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Maritime and Shipping Law Course for Legal and Industry Practitioners

The Singapore Academy of Law’s Specialist Accreditation Scheme confers recognition of a legal practitioner’s expertise and experience in a specialised area of law.

 

SAL offers a preparatory course for candidates required to sit for the examination prior to the specialist accreditation. The course is open to all legal and industry practitioners as well.

 

It is assumed that candidates and practitioners who register for the course have knowledge in Maritime and Shipping law expected of a 5-year PQE legal practitioner. Industry practitioners should have at least a degree or diploma in maritime or shipping studies or equivalent as this is not a basic course.

 

COURSE DATES

 

The course in Maritime and Shipping Law comprises 26 contact hours of classroom instruction, conducted over three weekends: Friday (full day) and Saturday (morning) half-day on 12, 19, 20, 26 and 27 July 2019. The schedule is tentatively as follows and may be subject to change:

 

12 July 2019

Module 1: Ship Sale and Purchase
Module 2: Ship Finance

 

19-20 July 2019

Module 3: Carriage of Goods by Sea
Module 4: Marine Insurance
Module 5: International Sale of Goods and Finance

 

26-27 July 2019

Module 6: Admiralty (Maritime) Law
Module 7: Admiralty Claims
Module 8: Charterparties
Module 9: Maritime Conflict of Laws

 

Most modules will be followed by tutorials.

 

Course participants will receive an electronic certificate of participation at the end of the course so long as they attend at least 80% of the course.

 

Candidates are advised to register for the course once their candidature is confirmed to avoid disappointment. Reservations are on a first-come-first-served basis. Reservations are confirmed only when candidates have registered and made payment for the course.

 

Course attendance is not compulsory. Candidates are free to self-study or attend other relevant courses to prepare for the examination.

 

Click here for the course brochure.

 

For all details pertaining to the Scheme, please refer to the Specialist Accreditation Scheme website.

CPD Points: 25.5

The course in Maritime and Shipping Law comprises 26 contact hours of classroom instruction, conducted over three weekends: Friday (full day) and Saturday (morning) half-day on 12, 19, 20, 26 and 27 July 2019.


Venues (tentative):
12 July Friday – School of Accountancy, SMU
19 July Friday – School of Accountancy, SMU
20 July Saturday – Singapore Academy of Law
26 July Friday – School of Economics, SMU
27 July Saturday – Singapore Academy of Law

PRICE (inclusive of GST)
$2,568.00

The Singapore Academy of Law’s Specialist Accreditation Scheme confers recognition of a legal practitioner’s expertise and experience in a specialised area of law.

 

SAL offers a preparatory course for candidates required to sit for the examination prior to the specialist accreditation. The course is open to all legal and industry practitioners as well.

 

It is assumed that candidates and practitioners who register for the course have knowledge in Maritime and Shipping law expected of a 5-year PQE legal practitioner. Industry practitioners should have at least a degree or diploma in maritime or shipping studies or equivalent as this is not a basic course.

 

COURSE DATES

 

The course in Maritime and Shipping Law comprises 26 contact hours of classroom instruction, conducted over three weekends: Friday (full day) and Saturday (morning) half-day on 12, 19, 20, 26 and 27 July 2019. The schedule is tentatively as follows and may be subject to change:

 

12 July 2019

Module 1: Ship Sale and Purchase
Module 2: Ship Finance

 

19-20 July 2019

Module 3: Carriage of Goods by Sea
Module 4: Marine Insurance
Module 5: International Sale of Goods and Finance

 

26-27 July 2019

Module 6: Admiralty (Maritime) Law
Module 7: Admiralty Claims
Module 8: Charterparties
Module 9: Maritime Conflict of Laws

 

Most modules will be followed by tutorials.

 

Course participants will receive an electronic certificate of participation at the end of the course so long as they attend at least 80% of the course.

 

Candidates are advised to register for the course once their candidature is confirmed to avoid disappointment. Reservations are on a first-come-first-served basis. Reservations are confirmed only when candidates have registered and made payment for the course.

 

Course attendance is not compulsory. Candidates are free to self-study or attend other relevant courses to prepare for the examination.

 

Click here for the course brochure.

 

For all details pertaining to the Scheme, please refer to the Specialist Accreditation Scheme website.

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