- School of Law, University of Southampton
Filippo Lorenzon – LL.D. (Italy); LL.M. (Soton); Avvocato (Italy) and (n.p.) Solicitor in England and Wales – is a Lecturer in the School of Law at the University of Southampton and a Member of the Institute of Maritime Law.
He is teaching assistant to the Chair of Maritime Law at the University of Milan “Statale” and has been Visiting Lecturer at several European Universities. He has a LL.D. (Trieste, 1999) and an LL.M. (Soton, 2000) and is fully qualified as an Avvocato in Italy and as a (n.p.) Solicitor in England and Wales.
He is a Member of the ICC (UK) Committee on Transport and Logistics, the Italian Maritime Law Association (AIDiM), the British Maritime Law Association (BMLA), and the International Bar Association (IBA). He is also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Linguists.
Filippo has been working with leading maritime and commercial law firms, in London, Genoa and Venice. His areas of research interest are International Trade Law; Carriage of Goods by Sea, European Maritime Law, Conflict of Laws and Comparative Private Law.
A list of his recent publications is to be found on his website.