Rebelo, City Law School, City University of London, United Kingdom
Achim Puetz, Jaume I University, Spain
Marija Pijaca, University of Zadar, Croatia
Axel Luttenberger, University of Rijeka, Croatia
Zoran Tasić, Dedicato Consulting, Croatia
Iva Tuhtan Grgić, University of Rijeka, Croatia
Juan Pablo Rodriguez Delgado, University Carlos III, Madrid, Spain
Petra Amižić Jelovčić, University of Split, Croatia
Adriana Vincenca Padovan, Adriatic Institute (HAZU), Croatia
Zuzanna Pepłowska-Dąbrowska, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland
Marija Pospišil, Standard Club, Hong Kong
Giovanni Marchiafava, University of Genoa, Italy
Vesna Polić Fognar, gbf Attorneys-at-law Ltd, Switzerland
Mišo Mudrić, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Ann Fenech, Fenech & Fenech Advocates, Valetta, Malta
Massimiliano Musi, University of Bologna, Italy
Elena Orrù, University of Bologna, Italy
Aref Fakhry, World Maritime University, Malmö, Sweden
Laura Carballo Pineiro, World Maritime University, Malmö, Sweden
Petar Kragić, Croatian Maritime Law Association, Croatia
Diana Jerolimov, Croatian Maritime Law Association, Croatia
Dr Shengnan Jia, Tahota Law Firm, China, China
Patrick Vlačič, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Francisco Torres, University of Vigo, Spain
Julia Constantino Chagas Lessa, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands
Maja Markovčić Kostelac, European Maritime Safety Agency, Portugal
Božena Bulum, Adriatic Institute (HAZU), Croatia
Vinzenzo Battistella, University of Bologna, Italy
Attached documents
International Maritime and Transport Law Course Information (2021).pdf
International Maritime and Transport Law Course (2021) - Programme.pdf