The House of Lords Inquiry on UNCLOS was completed last week with oral evidence from Anna Petrig, Chair of International Law and Public Law at University of Basel, Douglas Guilfoyle, Associate Professor of Law at University of New South Wales Canberra and Professor of International Law at The University of Lincoln.
On Friday 10 December 2021, the UK House of Lords Select Committee on Defense and International Relations heard expert evidence from Commander Caroline Tuckett, Lead Legal Advisor, International Law, Royal Navy and Mr Andrew Murdoch, Legal Advisor, Oceans Policy Unit, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.
LONDON. UK. Yesterday, the House of Lords International Relations and Defence Select Committee received additional expert evidence from Dr Sofia Galani, Assistant Professor in Public International Law, Panteion University, Greece, and Professor Natalie Klein of the Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales, Australia, covering the emerging issue of the lack of application of human rights at sea under the UNCLOS regime.
LONDON. UK. An inquiry into the future of the United Nations on the Law of the Sea Convention (UNCLOS) and its applicability in 21st century has been launched by the UK House of Lords Select Committee on International Relations and Defence.
London. UK. Captain Michael Lloyd discusses the role of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982 (UNCLOS), flag States roles and responsibilities and the actions of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO).