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  • The Maritime Law Association of South Africa was established in February 1974 as a result of concern among maritime lawyers and the shipping industry that legislation in South Africa regulating maritime affairs did not appear to be keeping pace with developments elsewhere in the world.



MLA 2018 *UPDATED CONFERENCE AGENDA


MLA 2018 updated Conference Agenda



ED HICKS HILL DICKINSON SCHOLARS – MLASA 2018 ANNUAL CONFERENCE


Hill Dickinson, a major international law firm with one of the largest maritime practices in the field, has set up a memorial fund in honour of the late Ed Hicks. The fund has generously sponsored a number of students studying towards their LLM in shipping at the University of Cape Town to attend the MLASA 2018 […]



2018 MLA CONFERENCE- PROVISIONAL AGENDA


Draft MLA 2018 Conference Agenda



INVITATION TO 2018 MLA CONFERENCE @ LE FRANSCHHOEK HOTEL & SPA (31 Aug – 2 Sept 2018)


              



DURBAN CHAPTER HOSTED HARBOUR CRUISE ON 4 MAY 2018


Professor Jones conducted the tour, highlighting landmarks and interesting facts about the port’s history and operations. We were also very pleased to host a number of LLM students from UKZN and pupils from the KZN Bar.         



*SAVE THE DATE* – MLA CONFERENCE @ LE FRANSCHHOEK HOTEL & SPA (31 Aug – 2 Sept 2018)




MLASA ANNUAL CONFERENCE & AGM (1-3 SEPTEMBER 2017) – PAPERS PRESENTED


Another successful MLASA conference was held at Selborne Golf Estate Kwa-Zulu Natal from the 1 – 3 September 2017. A full report back together with photos will be posted to this page shortly. In the interim below are links to some of the excellent presentations made at the conference: Changing the Economics of Salvage – […]



MLA INVITATION TO SELBORNE KWAZULU-NATAL (1-3 SEPTEMBER 2017)


Please find invitation to this year’s Maritime Law Association Conference which is being held at the Selborne Golf Estate, KwaZulu-Natal from 1 – 3 September 2017. Book now to avoid disappointment!   



*SAVE THE DATE* ~ MLA CONFERENCE @ SELBORNE GOLF ESTATE (1-3 SEPTEMBER 2017)




REPORT ON MLASA ANNUAL CONFERENCE AND AGM – ARABELLA HOTEL (23-25 SEPTEMBER 2016)


Without argument we can claim that the 2016 MLASA CONFERENCE & AGM hosted by the Cape Chapter was one of our most successful conferences particularly from a participation perspective. The conference kicked off with our keynote speaker on Friday evening none other than Mr Sobantu Tilayi, the acting CEO of the South African Maritime Safety […]