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Recent publications by Centre Members include:

Books

Book Chapters

Journal Articles

Keynotes, Unpublished Conference Papers and Seminar Presentations

  • “Overview of Electronic Bill of Lading – Advantages & Challenges”, in Seminar on ‘Electronisation of Transferable Documents or Instruments Used in International Trade’, UN Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), Attorney-General’s Chambers of Singapore, Association of Banks in Singapore, Singapore 10-11 March 2016.

Books

Book Chapters

Journal Articles

  • N Gaskell, 'Australian Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Charterparty Arbitration Clauses' [2014] Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly 174-182
  • Gaskell, N.J.J  “Australian Merchant Shipping and Maritime Powers Laws”, [2014] Il Diritto Marittimo 310-336
  • C Forrest, 'South Africa' (2015) International Maritime and Commercial Law Yearbook 183 - 194
  • N Gaskell, Developments in Australian Maritime Law 2013-2014’ (2015) Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce, 46 3: 311 - 351

Keynotes, Unpublished Conference Papers and Seminar Presentations

  • “Express and implied indemnities in time charterparties”, in Global Shipping Law Forum on Indemnities And Guarantees In Maritime Law, 6-8 December 2015, National University of Singapore
  • ‘Good Faith in Carriage Contracts - a Comparative Perspective’, in Rethinking commercial law –Recent Developments and Reform Proposals” (Institute of Maritime Law, Southampton University), Norton Rose Fulbright, London 19th June 2015.
  • ‘The Electronic Bill of Lading’, Faculty of Law, University of Bologna, 15 June 2015.
  • “The IMO Pollution Liability Conventions”, in the “Expanded Asean Maritime Forum (EAMF EAST) Trans-Boundary Maritime Environmental Pollution Workshop” MASLU, DFAT and Australian Maritime Safety Authority (20 – 22 May 2015, Brisbane).
  • “Maritime Powers and Refugees – Where Next?”, MASLU Seminar, 25 February 2015

 

Books

Book Chapters

  • S Derrington, 'Admiralty and Maritime Jurisdiction in the United States: Same Same but Different...' in Nye Perram (ed), International Commercial Law and Arbitration: Perspectives (Ross Parsons Centre for Commercial, Corporate and Taxation Law, University of Sydney, Australia 2014) 159-175

Journal Articles

  • C Forrest, 'South Africa' (2014) Yearbook Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly 187-199

Published Conference Papers

  • C Forrest, 'Why Australia Should Ratify the Convention', Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology Conference, Canberra 3 October 2013 (Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, Fremantle, Western 2014) 14-17

Keynotes, Unpublished Conference Papers and Seminar Presentations

  • C Forrest, 'Towards the Recognition of Maritime War Graves in International Law', SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE AND COMMEMORATIVE EVENT ON THE UNDERWATER CULTURAL HERITAGE FROM WORLD WAR I, Bruge, Belguim (2014)
  • N Gaskell, 'Wreck Law- International Perspectives', Protection of Marine Environment: Minimizing Marine Pollution from Laid-up Ships, Wrecks and Abandoned or Disused Offshore, International Affairs Division of the Attorney General's Chambers of Malaysia (2014)
  • “Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims”, at Maritime 2014 - Ship to Shore, Australian Maritime Safety Authority, Melbourne 10-12 November 2014.

Case Notes

  • V Cogliati-Bantz, 'Introductory Note to The M/V Virginia G Case (Panama/Guinea Bissau): Judgment of April 14, 2014 (International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea)' (2014) 53 International Legal Materials forthcoming

Book Chapters

  • N Gaskell, 'Compensation for Offshore Pollution: Ships and Platforms' in Malcolm Clarke (ed), Maritime Law Evolving (Hart, Oxford UK 2013) 63-93

Journal Articles

Keynotes, Unpublished Conference Papers and Seminar Presentations

  • C Forrest, 'The Legal Impact, Potentials and Importance of the 2001 Convention for Australia', Australian Institute for Maritime Archaeology Conference, Research School of Humanities and the Arts, ANU, Canberra (2013)
  • C Forrest, 'The Need for Australia to Ratify the 2001 Convention', UCH Workshop, ANU, Research School of Humanities and the Arts, Canberra (2013)
  • C Forrest, 'New Challenges in the Law of the Sea', Invited Presentation, Division of Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea, United Nations, New York, USA (2013)
  • N Gaskell, 'Salvage, Towage, Intervention and Wreck: Conventions and Contracts', Marine Casualty Workshop, Australian Maritime Safety Authority, Sydney (2013)
  • N Gaskell, 'The Hako Endeavour 2013: Crewing Contracts, Demise Charters and Admiralty Jurisdiction', The Changing Face of Shipping, Maritime Law Association of Australia and New Zealand, Hunter Valley, New South Wales (2013)
  • N Gaskell, 'Limitations of the Liability Regime', International Oil Spill Conference for the Asia-Pacific Region - Spillcon 2013, Cairns, Queensland (2013)

Book Reviews

  • N Gaskell, 'Review of Sturley, M, Fujita, T, Van Der Ziel, J, The Rotterdam Rules (2013)' (2013) 27 Australian & New Zealand Maritime Law Journal 42-26

Book Chapters

  • V Cogliati-Bantz and others, 'Marine Oil and Gas Pollution Spills in Australian Waters' in Chircop, Aldo; Letalik, Norman; McDorman,Ted L.; Rolston, Susan (eds), The Regulation of International Shipping: International and Comparative Perspectives. Essays in Honor of Edgar Gold (Martinus Nijhoff, Leiden/Boston 2012) 371-400

Journal Articles

  • V Cogliati-Bantz, 'My Platform, My State: the Principality of Sealand in International Law' (2012) 18 (3) Journal of International Maritime Law 227-250
  • C Forrest, 'South African Maritime Law' [2012] International Maritime and Commercial Law Yearbook 185-95

Published Conference Papers

Keynotes, Unpublished Conference Papers and Seminar Presentations

  • C Forrest, 'Jurisdiction Clauses in International Contracts and in Contracts for the Transportation of Goods: Issues All at Sea', Law Evenings: UNISA Research Seminar Series, University of South Australia, Adelaide (2012)
  • C Forrest, 'The Legal Framework and Practical Issues of the 2001 Convention in the Asian Context', UNESCO Asia-Pacific Regional Meeting on the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage, Koh Hong Cambodia (2012)
  • C Forrest, 'Legal Pluralism in the Pacific: Solomon Island's World War II Heritage', Critical Approaches to Museums and Heritage, University of Queensland (2012)
  • C Forrest, ''The Nairobi Wreck Removal Convention', Hong Kong Centre for Maritime and Transportation Law and Hong Kong Law Society Seminar, Hong Kong (2012)

Book Reviews

  • C Forrest, 'The Oxford Handbook of Maritime Archaeology' (2012) 4 (2) Australian Journal of Maritime and Ocean Affairs 69-71