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London Maritime Arbitrators Association

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London Maritime Arbitrators Association
AbbreviationLMAA
Formation12 February 1960
PurposeArbitration of maritime disputes
Location
Region served
Global
David Steward[1]
Websitehttp://www.lmaa.london/

The London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA) is an association of practising maritime and trade arbitrators with headquarters in London, UK.

Past presidents

  • Malcolm T. Browne (1960–63)
  • A.S. Bunker (1963–67)
  • R.A.H. Clyde (1967–70)
  • J. Chesterman (1970–73)
  • Clifford A.L. Clark, M.C. (1973 - 75 & 1980 - 83)
  • Cedric Barclay (1975–77)
  • Ralph E. Kingsley (1977–78)
  • Reginald O. Bishop (1978–79)
  • Albert E. Morris, M.B.E. (1979–80)
  • The Hon. Michael B. Summerskill (1983–85)
  • Gerald Geddes (1985–87)
  • Harold J. Miller (1987–89)
  • Alec J. Kazantzis (1989–91)
  • Bruce Harris (1991–93)
  • Michael Ferryman (1993–95)
  • Michael Baskerville (1995–97)
  • Patrick O’Donovan (1997–99)
  • Mark Hamsher (1999–2001)
  • Christopher J.W. Moss (2001–03)
  • Michael Baker-Harber (2003–06)
  • Robert Gaisford (2006–08)
  • John Tsatsas (2008 – 11)
  • Christopher Fyans (2011–14)
  • Clive Aston (2014–17)
  • Ian Gaunt (2017–20)
  • Bruce Harris (2020–21)

See also

References

  1. ^ "Members".
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