A research group was established in January 2012 at the Faculty of Law by researchers interested in law of contracts in an international perspective. Articles from the kick-off seminar of the research group are now published in MarIus.
This issue of MarIus contains a wide selection of papers by extinguished European maritime law scholars who gave presentations during the 7th European Colloquium on Maritime Law Research (ECMLR) which took place in Palermo 27-28 September 2012.
In SIMPLY - the Scandinavian Institute's Maritime and Petroleum law yearbook – the Institute presents some examples of research of its members and friends in English.
Nordic countries, pointing out that implementation is likely to require a number of amendments to existing national statutory requirements, a thorough review and revision of existing national agreements, and it should be carefully scrutinized under EU Law.
This article examines and analyses legal issues that arise in the event of an acute maritime oil pollution incident. The focus is on reimbursement claims set forth by the State pursuant to a governmental intervention, and its interrelation with the applicable regulations in the Maritime Code and the Pollution Act.
This issue aims to address the most recent developments and challenges in EU renewable energy law notably the question of the place, scope and way in which renewable energies could be promoted.
This issue contains two theses selected among those written by our LLM students who graduated in the autumn 2014: Jolanta Zabityte and Kyle Ritter.
The idea of this issue of MarIus originates from an interdisciplinary seminar with participants from both law and logistics. The purpose was to examine the European Common Transport Policy on Sustainable Carriage of Goods from an academic point of view.
The Scandinavian Institute's Maritime and Petroleum Law Yearbook 2011
The Scandinavian Institute's Maritime and Petroleum Law Yearbook 2012.