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This list relates to the date 2016-17 which ended on 31/07/2017
  1. Recommended Textbooks 1 item
    1. The course textbook, statute book, or materials book.

       J.F. Wilson, Carriage of Goods by Sea (7th edition, Pearson, 2010)

      Indira Carr, International Trade Law (5th ed, Routledge Cavendish, 2015), Simon Baughen, Shipping Law (6th ed, Routledge Cavendish, 2012); Bernard Eder et.al., Scrutton on Charterparties and Bills of Lading (22nd ed, Sweet & Maxwell, 2013); Carole Murray et.al, Schmitthoff: The Law and Practice of International Trade, (12th ed, Sweet and Maxwell, 2012); Lachmi Singh, Carriage of Goods By Sea, (Bloomsbury, 2011); William Tetley, Marine Cargo Claims (4th edition, Sweet & Maxwell, 2008).

       

       

      Martin Dockray Cases & Materials on the Carriage of Goods by Sea (3rd ed., Routledge-Cavendish, 2004)

      Set importance as Recommended for Purchase.

      J.F. Wilson, Carriage of Goods by Sea (7th edition, Pearson, 2010)

  2. Alternative Textbooks 1 item
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    1. Other textbooks, similar to the recommended textbook, which may be used as an alternative.

       

      Set importance as Background.

       

      Add a Library note to 'Purchase at ratio 1 copy per 50 students'.

  3. Background Reading 1 item
    1. Other key textbooks, research monographs or legal practitioner texts.

       

      Set importance as Background.

  4. Tutorials or Digitisations 2 items
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    1. The library can digitise extracts from print books and journals (1 chapter in a book, 1 article in a journal, or 5% of the total page numbers).  Digitisations are an effective way of giving students access to essential tutorial readings (if they are not readily available electronically).

       

      Set importance as Essential.

       

      Click on Request Digitisation, and complete simple online form.

    2. Tutorial # 1 item
      1. Add a 'section within a section' to give the reading list a clear structure. 

  5. Journals 1 item
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    1. Add a list of key journal titles in the field of study.

       

      Reference to articles largely from the following journals will be made:

      Lloyd's Maritime & Commercial Law Quarterly [on-line and hard-copies in the library]

      Journal of Business Law [on-line through Westlaw]

      Students will also be required to search the web and university library database to acquire articles from journals dedicated to this area of the law.

      To add, from Library website, use Journals A-Z to find journal title, click on Details tab, and click on 'add to readinglists@Leicester'.

  6. Blogs and Websites 2 items
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    1. Marine and Commercial channel i-Law

      Webpage  This subscription includes access to the following full-text law reports, journals and practitioner texts: Maritime and Commercial channel • Lloyd's Law Reports (Lloyd's Rep), 1919 to date • Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly (LMCLQ), 2000 to date • Shipping and Trade Law (STL), 2000 to date 50+ books including: • Bills of Lading • Commercial Shipping Handbook • Dictionary of Shipping Terms • Marine Insurance: Law and Practice • Maritime Fraud and Piracy • Modern Maritime Law • Ratification of Maritime Conventions

    2. BIMCO

      Website  Please see attached a link to the Baltic and International Marine Conference website. This will provide you will find examples of standard marine contracts and clauses (click on 'Documentary' tab).

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