Law of the Sea
A thorough analysis of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, focusing on legal and policy issues. It sets the historical development of the law of the sea; a framework for understanding the Law of the Sea Convention;
- baselines under the Convention; maritime zones under the jurisdiction of the coastal state;
- the high seas;
- the deep seabed;
- maritime boundary delimitation;
- Australian maritime boundary issues;
- protection of the marine environment under the Law of the Sea Convention;
- the legal regime for managing marine resources in the exclusive economic zone and continental shelf;
- the legal regime for managing marine living resources on the high seas;
- practical aspects of the continental shelf;
- emerging issues; and
- dispute settlement under the Law of the Sea Convention.
Venue: University of Wollongong, Wollongong NSW. Full details will be sent to registrants.
Fees: The fee for each course is A$2,750.00 (including GST).
Accommodation: Accommodation may be available on campus if sufficient prior notice is provided. Alternatively, accommodation is available at nearby hotels or motels.
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20 - 24 June 2016