GERMANY

 

MASTER OF LAWS (LL.M.) PROGRAMME IN INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW

 

DIETZ, Wolfgang (Class of 2006), Pantaenius GmbH, Grosser Grasbrook 10, 20457, Hamburg, Germany

Tel: (49) 4037 0912 23; Fax: (49) 4037 0911 09; Mob: (49) 1632 6633 44 or (49) 1792 9568 33

Emailwolfdietz [at] hotmail [dot] com or wdietz [at] pantaenius [dot] com

Dissertation: The Concept of the BIMCO 2002 Model Dispute Resolution Clause

Drafting Project: Law to Amend the German Commercial Code - 4. Maritime Law Amendment Act of 31 March 2006

 

KLOETTSCHEN, Daniel (Class of 2012), Lawyer, 10, Louis-Braille Street, 01099 Dresden, Germany

Tel: (49) 3513 3289 076; Mob: (49) 1796 7917 52

Email: daniel [dot] kloettschen [at] germany-incorporated [dot] de or danielkl [at] o2online [dot] de

Dissertation: Combating Piracy by Naval Forces or by Employment of Security Forces on Board Ships in the Gulf of Aden and Off the Coast of Somalia – State Authority vs. Contractual Hiring

Drafting Project: A Law to Incorporate the Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, 2009 into the Legal System of the Federal Republic of Germany

 

VITZTHUM, Simone Elisabeth (Class of 2006), Lawyer, c/o Skuld, P.O. Box 1376 Vika, 0114 Oslo, Norway

Tel: (47) 4095 2923 44

Emails [dot] vitzthum [at] email [dot] de

Dissertation: Does the Current Legislation Secure Sustainable Fisheries in the North Sea? The Conflict Between the Freedom of Fishing and the Decline of Fish Stocks Considering as Example the North Sea Cod Stock

Drafting Project: Implementation of the 2004 International Convention for the Control and Management of Ship's Ballast Water and Sediments, into the Legal System of the Federal Republic of Germany

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