The Role of the International Conventions in Protecting the Marine Environment from ships
Dr. Talal Al Adwani
Assistant Professor – Commercial Law – Kuwait International Law School – Kuwait
CV / Resume
Name: Dr. Talal Al Adwani
Tel: (965) 69696946
Education and Qualifications:
- PhD in Commercial and Maritime Law – Plymouth University co-supervised by Cambridge University.
- Master of Law in International Commercial and Maritime Law (LLM) – University of Swansea-UK.
- Bachelor’s degree in Marine Operations and the law- legal sector – Northumbria University-UK.
- Active member of the Arab expert Union.
- Lecturer at Kuwait university (visiting lecturer) and at Kuwait International Law School (2015-present).
- IMO (International Maritime Origination) for the U.N. Maritime Ambassador (2016-present)
- Expert and consultant for IMO (International Maritime Origination) for the U.N. (2016-present)
A number of articles, including:
- A comparative study of the obligation of due diligence to provide a seaworthy vessel under the Hague/Hague-Visby Rules and the Rotterdam Rules. (Giuffre, 2017)
- ‘The obligation of the charterer’s to direct the Vessel to safe ports’, (VDM, 2011).
- IMO Conventions as Incorporated under Kuwaiti Maritime Law, due to be published in Arab Law Quarterly ALQ, 2019.
- Marine Cargo Claims under the Kuwait Law 2018
- Presented a paper in OPV Conference- on Maritime Security of the GCC States- October 2017
- Arabic, English.