MLAANZ is a not-for-profit association, comprising over 500 members from Australia, New Zealand and several other countries. Its members include representatives of major exporters, shipping companies, port operators, ship, cargo and liability insurers, lawyers, judges, academics and government and defence agencies. The Association's objectives include: supporting and advancing reforms in maritime law and its administration, facilitating the unification and harmonization of maritime and commercial law internationally, and of maritime customs, usages and practices, facilitating justice in the maritime sector, and furnishing a forum for the discussion and consideration of issues affecting participants in the maritime sector. For more information, please go to About.
MLAANZ Victoria Branch – Maritime Law Seminar
Ship Collisions: Investigations and Apportionment of Liability
Melbourne, 26 February
yCMI Essay Prize 2024
Deadline for submissions – 31 March
NZ Branch Conference
Parliament’s Historic Legislative Council Chambers – Wellington 11-12 April 2024
E-mail NZ Branch secretary Richard Belcher for further information
CALL FOR JOURNAL SUBMISSIONS
Submissions are invited to Volume 38 of the Australian and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal, which will be published in two issues in 2024. The submission deadlines for the two issues are respectively 31 May and 31 October. For further information, please read here.
Nick Gaskell's 2022 Dethridge Address, "LLMC 1996: Living with Limitation of Liability", is published in the Australian and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal
NEW MLAANZ FEDERAL PRESIDENT ELECTED and OTHER board updates – SEPTEMBER 2023