Julia Martha Gaunce
The other Polar Code: subjectivity and the regulation of ships in Arctic waters
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Publications outside Cristin
“On the Interpretation of the General Duty of 'Due Regard'” (2018) 32 Ocean Yearbook 27. (peer reviewed)
"The South China Sea Award and the duty of due regard" Online: Ablawg (September 8, 2016) <https://ablawg.ca/2016/09/08/south-china-sea-and-duty-of-due -regard /> and
JCLOS: blog of the KG Jebsen Center for the Law of the Sea (September 9, 2016) <https://site.uit.no/nclos/2016/09/09/the-south-china-sea-award-and -the-duty-of-due-regard-under-the-united-nations-law-of-the-sea-convention />
Nigel Bankes & Julia Gaunce, "Natural Gas Storage Regimes in Canada: A Survey" (Calgary: Institute for Sustainable Energy, Environment, and Economy, University of Calgary, 2009).
public international law, ocean law, law of international organizations, regulation and standard setting, human rights, critical theory, energy law
I have taught in the areas of EU energy law, Arctic institutions, Canadian legal skills, cultural & literary theory, and literature in English.
I have an LLM in international treaty interpretation and law of the sea, and an MA in performance art and theory.
I am a non-practicing member of the Alberta Law Society, having practiced in areas including Canadian natural resource law and Canadian law in relation to Indigenous people(s).
I am formerly the Humanities Editor at Broadview Press (Canada).