Julian Clark Global Senior Partner
ICLG Legal Guides 2021
We are delighted to share with you our contributions in the International Comparative Legal Guides (ICLG) 2021.
Julian Clark, Global Senior Partner and Contributing Editor for this year's guide, explains what the ICLG is, how it acts as such an important tool for the industry, and why we are so honoured to be featured in this year's edition:
The Ince team contributed to the following chapters:
- ICLG - Preface: Shipping Laws and Regulations
Julian Clark, Global Senior Partner
- ICLG - Gibraltar: Shipping Laws and Regulations
Anne Rose, Head of Shipping Gibraltar
- ICLG - Cyprus: Shipping Laws and Regulations
Marianna Lamari, Associate, Vasiliki Malta, Associate
- ICLG - Singapore (Incisive Law): Shipping Laws and Regulations
Boaz Chan, Director, Justin Seet, Senior Associate, Kannan Balakrishnan, Senior Associate, Thaddaeus Chan, Associate
- ICLG - United Kingdom: Shipping Laws and Regulations
Julian Clark, Global Senior Partner, Reema Shour, Professional Support Lawyer
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