The IISTL exists as a specialist research and professional training centre within the College of Law and Criminology at Swansea University, promoting research and teaching of the highest standard in international shipping and trade law, while also fostering co-operation with other academic institutions and professional, commercial, shipping, insurance and business organisations.

This blog is intended to act as an outlet for IISTL researchers, who might wish to express their views and interests on important or trending international commercial maritime legal issues. The views and opinions expressed here are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Swansea University.

Further news of IISTL events and publications can be found on our website: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/law/istl/

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  1. Hazelwood

    Thank you ladies and gentlemen for making such a valuable source of information available publicly! The Institute members seem to be very active in various aspects of maritime and commercial law!

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  2. Mark Boden

    I remember Professor Tettenborn from Exeter University – and it’s good to see his passion in these laws have not diminished. A great writer, orator, and blogger! Great blog site. Thank you Swansea University.

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  3. T. Brown

    Just wanted to congratulate you for this excellent blog! The IISTL is probably the largest academic entity in the UK working on various aspects of shipping and trade law. It is so refreshing to see an institution that takes this area of law seriously. I follow your updates regularly! Keep up the good work!
    T Brown


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