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"…this text (is) one that all in the field will find themselves constantly consulting in the years to come."
Judge of the Supreme Court of Singapore
Alison Green, the Chairman of the Trustees of the BILA Charitable Trust said, as she awarded the BILA Book Prize to Francis:
“This textbook is a welcome addition to the texts on marine insurance law as it combines in one volume all the areas which a practitioner or student of marine insurance law needs to know. It is written in a very readable style, which makes it readily approachable for those unfamiliar with this topic. It combines an academic's insight into the law with a modern and practical approach to problems that frequently beset marine insurance. This book richly deserves to be the winner of the annual BILA book prize."
Francis Rose is a graduate of the University of Oxford, holds a PhD from the University of London, and is a barrister and associate of chambers at Quadrant Chambers. He joined University of Bristol Law School in January 2000, having previously been Professor of Commercial and Common Law at the University of Buckingham, and before that, a Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge. He was the Director of the Norton Rose Centre of Commercial Law within the Bristol Law Faculty from 2000-2005. He was the inaugural Sections Secretary of the Society of Public Teachers of Law and is Convener of the Society of Legal Scholars Restitution Section.