Comité Maritime International – CMI
The Comité Maritime International is an non-governmental international organization. Its object is to contribute by all appropiate means to the unification of maritime law.

CMI was established in 1897 and, in its roles as special non-governmental international organisation, brings together over 50 national maritime law associations. In its more than 100 year history, CMI has brought forward a considerable number of maritime conventions, thus making a significant contribution to the unification of maritime law. Membership of such an organisation is, therefore, very important to the Slovenian Association.

The MLAS became a member of the CMI at the end of 1993.

Titulary Members CMI from MLAS

  • Prof. Marko Pavliha
  • Prof. Marko Ilesic
  • Georgije Ivkovic
  • Andrej Pirs M.Sc.
  • Josip Rugelj M.Sc,
  • Anton Kariz

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