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Changing and Dynamic Oceans: Gauging Law and Policy Responses


November 9, 2018 - November 10, 2018


George Washington University Law School
Jacob Burns Moot Courtroom
2000 H Street, NW (map/directions)

Washington, DC


This event is free and open to the public, but you must register.

  • To view the full agenda and/or to register, please visit the event site HERE.
  • There is no CLE credit for this event; all times are EST.

This symposium is sponsored by The George Washington University Law School's Environmental & Energy Law Program.
Cosponsors include the Environmental Law Institute and Dalhousie University.

This symposium will cover various ocean-related legal topics including offshore energy, marine living resources, and conservation and sustainable use.
See the complete agenda/faculty listing HERE.

Topics Include:

  • Offshore Oil and Gas (Leasing, Safety, Other Issues)
  • Offshore Renewables (Tidal Energy, Wind)
  • International Fisheries (Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing; Climate Change)
  • Marine Mammal Protection (Noise, Entanglement, and Ship Strikes)
  • The UN BBNJ Process
  • Deep Seabed Mining
  • Closing Perspectives