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Anthony Rogers

Greek LLM Programme Director

The City Law School, Academic Programmes

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City, University of London
Northampton Square
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EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Background

Anthony joined The City Law School in 2006 after lecturing for many years at Cardiff University and as a visiting lecturer at Bristol, Durham, Glamorgan and West of England universities.

Anthony is the Course Director of the LLM in Maritime Law - an innovative scheme of study whereby City Law School LLM modules are offered in Piraeus, Greece. He also teaches commercial law at both LLB and LLM level.

Before embarking on his academic career Anthony worked as an in-house legal advisor for several companies including those with: ship owning, ship broking and bunker trading interests and companies providing small ticket asset finance.

In addition to his work at the School, Anthony is an approved expert for the United States Aid Agency and is the Director of the Barcelona International Summer School in Maritime Law.

Research Students

Name
Faizah Nazri
Thesis Title
Shipper Liability for Cargo
Name
Julia Lessa
Thesis Title
The Trade Unions role on the protection of Seafarers rights
Name
Carlo Corcione
Thesis Title
The Trade Unions role on the protection of Seafarers rights

Publications

Book (1)

  1. Rogers, A., Chuah, J. and Dockray, M. (2016). Cases and materials on the carriage of goods by sea: Fourth Edition. ISBN 978-1-317-61009-0.

Journal Article (1)

  1. Rogers, A. Things Fall Apart: Brexit and Choice of Law and Jurisdiction Clauses. The Journal for International Trade and Transport Law .

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