Tag archives for Law

Edythe Weeks

Edythe Weeks, Northern Arizona University Edythe Weeks is a returning lecturer for the Ethnic Studies Program at Northern Arizona University. She is an author, professor and Fulbright Specialist who has been undertaking short-term collaborative projects with counterparts Mexico and Russia. Irrespective of the location or subject matter, Weeks aims to prepare future scholars fo emerging […]

G.K. Agney

GK Agney, Mar Thoma College Thiruvalla G.K. Agney is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History, Mar Thoma College, Thiruvalla, India and is also a research scholar (PhD) in the Post Graduate Department of History, Assumption College, Changanacherry, India. He is also a recipient of the Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) instituted by the University […]

Nengye Liu

Nengye Liu, University of Adelaide Dr Nengye Liu is a Senior Lecturer at the Adelaide Law School, University of Adelaide from 2017. He was educated in Wuhan University (China, LLB and LLM) and Ghent University (Belgium, Doctor of Law). Prior to moving to Adelaide, he had worked in China, Singapore, Germany, United Kingdom and NSW. Dr Liu […]

Jeff McGee

Jeff McGee, University of Tasmania Dr Jeff McGee is the Senior Lecturer in Climate Change, Marine and Antarctic Law at the University of Tasmania. As an international lawyer with dual areas of expertise, he divides his time between the Faculty of Law and the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies. Dr McGee’s research is focused […]

Arctic Legal & Policy Opportunity, Kobe University

Invitation for collaborative research on Arctic legal and policy issues at Kobe University, Japan (starting April to September 2016)   The indication of interest must reach Professor Shibata immediately, but no later than 31 July 2015.   Kobe University Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GSICS) is offering to host, as prestigious JSPS fellows, a […]

Nils Vanstappen

Nils Vanstappen, University of Leuven   Nils Vanstappen is a PhD student in Law at the KU Leuven. He completed his studies at the same university, writing his master’s thesis on the topic of jurisdiction over Antarctica’s continental shelf. At the KU Leuven, Nils works at the Centre for Global Governance studies, where he is […]

Jane Verbitsky

Jane Verbitsky, Auckland University of Technology Dr Jane Verbitsky is a Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader Conflict Resolution in the School of Social Sciences & Public Policy at AUT in Auckland. Her interests are focused particularly on Antarctic politics and governance, trans-national policy within the ATS, regime efficacy, and Antarctica’s status as a commons area. […]

Klaus Dodds

Klaus Dodds, Royal Holloway University of London Klaus Dodds is a professor of Geopolitics at the Royal Holloway University of London. His particular interests lie in the areas of geopolitics and security, media/popular culture and the international governance of the Antarctic and the Arctic, and he has published a number of monographs and edited books including […]

Indi Hodgson-Johnston

Indi Hodgson-Johnston, University of Tasmania Indi is currently undertaking a PhD in international law at the Institute for Marine & Antarctic Studies and the Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems CRC, in the area of the laws of sovereignty, territorial acquisition, territorial disputes and boundaries. She completed her BA (Public Policy), LL.B (Hons) and B.Antarctic Studies (Hons) […]

Daniela Sampaio

Daniela Sampaio, Universidade de São Paulo Daniela Sampaio is a PhD student at the International Relations Institute, Universidade de São Paulo, where she is researching international cooperation in Antarctica. She holds a Masters in Sociology from the Federal University of Minas Gerais, where she lectured in the Department of Sociology and wrote her thesis on the […]

S. Zia. E. Madani

Dr S. Zia. E. Madani, Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science Dr S. Zia E. Madani is the head of the Department of Law of the Sea and Ocean Policy at the Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science and an Assistant Professor in International Law of the Sea. He has a […]

In Conversation: what does the future hold for Antarctica?

What does the Future Hold for Antarctica? was the topic that brought together a group of experts for a Round Table Conversation organized by the Antarctica Futures Project at The University of Sydney, Australia. Questions addressed include: Has the Antarctic Treaty worked? Will we see an Antarctic mining boom? What is the future of Antarctic […]