The periodical MarIus and the yearbook SIMPLY
The core research areas of the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law are maritime and transport law, petroleum law and energy law.
The Institute also engages in research and teaching on general commercial law and EU law.
In MarIus, issued at irregular intervals, articles are published in the Nordic languages or English.
MarIus also includes SIMPLY, the Scandinavian Institute’s Maritime and Petroleum Law Yearbook.
Contributors: Allen, Sylvie, Lunde, Wenche, Schjølberg Mads
The Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law Yearbook 2015
Forfatter: Karin M. Bruzelius, tidligere Høyesterettsdommer
Foredrag ved Erling Selvig på det 41. Petroleumsjuridiske seminar 2016
The initiative of the Arctic Council to address IMO measures suited to protect sensitive areas, such as the Arctic high seas, is a promising step to ensure protection of the marine environment. It remains to be seen whether the Arctic states will take on a leading regulatory role and make a proposal to the IMO on the designation of a PSSA (Particularly Sensitive Sea Areas) on the high seas.
The objective of this article is to assess the legal implications of adopting measures to protect the high seas of the Arctic Ocean from the risks posed by international shipping activities, with a particular focus on the use of PSSA.
This thesis is discussing the applicability of internationally-accepted environmental principles to transnational corporations (TNCs), the main questions being 1) what normative guidelines are there for TNCs’ environmental responsibility in a global context, and 2) is there any form of effective accountability for TNCs in this regard?
This issue of MarIus comprises a selection of theses written over the last couple of years by Our LLM students and by Norwegian law students.
When your manuscript is accepted by the editor, we expect your text to be complete and proofread.
The 2010 edition of the Scandinavian Institute’s Maritime and Petroleum Law Yearbook, is dedicated to Professor Hans Jacob Bull on the occasion of his 70th birthday. The articles cover a variety of topics within international and European law and give readers an insight into Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish and Danish law.