We are proud of our Lloyd’s Shipping Law Library, and rightly so; our collection has the leading titles written by the heavyweight practitioners of the shipping world. Shipping lawyers worldwide will find the information that they need at their fingertips within this library.
This diverse and truly international portfolio covers both wet and dry shipping; for example, we have titles on marine insurance, admiralty jurisdiction, shipbuilding, tug and tow, general average, arrest of ships, and laytime and demurrage. Our key titles include Voyage Charters and Time Charters.
Laytime and Demurrage
Bills of Lading
Miller's Marine War Risks
The Law of Shipbuilding Contracts
EU Shipping Law
Ship Registration: Law and Practice
Admiralty Jurisdiction and Practice
The Law of Tug and Tow and Offshore Contracts
General Average Law and Practice
London Maritime Arbitration
By John Schofield
September 14, 2021
Laytime and Demurrage is the leading authority for all queries pertaining to this vital aspect of maritime law. It has continued to offer reliable, authoritative, and in-depth analysis since the first edition published in 1986. Praised for its unrivalled coverage and lucid writing style, this ...
By Sir Richard Aikens, Richard Lord QC, Michael Bools QC, Michael Bolding, Kian Sing Toh SC
March 04, 2021
Bills of lading form an essential part of the carriage of goods by sea and international trade. Their multi-functional nature, together with the large volume of case law and regulation, make the law in this field as complex as it is commercially vital. This bestselling book, now in its third ...
By Michael Davey, Oliver Caplin, James Davey
August 11, 2020
Miller's Marine War Risks is the only book devoted to drawing together and analysing the insurance of commercial shipping against war risks. It merges analysis of the legal principles, case law, and legislation with the practice of the insurance market in order to provide commentary on difficult ...
By Simon Curtis, Ian Gaunt, William Cecil
August 11, 2020
The Law of Shipbuilding Contracts examines the principles of English contract law as these apply to shipbuilding. The leading text on shipbuilding and marine construction, widely used by the global maritime community, this new edition is updated to account for the "long tail" effects of the global ...
By Vincent Power
March 01, 2019
A previous winner of the Comité Maritime International’s Albert Lilar Prize for the best shipping law book worldwide, EU Shipping Law is the foremost reference work for professionals in this area. This third edition has been completely revised to include developments in the competition/antitrust ...
By Edward Watt, Richard Coles
October 04, 2018
Ship Registration Law and Practice is fully updated and now entering its third edition. Part of Lloyd’s Shipping Law Library, it is the most authoritative guide to the theory and practice of ship registration in the most popular jurisdictions. It contains the reference material needed to submit a ...
By Nigel Meeson, John Kimbell
February 01, 2018
Admiralty Jurisdiction and Practice is the definitive work on litigation in the Admiralty Court. It provides unrivalled commentary and analysis of the key principles of admiralty law, from jurisdiction and procedure to forms and precedents, and is firmly established as the leading reference guide ...
By Simon Rainey
February 01, 2018
Fully updated and revised to take into account the new BIMCO Supplytime 2017 contract with a detailed analysis of the changes since the Supplytime 2005 form and including a new analysis, for the first time, of the BIMCO Bargehire form, this is the only modern work on the law of towage and offshore ...
By Francis Rose
January 08, 2018
An account of the underlying law and the practical rules which govern the adjustment of rights and liabilities between parties to a maritime adventure when extraordinary measures have been incurred for the benefit of the common adventure. The third edition incorporates international case law ...
By N. Geoffrey Hudson, Michael Harvey
November 14, 2017
Written from the perspective of the Average Adjuster, and updated to include a detailed analysis of the new rules adopted in 2016, this book is an essential read for practitioners in maritime law and marine insurance. The book contains: historical references regarding the establishment of ...
By Andrew Messent, David Glass
September 26, 2017
Now in its fourth edition, this hallmark text provides a comprehensive, article-by-article guide to the workings of the CMR Convention, as incorporated into English Law by the Carriage of Goods by Road Act 1965. This new edition is fully up to date with all major UK case law, plus major ...
By Clare Ambrose, Karen Maxwell, Michael Collett
September 21, 2017
Now in its fourth edition, this book provides detailed and practical guidance on how London Maritime Arbitration works in practice, against the background of English arbitration law and the Arbitration Act 1996. This unique title is the only book on the market that offers a practical focus on ...