Dr Hannah Stones
Profiles

Dr Hannah Stones

Lecturer in Law (Technology Law)

School of Society and Culture (Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Business)

Biography

Biography

Dr Stones specialises in law for remote-controlled and autonomous ships, using maritime law, technology law and legal theory. 

Teaching

Teaching

Teaching interests

Dr Stones currently leads or teaches on:

LLB (Hons) Law

Contract Law

Cybercrime

LLM Law

Legal theory: themes and debates

Supervision of dissertations.

Previously taught:

Employment law, family law, practical administrative law, tort law. 

Dr Stones accepts PhD proposals in maritime law and technology law. 

Publications

Publications

Key publications

Key publications are highlighted

Journals
Articles
Stones H (2022) 'How far does skipper's duty of care to technical diver extend? Warner v Scapa Flow Charters [2022] CSIH 25' Lloyd's Shipping & Trade Law 22, (8) 7-8 Open access
Stones H (2022) 'A sufficient connection to Great Britain for maritime employees: Horgan v Chevron Transport Corporation Ltd [2022] UKET 4109707/2021' Lloyd's Shipping & Trade Law 22, (5) 6-8 Open access
Stones H (2022) 'The price of breaking the law: the saga of the P&O Ferries redundancies' Lloyd's Shipping & Trade Law 22, (4) 1-3 Open access
Stones H (2022) 'Limitation of Liabilty: What is an operator? Splitt Chartering APS and Others v Saga Shipholding Norway AS and Others (The “Stema Barge II) [2021] EWCA Civ 1880; [2022] 1 Lloyd's Rep 170' LLoyd's Shipping and Trade Law 22, (1) 9-11 Open access
Stones H (2016) 'Objective and subjective safety in unmanned shipping' Lloyd's Shipping and Trade Law 16, (9) 4-6 Open access
Conference Papers
Stones H (2017) 'Safely Navigating the Oceans with Unmanned Ships' 12th International Conference on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation (TransNav 2017) 6-/-0/2017Gdynia, Poland
Stones H (2017) 'Will the smart ship also be the liable ship?: An analysis of the application of liability to the ship itself' Smart Ship Technology 1-/-0/2017Royal Institution of Naval Architects, London Royal Institution of Naval Architects Publisher Site Open access
Stones H (2016) 'Uncrewed Ships and the Future of Passenger Transport' in Newbery M; Martin NF; Gibson B; Mayon R; Westbury S Sea lines of Communication: Discovery 1-/-1/2016Southampton, United Kingdom University of Southampton Open access
Other Publications
Channon M & Stones H Response to ‘Pathway to driverless cars: consultation on proposals to support advanced driver assistance systems and automated vehicles’. Department for Transport Publisher Site Open access
Stones H Safety and Feasibility of Uncrewed Passenger Ships. Open access
Channon M, Stones H, Davey J, Hjalmarsson J & Veal R University of Southampton Law Research Group Response to House of Lords Consultation on Driverless Cars. Open access
Stones H Written evidence submitted by Dr Hannah Stones (MAR0003). UK Parliament Publisher Site Open access
Stones H Written evidence submitted for self-driving vehicles call for evidence (SDV0002). https://committees.parliament.uk/work/6795/selfdriving-vehicles/publications/written-evidence/ UK Parliament Open access