Centre for Maritime Law

Academic Fellows

Anders Mollmann  

Academic Fellow
Associate Professor in Maritime Law,
Centre for Enterprise Liability (University of Copenhagen)

Anders Møllmann has worked with maritime law for over a decade. He obtained his BA Law and LLM degrees from the University of Copenhagen, the latter in 2000. After working for three years as a practising lawyer with leading Copenhagen Law Firm, Plesner, he returned to the University of Copenhagen to complete a PhD on the interpretation of charterparties in Scandinavian and English law which he completed in late 2006. After that, he worked for the Danish Maritime Authority where he inter alia was the Danish representative to the negotiations leading to the adoption of the Rotterdam Rules. Since 2009, he has again been employed at the University of Copenhagen first as a post doctoral fellow and since 2013 as an Associate Professor in maritime law. Anders' research has mainly been focused on carriage of goods and chartering, but he has a wide interest in both wet and dry matters approaching these from both a private law and public law perspective. In 2019, Anders has taken up a position as prosecutor with the Danish State Prosecutor for Serious Economic and International Crime where he works on cases involving major economic crime.

Research Interests

» Carriage of Goods by Sea
» Bills of Lading
» Misdelivery
» Rotterdam Rules
» Shipowners' liability
» Charterparties
» Arrest of Ships
» Arctic Shipping
» Safety at Sea


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