The 8th Munich Advanced Course in International Law, entitled, International law without territory? – Governing spaces, resources and people beyond the confines of state territory, will be held 31 July – 14 August 2019 at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (Munich, Germany). Topics covered include high seas governance. Applications are welcome until 1 April 2019 (first application period) or 1 May 2019 (second application period).
For more information, see here.
The European Parliament and the European Commission shall host a conference, entitled, Oceans: Future of the Blue Planet, 19 March 2019, at the European Parliament (Brussels, Belgium).
For more information see the programme and registration here.
The Environmental Law Center of the University of Cologne and its co-organizers shall host a workshop, entitled, Globalization of Environmental Law and the Role of Emerging Economies, 6 April 2019, at the University of Cologne (Germany). Numerous topics could be approached with a law of the sea angle. Submissions are welcome until 15 March 2019.
For more information, see the call for papers.
The University of Westminster shall host a discussion event, entitled, Beyond the Grotian Era: The Quest for ‘Lawful Seas’, on the 11 March 2019 at Westminster Law School (London, UK).
For more information and registration see here.
Kelley Drye and the World Ocean Council will host a conference, entitled, Oceans & Waterways, on the 8 March 2019 at The Houstonian (Houston, USA). Panels will discuss federal and state legal, regulatory and political developments impacting oceans, waterways, and their uses.
For more information and registration, see here.
Internationaler Umweltrechtstag Hamburg e.V. shall host the Fourth Hamburg International Environmental Law Conference, entitled, Of Ships and of Shores, of Ports and of Profits – Responsible Maritime Governance, 4-5 April 2019, at the Bucerius Law School (Hamburg, Germany).
For more information see here and the programme.
The NUS Centre for International Law (CIL) shall host a conference, entitled, CIL International Law Year in Review Conference 2019, 1 March 2019, at the Novotel (Singapore). The event includes a discussion for the book launch of The Timor-Leste/Australia Conciliation: A Victory for UNCLOS and Peaceful Settlement of Disputes.
For more information, see here and the programme.