About Maritime Sources.org—Your Online Guide to Maritime Law

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Over the course of the next few months, the content of this site will expand rapidly.

Among the topics we aim to cover, are the governance structures of EU maritime law, inland waterway transport, rules applying to seafarers, trade regulations, security issues, port regulations and competion law.

Launched by the Norwegian Maritime Law Association in a close cooperation with attorney Jens Karsten of bxl-law in Brussels, Maritime Sources.org aim to create an online guide to all textbook items of today’s maritime law, with a focus on the EU’s contribution to maritime law. Read more here »

The content of the site will be expanded over the coming months. We also provide regular news updates on the development of Maritime Law in the EU.

The site is edited by Professor Erik Røsæg, University of Oslo and Mr. Jens Karsten of bxl-law in Brussels.

Siim Kallas

"The online guide 'MaritimeSources.org' is a very useful tool that provides easy access and a very good overview of the important, but ever changing, maritime legal world. This comprehensive website will contribute to help maritime stakeholders, in particular from the European Economic Area of the EU, Norway and Iceland, to develop a better understanding for EU specific maritime topics and legal rules."

—Siim Kallas

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