Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Ringbom: Jurisdiction over Ships: Post-UNCLOS Developments in the Law of the Sea

Henrik Ringbom (Univ. of Oslo) has published Jurisdiction over Ships: Post-UNCLOS Developments in the Law of the Sea (Brill | Nijhoff 2015). Contents include:
  • Henrik Ringbom, Introduction
  • Robin Geiss & Christian J. Tams, Non-Flag States as Guardians of the Maritime Order: Creeping Jurisdiction of a Different Kind?
  • Henning Jessen, United States’ Bilateral Shipboarding Agreements – Upholding Law of the Sea Principles While Updating State Practice
  • Ted L. McDorman, Sovereign Immune Vessels: Immunities, Responsibilities and Exemptions
  • Bevan Marten, Port State Jurisdiction, International Conventions, and Extraterritoriality: An Expansive Interpretation
  • Aldo Chircop, Assistance at Sea and Places of Refuge for Ships: Reconciling Competing Norms
  • James Kraska, Excessive Coastal State Jurisdiction: Shipboard Armed Security Personnel
  • Erik Franckx, The “New” Arctic Passages and the “Old” Law of the Sea
  • James Harrison, Safeguards against Excessive Enforcement Measures in the Exclusive Economic Zone – Law and Practice
  • Erik J. Molenaar, New Maritime Zones in the Law of the Sea
  • Robin Churchill, Under-Utilized Coastal State Jurisdiction: Causes and Consequences
  • Irini Papanicolopulu, Seafarers as an Agent of Change of the Jurisdictional Balance
  • Urfan Khaliq, Jurisdiction, Ships and Human Rights Treaties
  • Erik Røsæg, The Role of the International Maritime Organization in Defining and Altering the Jurisdiction of Flag, Coastal, and Port States
  • Tullio Scovazzi, ITLOS and Jurisdiction over Ships
  • Rosa Greaves, The Impact of EU Secondary Legislation on Issues Concerning Ships: a Case Study of National Proceedings in Respect of Waste Liability and Insolvency
  • Alexander Proelss, The European Court of Justice and its Role in (Re-)Defining EU Member Statesʼ Jurisdiction over Ships