Category Archives: Academic

COP@King’s: Leading climate change Paris Agreement masterclass

Event report online here. Thanks to all presenters and participants for a brilliant day.

COP@King’s: Leading climate change Paris Agreement masterclass

Event report online here. Thanks to all presenters and participants for a brilliant day.

Research Handbook on International Law and Natural Resources

The Research Handbook on International Law and Natural Resources has just been published by Elgar. I co-authored a chapter with Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas on renewable energy. The handbook covers a broad range of areas, including key concepts, resources under national jurisdiction,

Research Handbook on International Law and Natural Resources

The Research Handbook on International Law and Natural Resources has just been published by Elgar. I co-authored a chapter with Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas on renewable energy. The handbook covers a broad range of areas, including key concepts, resources under national jurisdiction,

Conservation or Claim? The Motivations for Recent Marine Protected Areas

A paper by Professor David D Caron and me concerning marine protected areas has been posted to SSRN as part of the Transnational Law Institute’s Think! series. The paper analyses the 2015 outcome of the Mauritius-UK arbitration concerning the Chagos

Conservation or Claim? The Motivations for Recent Marine Protected Areas

A paper by Professor David D Caron and me concerning marine protected areas has been posted to SSRN as part of the Transnational Law Institute’s Think! series. The paper analyses the 2015 outcome of the Mauritius-UK arbitration concerning the Chagos

Publication: Mapping the International & European Governance of Renewable Energy

An article co-written by Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas and me on renewable energy governance is now available to download at SSRN. The article will be published in the Oxford Yearbook of European Law. UPDATE: The paper is now available at the Yearbook

Publication: Mapping the International & European Governance of Renewable Energy

An article co-written by Professor Rafael Leal-Arcas and me on renewable energy governance is now available to download at SSRN. The article will be published in the Oxford Yearbook of European Law. UPDATE: The paper is now available at the Yearbook

Event: Conference marks 60 years since landmark “Transnational Law” lectures

Earlier this month, I was delighted to participate in the Transnational Law Institute’s Signature Conference, “Jessup’s Bold Proposal: Engagements with ‘Transnational Law’ after Sixty Years”.

Event: Conference marks 60 years since landmark “Transnational Law” lectures

Earlier this month, I was delighted to participate in the Transnational Law Institute’s Signature Conference, “Jessup’s Bold Proposal: Engagements with ‘Transnational Law’ after Sixty Years”.

Transnational Law Institute launch

Last week I was pleased to participate in the launch of the Transnational Law Institute (which actually started up in academic year 2014-15). A tremendous group of people came together to celebrate a young institution that’s doing interesting things. I

Transnational Law Institute launch

Last week I was pleased to participate in the launch of the Transnational Law Institute (which actually started up in academic year 2014-15). A tremendous group of people came together to celebrate a young institution that’s doing interesting things. I

Event: Transnational Regulatory Governance seminar examines the interface of renewable energy laws & energy security

Yesterday, the Transnational Regulatory Governance research group at King’s College London hosted a seminar at which Dr Penelope Crossley from Sydney Law School discussed her research on renewable energy laws and energy security. A report of the event is online

Event: Transnational Regulatory Governance seminar examines the interface of renewable energy laws & energy security

Yesterday, the Transnational Regulatory Governance research group at King’s College London hosted a seminar at which Dr Penelope Crossley from Sydney Law School discussed her research on renewable energy laws and energy security. A report of the event is online

Events at King’s College London examine Paris Agreement from different angles

The UNFCCC Paris Agreement has rightly sparked a great deal of interest in the direction of international climate change law and governance. I was fortunate to participate in a couple of great panel discussions on the topic this month at King’s

Events at King’s College London examine Paris Agreement from different angles

The UNFCCC Paris Agreement has rightly sparked a great deal of interest in the direction of international climate change law and governance. I was fortunate to participate in a couple of great panel discussions on the topic this month at King’s

Interview: Megan Bowman, ‘Banking on Climate Change’

Dickson Poon School of Law lecturer Dr Megan Bowman’s book ‘Banking on Climate Change’, on climate finance and private financial institutions, was recently launched at King’s College London. My interview with Megan on the topic of her book, climate finance

Interview: Megan Bowman, ‘Banking on Climate Change’

Dickson Poon School of Law lecturer Dr Megan Bowman’s book ‘Banking on Climate Change’, on climate finance and private financial institutions, was recently launched at King’s College London. My interview with Megan on the topic of her book, climate finance

Article: Climate change in the courts – challenges & future directions

Together with Dr Eloise Scotford and Ioanna Hadjiyianni, I have written a post for OUPBlog on climate change as a challenge for courts of law, including in the areas of litigant standing and the role of constitutional law in responding

Article: Climate change in the courts – challenges & future directions

Together with Dr Eloise Scotford and Ioanna Hadjiyianni, I have written a post for OUPBlog on climate change as a challenge for courts of law, including in the areas of litigant standing and the role of constitutional law in responding