After over a decade of being accommodated close to its roots at The Baltic Exchange, the office of the London Maritime Arbitrators Association will move to new premises as our office on St Mary Axe closes. The Association has greatly valued its arrangement with The Baltic, which has worked extremely well over the years.
Against the above background, the Association is pleased to announce that, with effect from 8 September 2021, the LMAA office will relocate to premises within the newly developed International Dispute Resolution Centre, adjacent to St Paul’s Cathedral and Paternoster Square, not far from the IDRC’s former premises on Fleet Street. Many hearings in LMAA arbitration have been hosted by the IDRC since its inception and LMAA members and users know the Centre’s team well.
LMAA President David Steward said, “Our move to Juxon House reflects the development of the new IDRC as a leading centre for international dispute resolution and it is fitting that the LMAA should be at the heart of this. We look forward to operating from this new location, while continuing to work closely with our friends and colleagues at The Baltic”.
For more information, please contact Margareta Svigler at firstname.lastname@example.org