In context of CITL international cooperation, Prof. Nader M. Ibrahim, the CITL associate professor of commercial and maritime law, was hosted for one month (June 9 to July 9, 2010) as a visiting professor by the Centre for Maritime and Ocean Law of Nantes University, France (in French CDMO for “Le Centre de droit maritime et océanique”). Prof. Ibrahim gave lectures to postgraduate students in the maser and doctoral law degrees, attended also by CDMO faculty and visitors, on topics of international and comparative maritime law, covering topics of ISM Code and LLMC Convention. Latest modifications of the ISM Code came into force on July 1, 2010 and modification of the LLMC Convention is among the 2010 IMO agenda. Dr. Ibrahim also received facilitation from the CDMO and Nantes Faculty of Law libraries, in support of his post-doctoral research.Closer to the end of his visit on July 8, 2010, Dr. Ibrahim exchanged letters of cooperation on behalf of Prof. Khaled Hanafy, CITL Dean, with Prof. Gwenaele Proutière-Maulion, CDMO director. The letters of cooperation object further coordination between CDMO and CITL in the fields of research, education and training in commercial and maritime law for the benefit of the Euro-Arab region. Professors Ndende and Ibrahim will serve as correspondents for the CDMO-CITL cooperation project. Prof. Ndende, the CDMO Master II coordinator, played a major role in the realization of the cooperation, CITL is grateful for his efforts.CDMO is known for its world excellence in the different domains of maritime and transport laws since its establishment in 1970; its faculty staff master a wide spectrum of maritime laws, extending private maritime law, to that of coastal, seaports, fishery, labour and international public maritime law. Each year the center publishes a yearbook, considered among the main prestigious sources of international and comparative maritime laws. The 2006 Dalloz Droits Maritimes of the CDMO is considered the most inclusive maritime law treatise on the subject in French. The centre postgraduate program includes both master and doctoral law degrees.