New part-time, English-language program to be taught in Athens

City University London has announced it will deliver modules off its Maritime Law LL.M. program in Athens, Greece beginning in March 2009. The modules will be taught part-time, in weekend blocks, and will be offered in English. According to the university, the modules will cover Carriage of Goods by Sea, Admiralty Law, Marine Insurance; International Sales Law, and World Trade Law.

For more information, please visit the City Law School website.

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