TUNISIA

 

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

 

ALAYET, Lamia (Class of 2008), Legal Advisor, Legal Department, Tunisian Ports and Merchant Marine Authority, Number 20, Avenue H. Bourguiba-Carthage, Byrsa, Tunis, Tunisia

E-mail: mialami [at] voila [dot] fr or l_alayet [at] yahoo [dot] com

Dissertation: The International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW), 1978 as amended: Requirements and Implementation in Tunisian Maritime Legislation

Drafting Project:  Incorporation of the Nairobi International Convention on the Removal of Wrecks, 2007 into the Tunisian Legislation

 

SBOUI, Nabila (Class of 1997), Director, Ministry of Transport, 24, Avenue de la Republique, Tunis, Tunisia

Tel: (216) 9853 9515; Fax: (216) 7190 6571

E-mail: nabila [dot] sboui [at] mt [dot] gov [dot] tn

Dissertation: Tunisian Laws Regulating Ports: A Proposal for Reform

Drafting Project: Hypotheques and Maritime Liens Law

 

 

MASTER OF HUMANITIES (M.HUM) PROGRAMME. IN INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LEGISLATION

 

BENMOHAMED, Rached (Class of 2019),Head of Maritime Navigation Safety Service, Merchant Marine and Ports Authority, 46, Rue D’Angel Rades, Plage 2040, Tunisia

Mob: (216) 9728 6098; (356) 9963 2339

Email: rached [dot] benmohamed [at] gmail [dot] com

Research Project: An Assessment of the Challenges in the Implementation of the Maritime Labour Convention 2006, as amended into the Laws of Tunisia

 

Drafting Project: A Law to Incorporate the International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships’ Ballast Water and Sediments, 2004 into the Laws of Tunisia and to Provide for the Effective Implementation Thereof

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