UK Club Lectures at IMLI
On 15th and 16th February 2010, John McPhail gave a series of lectures and case studies on a number of P&I and insurance matters to 35 students of the 22nd LLM Course at the IMO International Maritime Law Institute in Malta. The students have come from various countries worldwide to attend in this intensive nine month course on Maritime Law. There were also other local participants attending the series of lectures on insurance.
The Institute was founded by the International Maritime Organisation in 1989. Since its inception, 517 students from 115 States, territories and land areas from both the developing and developed world have completed studies in the Institute's programmes and courses.
For further information see the IMLI websitewww.imli.org
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