General framework of the activity
The CDMO brings together a team of researchers and trainers involved in all the legal issues raised by marine areas and maritime activities.
These skills are gathered around three complementary thematic axes:
- marine areas and protection of the environment,
- maritime safety and security,
- maritime activities.
The work focuses on the Law of the Sea and the Exploitation of the Oceans, Protection of the Marine Environment, Community Law on Transport, Coastal Law and Maritime Heritage, Port Law, Social Law of Seafarers, Transport Law and marine insurance, Law of the pleasure, the leisures and the water sports, History of the maritime law.
Specific skills in the MRE field
The CDMO is able to answer and carry out legal studies relating to the status of MRE, their location and their exploitation, the uses and conflicts of use that their presence may raise, the status of persons maintaining these facilities.
Products or services in MRE
The CDMO is able to carry out studies aimed at the regulation applicable to MRE and according to the expectations of proposing either technical expertise on applicable law, or from a research and development perspective to think about innovative solutions.
The CDMO carries out work and produces publications related to the marine environment, in particular to MRE. Internship offers and research dissertations can be offered to students.
Projects in MRE
The CDMO, as a research center, is responsible for research, development and dissemination of knowledge. As such, the research themes and themes of the CDMO are evolving to respond to societal, technological and regulatory issues. CDMO’s interest in EMRs is part of this dynamic. It is more particularly a question of studying the regulations in force and its evolution in order to better know it and to accompany the different actors.