Prof. Mayank Suri

Prof. Mayank Suri

Assistant Professor

B.A. LL.B. O.P. Jindal Global (Institution of Eminence Deemed To Be University);

LL.M. (Swansea University, UK)

Prof. Mayank Suri is currently an Assistant Professor with O.P. Jindal Global University. In addition, he is a lawyer in India specializing in Maritime Law. Mayank graduated with a B.A., LL.B (Hons.) degree from Jindal Global Law School in the year 2015. He also has a Master of Laws in International Maritime Law from Swansea University, United Kingdom and has worked with two law firms in India based in Delhi and Mumbai. Mayank has worked with port operators, P&I insurers, H&M insurers, charterers, bunker suppliers, stevedores, shipowners, consignees, crew, ship managers, coastal police agencies and government agencies on litigation, regulatory and contract matters. Mayank undertook research into artificial intelligence and autonomous vessels during his postgraduate studies at Swansea University.

He made two postgraduate project dissertations one of which was on the comparison of offshore oil pollution liability regimes of UK and India, the other was on the exposure of the shipping industry to cyber risks and the implications of exclusion from insurance cover. His research focus is to study the legal impact of modern technologies in the shipping industry.

  • ‘Who is an Operator within LLMC?’, Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly (2022)
  • ‘Identifying factors affecting salvage rewards of crewless vessels — lessons from a case study’, WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs (2022) with Krzysztof Wróbel
  • ‘Will LLMC apply to Remote Control Centre operators?’, Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly (2022)
  • ‘Autonomous vessels as ships – the definition conundrum’, IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (2020)
  • ‘Autonomous Ships And The Proximate Cause Conundrum – A Maritime And Insurance Law Tango’, The Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce (2020)
  • ‘Fixture And Gencon 94: Are Gencon 94 Law And Arbitration Provisions Brought Into The Charter? The Indian View’, The Journal of International Maritime Law (2020)
  • ‘Artificial Intelligence and Maritime Law’, Research Report, Swansea University (July, 2017)