Having a deep passion for maritime law lays the foundation of Setyawati Fitrianggraeni, Managing Partner at Anggraeni and Partners, to enhance her perspective in maritime law within Indonesia and global context.
In line with this goal, she never shies away from getting more experience to lead her to become more profound in her expertise. Last October (2022), she attended the Comite Maritime International (“CMI”): International Conference in Antwerp, Belgium.
Celebrating 125 years of existence, the Conference took place in Antwerp, the city where CMI was born. There were around 300 participants worldwide, especially from countries with high maritime business operations, making CMI one of the biggest platforms for people to discuss more about maritime law directly from experts and practitioners.
CMI is the oldest organization in the world that is exclusively concerned with the unification of maritime law and related commercial practices.
CMI establish as a not-for-profit international organization established in Antwerp in 1897. It aims to contribute by all appropriate means and activities to the unification of maritime law in all its aspects including support the International Maritime Organization’s objective. In this four-days the working groups discuss different topics and areas;
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