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Karl Johans gate 47
The purpose of the colloquium is to discuss the organization of ecosystem-based management in the Arctic, in particular when the ecosystems extend beyond national jurisdictions. Challenges relate to the ongoing negotiations on bio-diversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction, as these must be addressed independently.
Thursday December 1st 10:00 AM -
Friday December 2nd 09:00 AM -
We are pleased to announce the 2nd Common Market Law Review Annual Conference which is being held on 20 October in Oslo.
The IX European Colloquium of Maritime Law Research will take place in Bilbao in September 2016.
BREXIT is a conversation buzz-word these days.
September 2nd legal heavy weights are discussing questions and implications for England, Scotland, The EU and the EEA
Do not miss out on the opportunity to gain some conversational pounds on the topic
Europe in transition - EUNOR seminar
What are the main regulatory characteristics of the Norwegian model for petroleum exploration, production and supply? To what extent is this model relevant for the design of corresponding models in other countries with significant or potential petroleum resources?
Which regulatory regimes apply to the exploration and exploitation of seabed resources? Is the current legal framework under notably the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) appropriate enough to deal with those new use types? Are the arising risks of abuse, conflict and pollution sufficiently taken into account and dealt with? The seminar will present current research efforts to answer those questions.
Introduction by PhD Maria Helena Fonseca de Souza Rolim, co-author of a book on the same subject.