Maritime Boundary Delimitation
Professional Training Workshop, 26-28 September 2012
Centre for International Law, National University of Singapore
Clearly defined maritime boundaries are essential for good international relations and effective ocean management, yet few coastal states have agreed all their maritime boundaries with their neighbours. Part of the reason for this is that boundary delimitation requires a range of specialist legal and technical skills which are not always readily available to governments.
Combining lectures, discussions and practical exercises, IBRU's most popular workshop helps participants develop the skills needed to achieve an equitable division of maritime space and clearly defined maritime boundaries.
Update 14 September: This workshop is now fully-booked and we regret that no further places can be made available.
Professor Robert Beckman, Centre for International Law, NUS
Mr John Brown, UK Hydrographic Office
Mr Rodman Bundy, Eversheds LLP
Ms Tara Davenport, Centre for International Law, NUS
Professor Martin Pratt, International Boundaries Research Unit
Professor Clive Schofield, University of Wollongong
The cost of the workshop will be £1,450 per participant.
We regret that payment can only be accepted in £ sterling. However, we are able to accept payment by major credit and debit cards. Full payment must be received prior to the workshop to guarantee the booking.
In addition to tuition and all course materials, the fee covers the following:
- Evening dinner on Thursday 27 September.
- Lunch and refreshment breaks on 26-28 September.
Accommodation is not included in the workshop fee
IBRU and CIL have negotiated a special workshop rate participants to stay at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel in Singapore.
The bed and breakfast rate od SGD285 per room is available until 24 August 2012. After this date the cheapest available rate will be offered by the hotel. If you woud like to take advantage of this offer, please request a hotel booking form from IBRU.
Transport will be provided from the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel every morning and evening to take participants to and from the workshop venue.
The deadline for payment of all places on the workshop is 5 September 2012.
Workshop accommodation and teaching will be based at Centre for International Law at the National University of Singapore.
Teaching and workshop materials will be in English. We regret that we are unable to provide translation or interpretation services.
Cancellations must be received in writing not later than Wednesday 5 September 2012, and will be subject to a £50 cancellation fee unless a substitute participant is offered. After this date the full registration fee will apply. Substitutions for registered participants may be made at any time, but we would appreciate prior notification.
IBRU reserves the right to modify the programme as necessary, without notice to participants.