Trustees

Elizabeth Mavropoulou LLB LLM PhD Student

Elizabeth holds an undergraduate degree in Law (LLB) from the University of Athens. She completed her postgraduate degree in International Law at the University of Westminster in International Law (LLM, Distinction). Presently she is on the third year of her PhD on International Law at the University of Westminster. Her thesis refugee protection in...

David Hammond Esq. BSc(Hons), PGDL

David Hammond is the Founder of Human Rights at Sea having conceived the idea for the charity and the development of the international on-line platform in 2013 which was first presented at the first London International Shipping Week 2013, followed by its formal launch on 3 April 2014. In between he has undertaken senior...

Ian Millen

Ian Millen is an independent maritime consultant and owner of ‘Millennia Insights Ltd’ operating across a number of maritime and marine areas, where he helps clients to ‘join the dots through the optimal management and exploitation of information, intelligence and supporting technologies – a key theme in his background and experience. Prior to his...

Amanda Hastings

Amanda Hastings joined UK P&I Club as a claims handler in January 2015 from HFW, where she worked in shipping litigation. Prior to this she worked in supply chain management for an international retailer. Amanda primarily deals with the Club’s German membership, handling P&I and FDD claims. She also sits on the Club’s Contract...

Matthew Cox

Matthew Cox is currently CEO of North Atlantic Fishing Company, a UK pelagic trawler operator with offices in Caterham, and Hull. As well as running this company and its associated Fish Producer Organization, North Atlantic Fish Producers Organization, he is also a Director of the National Federation of Fishermen’s Organizations (NFFO), and also Chairs...

Professor Steven Haines

Steven Haines is Professor of Public International Law in the University of Greenwich. His research today is focused principally on Ocean Governance and the maintenance of safe and secure seas (although he continues to work in the fields of International Humanitarian Law and the law relating to international security). Prior to taking up his...

Rachel Sexton

Rachel is a Partner in the Fraud Investigations & Dispute Services practice at EY in London. She is a forensic accountant with over 20 years’ experience specialising in working with clients across a number of industries. She has led teams working on some of the largest financial services regulatory investigations conducted in the UK,...

Fiona Laurence

Fiona Laurence is a commercial litigator and Legal Director at Mishcon de Reya LLP with broad experience gained both in private practice and in-house in a major UK public authority. Her experience spans a variety of case types ranging from fraud, injunctions and contract disputes to regulatory matters, judicial review and health and safety...