Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly is a dedicated quarterly journal covering maritime and commercial issues, and is essential reading for legal professionals and academics. Reporting since 1974, and edited by Professor F D Rose, it ensures you know what’s happening in your industry, and will help you to minimise the risk of costly lawsuits, fines and judgments.
This information resource is the perfect research tool, providing you with in-depth and incisive analysis of the key developments affecting commercial law across the globe.
The editors are assisted by a distinguished advisory board and team of international correspondents based in 27 countries. Their expertise provides comprehensive case commentary and articles, which ensures you have instant access to the information you need in a single source.
Available in print and online, Lloyd’s Maritime & Commercial Law Quarterly provides maritime and commercial expertise with an online archive via i-law.com dating back to 1999.
“I believe LMCLQ is a must for every shipping legal library and a necessary tool to every shipping lawyer dealing with international shipping law.”
Andreas Bagias, Attorney at Law, Greece
“For a foreign lawyer, it is the best review of English law on rules on damages; and a valuable tool in developments on international trade.”
Inigo Quintana, Guatrecasas Goncalves Pereira, Spain
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