Robinson holds a Master of Laws in International Maritime Law with Distinction from the International Maritime Organisation International Maritime Law Institute in Malta and a Degree of Bachelor of Laws with Honours from the University of Mauritius.
What does IMLI stand for?
IMLI stands for International Maritime Law Institute (est. 1988; Msida, Malta)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of IMLI
We have 3 other meanings of IMLI in our Acronym Attic
- In My Limited Experience
- Institute for Middle Level Education (Ashland University; Ashland, OH)
- Interactive Multimedia Learning Environment
- Iterative Maximum Likelihood Estimator
- Indiana Middle Level Education Association (Indianapolis, IN)
- Interactive Multimedia Local Exchange Carrier
- International Model Locomotive Efficiency Competition (est. 1969)
- International Manufacturing Leaders Forum (Australia)
- Interim Measures for Local Government Act (South Africa)
- Information Markup Language Interface
- Internet Marketing List Italiana (Italian newsletter)
- International Monarchist League in Australia
- Integrating Multiple Learned Models
- Iterative Maximum Likelihood Method
- Immune Mesenteric Lymph Node Cells
- Idiopathic Minimal Lesion Nephrotic Syndrome
- Information Management Leadership Program (General Electric Information Management training program for college graduates)
- Instituto Miguel Leon Prado (Spanish: Miguel Leon Prado Institute; Chile)
- Ironman Lake Placid
- Indonesia Media Law and Policy Centre
Samples in periodicals archive:
A well-read and widely-travelled legal expert, Bensouda studied at the University of He Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University) in Nigeria, before proceeding to the Nigeria Law School in Lagos; and later to the UN's International Maritime Law Institute (1MO) in Malta, after which she became Gambia's first expert in international maritime law.
00 Hardcover IMLI studies in international maritime law K1168 Gutierrez (IMO International Maritime Law Institute, Malta) conducts an analysis of limitation of liability as found in the alphabet soup of international maritime conventions.
To be sure the UoM is associated with the Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies and is also home to the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) International Maritime Law Institute but one gets the impression that Professor Ellul-Micallef sees the university playing an even broader role than these might imply.