Hilde Juliette Woker holder sin prøveforelesning og disputerer for graden ph.d. i rettsvitenskap.
PRØVEFORELESNING kl 08.15:
«The law-science interface in the light of the negotiations for a new international legally binding instrument for the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction»
DISPUTAS kl 09.45:
Hilde Juliette Woker disputerer for graden ph.d. i rettsvitenskap og vil offentlig forsvare avhandlingen:
«The Law-Science Interface within the Law of the Sea. A Case study of the Continental Shelf»
Auditorium 3 vil være åpent for ansatte og inviterte gjester, med oppholdssted i Tromsø kommune. Pga. koronapandemien og hensyn til smittesporing er det obligatorisk påmelding og alle må registrere seg på forhånd via lenke i høyre marg.
Auditorium 3 will be open to the public. Due to the outbreak of Covid-19, you must register beforehand to attend the defence.
Husk også smittevernreglene:
1: Syke personer skal holde seg hjemme./Stay at home if you feel ill.
2: God hånd og hostehygiene./Practice good hand and cough hygiene.
3: Hold avstand. /Keep your distance.
The defense will also be streamed via this link:
Professor Joanna Mossop, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand (førsteopponent)
Professor Timo Koivurova, University of Lapland, Finland (andreopponent)
Professor Ingvild U. Jakobsen, UiT Norges arktiske universitet (head)
Disputasen blir ledet av dekan, professor Lena R. L. Bendiksen, Det juridiske fakultet, UiT Norges arktiske universitet.
Populærvitenskapelig sammendrag av avhandlingen:
|This thesis explores the relationship between law and science within the law of the sea, through a case study of the definition and limits of the continental shelf. All coastal States have an inherent entitlement to the continental shelf. However, the legal definition and limits of this area differ from the scientific understanding of the concept, despite the many references to science in the legal definition. The continental shelf is thus a prime example of the law-science interface, in which the two bodies of knowledge interact. When two different bodies of knowledge come together, with each their different characteristics, assumptions, and working methods, questions arise as to their compatability, reconcilability and commensurability. These questions arise in a time in which the world recognizes the importance of science for law and policy. It is thus crucial to understand how and to what extent law and science interact, and whether there may be any structural preconditions preventing meaningful interaction. It is not sufficient to conclude that law and science interact – we also need to understand how and to what extent they do so. This thesis examines the legal origins and development of the continental shelf, and the interactions between law and science throughout that development. It uses existing scholarship on the relationship between law and science to understand the law-science interface within the development of the definition and limits of the continental shelf, identifying and analysing both successful interactions and unsuccessful interactions between law and science.|
Professor Nigel Bankes, University of Calgary
Professor Alex Oude Elferink, University of Utrecht