2nd Maritime Law Conference

As is our usual practice, the second annual maritime conference was held on October 11 and 12. Aptly tagged Currents of Change: Meeting Challenges, the conference sought to highlight the current and imminent changes in the maritime industry. One of the highlights of the conference was the session on the significance of the One Belt, One Road, a bold initiative of China which is set to change the face of maritime transport infrastructure across the world. Like One Belt, One Road, a lot of other significant changes are expected to occur in the maritime industry in the not too distant future, so the conference dwelled extensively on a number of important areas that we need to be abreast of.

Remember the maxim that change is the only constant thing, so we have been able to prepare the minds of maritime practitioners on how to adapt to and find opportunities in whatever changes may occur in the future. To say the least, the sessions we had were mind-blowing. A lot of participants were grateful that they could make out time to attend. Even weeks after the conference, we still get feedback on how awesome and impactful the conference was. If you were not in attendance, the truth is you have missed out on something of value. As expected, a number of important dignitaries lighted up the event.

Some of these included Malaysia’s Attorney General Y A Bhg Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Haji Mohamed Apandi Ali, judges from the supreme court of Singapore and the Federal Court of Malaysia, high profile lawyers and a lot of other very important persons. After the success of this edition, we look forward to the third edition in 2018. Maritime Malaysia needs to be ahead and abreast locally and internationally, we’re doing our bit by empowering the practitioners, ensure you play your part too. We would once again love to extend our heartfelt gratitude to the special guests, speakers, and participants. We look forward to more fruitful future relationship.

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