Quadrant Chambers is delighted to be supporting London International Shipping Week for the third year. We will once again be holding our series of three LISW legal breakfast forums. For further details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.READ MORE
Expert barristers from 4 Pump Court will invite panel members to discuss some of the most current issues facing the legal sector of the shipping industry to date. Panel members will include specialists from all corners of the shipping sector, including lawyers, arbitrators, P&I claims handlers and other industry professionals.READ MORE
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The Sea to City project from Nautilus International and Maritime London is a networking and mentoring scheme aiming to encourage seafarers looking to move ashore to consider maritime services positions. The maritime professional services sector has a constant requirement for seafaring skills in order to remain effective. However, many seafarers are unaware of the career choices that exist ashore and how to access them. The Sea to City Networking Scheme event will provide a platform for maritime services professionals and…READ MORE
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The traditional Maritime Skills Alliance reception on the Monday evening, this year with the Maritime Skills Commission joining us.READ MORE
Quadrant Chambers is delighted to be supporting LISW21 for the third year. We will once again be holding our series of three LISW legal breakfast forums. For further details, contact email@example.com.READ MORE
This conference, organised by Maritime London in partnership with the International Group of P&I Clubs (IGP&I), International Underwriting Association (IUA), London & International Insurance Brokers Association (LIIBA) and Lloyd’s Market Association (LMA), will bring together the London marine insurance and global shipping communities to examine how insurers are providing solutions to the key issues facing the maritime sector. The global shipping industry is witnessing a raft of regulatory issues at international, regional and commercial levels, an onerous sanctions landscape and the…READ MORE
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