This seminar will seek to address some of the existing challenges for space law in the Norwegian, European and international perspective. We also wish to lay a foundation for future discussions of space law issues at the University of Oslo. Our speakers are Terje Wahl (Norwegian Space Center), Steven Freeland (Western Sydney University Law School), Alla Pozdnakova (Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law), Katrin Nyman Metcalf (International Relations Committee of the European Space Agency), Alexander Soucek (European Space Agency), Kirsten Ullbæk Selvig (Ministry of Transport, Norway) and Mari Amanda Eldholm (European Centre for Space Law).
The seminar is open, but requires registration (closed Dec 2nd)
Challenges and Opportunities for the Arctic and Beyond
In Norway, the parliamentary process has resulted in a broad public debate on what consequences an affiliation with the EU’s energy union and the energy agency ACER may have for Norwegian resource management.
19-20 FEBRUARY 2018 The University of Cape Town, South Africa and the University of Oslo, Norway, are pleased to present a two-day training course.
by Robert Beckmann, National University of Singapore
Keep yourself updated with the latest EU energy law developments, deepen your knowledge and exchange experience with European colleagues
This seminar discusses the multiple legal issues raised by the recent Norwegian litigation involving EU vessels catching snow crab in the Loophole and around Svalbard with a license from the flag State, but without a Norwegian License.