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The Shipping Law Review

The Shipping Law Review aims to provide those involved in handling cross-border shipping disputes with an overview of the key legal issues arising across multiple jurisdictions, including leading maritime nations and major shipbuilding centres. Among other things, it analyses the most noteworthy aspects of available dispute resolution procedures; shipbuilding contracts, contracts of carriage and cargo claims; limitation of liability; ship arrest procedures; and much more.



  • Australia HFW
  • Brazil CAL - Costa, Albino & Lasalvia Advogados
  • Cayman Islands Maples Group
  • Chile Jorquiera & Rozas Abogados
  • China HFW
  • Colombia Franco & Abogados Asociados
  • Cyprus A Karitzis & Associates LLC
  • Denmark Gorrissen Federspiel
  • France HFW
  • Greece Ppt Legal and HFW
  • Hong Kong HFW
  • India Bose & Mitra & Co
  • Israel Harris & Co
  • Italy Studio Legale Mordiglia
  • Japan TMI Associates
  • Malta Gauci-Maistre Xynou (Legal | Assurance)
  • Mexico Adame Gonzalez De Castilla & Besil
  • New Zealand Hesketh Henry
  • Nigeria Bloomfield Law
  • Panama Morgan & Morgan
  • Paraguay Palacios Prono and Talavera Abogados
  • Philippines VeraLaw (Del Rosario Raboca Gonzales Grasparil)
  • Portugal Andrade Dias & Associados
  • Russia I.N. Law Office
  • Singapore HFW and Asia Legal llc
  • South Korea Bae, Kim & Lee LLC
  • Spain Mestre Abogados
  • Switzerland HFW
  • Ukraine Black Sea Law Company
  • United Arab Emirates HFW
  • United Kingdom - England & Wales HFW
  • Venezuela Sabatino Pizzolante Maritime & Commercial Attorneys