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Centre for Commercial Law Studies

Private International and European Air Transport Law

Are you interested in air transport law? We are offering the opportunity to anybody with an interest in aviation to audit the LLM module - Private International and European Air Transport Law.

A wing of a commercial plane flying in a blue skyThe content is delivered in 10 three-hour sessions and covers:

  • Air carrier liability towards passengers and shippers (Warsaw and Montreal Conventions and relevant jurisprudence)
  • Air passenger rights (Regulation (EU) 261/2004 and jurisprudence of the European Courts)
  • Persons with disabilities and their right to fly (Regulation (EU) 1107/2006 and relevant jurisprudence. Comparison with US law)
  • Aviation finance (aircraft and helicopter financing and nationality and the Cape Town Convention)
  • Regulation of drones (challenges of drone regulation, EU legal framework and the role of ICAO)

Dates: Wednesdays, from 6 - 9 pm from 24 January – 3 April

Location: LIF LG.2, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, 67-69 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3JB

Entry requirements and fees

  • Fee: £3,675

All sessions will be recorded.

On completion of the module, a Certificate of Attendance will be issued.

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About the convenor

Dr Antigoni Lykotrafiti is a Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, specialising in aviation law. She has worked for the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on transport policy issues.

She has been an assistant professor at Tilburg University (Tilburg Law and Economics Centre), a Jean Monnet post-doctoral fellow at the European University Institute, a practitioner within a leading law firm and a stagiaire at the European Commission. She has published her research in peerreviewed journals, such as Transport Policy, Common Market Law Review, Journal of Competition Law and Economics, Air and Space Law, Journal of Air Law and Commerce, Legal Issues of Economic Integration, European Competition Law Review and European State Aid Law Quarterly.

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