World leading scientists visits K.G. Jebsen Centre for the Law of the Sea
Some of the most internationally renowned specialists within the Law of the Sea, will visit Tromsø during the Centre days at K.G. Jebsen Centre for the Law of the Sea. The good news is that you can attend their lectures!
How do you ensure compliance with fishery regulations adopted for international waters, beyond the 200 nautical miles EEZs? What kind of international courts and other mechanisms may be used for resolving disputes under Law of the Sea? And vessels enjoying state immunity – what if they commit a crime?
These are some of the themes for the open lectures during the Centre days held 21 - 24 September. There will be many open lectures and a workshop, all concerning the Law of the Sea.
The lecturers are highly renowned scientists from Italy, Canada, Wales, Australia and Holland.
- These scientists are so important within their field of research that some people can get a little bit “starstruck” by meeting them, says a smiling Tore Henriksen, leader of the Centre.
- The lectures are open to everybody! They will in particular be interesting for students and researchers in fields like fishery science, nature science, economies, social science and law, says Christin Skjervold, senior advisor at the K.G. Jebsen Centre.
|Welcome to the Centre Days 21 - 24 September 2015. Christin Skjervold and Tore Henriksen. Photo: Trude Haugseth Moe.|
Last updated: 18.09.2015 12:34