Lisa Uffman-Kirsch, J.D., LL.M., PhD Candidate

Centre for Marine Socioecology-University of Tasmania

Ph.D. Candidate

Private Bag 89

Hobart

Tasmania, 7001

Australia

http://marinesocioecology.org/

Utrecht University School of Law

Master of Laws=Public International Law/Law of the Sea

3508 TC Utrecht

Utrecht

Netherlands

Case Western Reserve University School of Law

Graduate

11075 East Boulevard

Cleveland, OH 44106-7148

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

6

DOWNLOADS

712

SSRN CITATIONS

0

CROSSREF CITATIONS

1

Ideas:
“  I'm currently focused on legal approval processes for activities affecting the marine environment; specifically looking at the relationship of social license and free, prior and informed consent.  ”

Scholarly Papers (6)

1.

The Prevention Principle -- A New Theory for Invocation of State Responsibility for Marine Environmental Harm

Number of pages: 75 Posted: 10 Sep 2014
Lisa Uffman-Kirsch J.D. LL.M. PhD Candidate
Centre for Marine Socioecology-University of Tasmania
Downloads 333 (107,778)

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Marine Environmental Protection, State Responsibility, Law of the Sea, Ocean Law, Prevention Principle, ILC Articles of State Responsibility, erga omnes obligation, actio popularis, sovereign marine waters

2.

Sovereignty and Limited Judicial Access as Obstacles to Marine Protection Under the Law of the Sea Convention Part XII: A Call to Service for UNCLOS and the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea

Number of pages: 14 Posted: 21 Apr 2014
Lisa Uffman-Kirsch J.D. LL.M. PhD Candidate
Centre for Marine Socioecology-University of Tasmania
Downloads 125 (266,559)

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Marine Conservation, Marine Protection, Law of the Sea, Marine Governance, Marine Law, International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, ITLOS, Law of the Sea Convention, LOSC, UNCLOS

3.

Starting with Nothing: A Paradigm Change Advancing Marine Conservation Beyond National Jurisdiction

Number of pages: 17 Posted: 10 Nov 2013 Last Revised: 19 Apr 2014
Lisa Uffman-Kirsch J.D. LL.M. PhD Candidate
Centre for Marine Socioecology-University of Tasmania
Downloads 81 (355,536)

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marine protected areas, areas beyond national jurisdiction, law of the sea, marine conservation, high seas, the area, common heritage of mankind, marine preservation enforcement in international law, MPA ABNJ, Marine Protection, Marine Governance, Marine Law

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Local, Co-Managed Fisheries: A Path to Sustainable Fishing in the Coastal and Island Communities of the Greek Seas

Number of pages: 46 Posted: 21 Apr 2014
Lisa Uffman-Kirsch J.D. LL.M. PhD Candidate
Centre for Marine Socioecology-University of Tasmania
Downloads 80 (358,105)

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Fishery Protected Areas, Marine Protected Areas, Greek Fisheries, Greek Seas, Aegean Sea fisheries, Artisanal Fisheries, Fourni Island Greece, European Union Fisheries

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Too Hot to Handle: Recognition of a Federal Public Trust Doctrine as Legal Basis for Responsibility of Global Warming-Induced Migration of New England Cod

Number of pages: 43 Posted: 21 Apr 2014 Last Revised: 24 Aug 2015
Lisa Uffman-Kirsch J.D. LL.M. PhD Candidate
Centre for Marine Socioecology-University of Tasmania
Downloads 49 (458,175)
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United States Marine Fisheries Management, New England Cod, Global Warming, Federal Public Trust Doctrine, Public Trust Doctrine, U.S. Cod Fisheries, Environmental Law, Ocean Warming, Marine Living Resource Migration, Law of the Sea

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Evolution of the Commons: Governing Common Pool, Semi-Open Access Fisheries in the Greek Seas A Blend of Modern Theories and Application for Small-Scale Coastal Fisheries

Number of pages: 52 Posted: 21 Apr 2014
Lisa Uffman-Kirsch J.D. LL.M. PhD Candidate
Centre for Marine Socioecology-University of Tasmania
Downloads 44 (478,928)

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Greek artisanal fisheries, Governance of the Commons, Greek Sea fisheries, Law of the Sea, Marine Conservation and Protection, Fishery Protected Areas, Marine Protected Areas, Fishery Compliance in the European Union, Self-Governing Fishery Mechanisms, Property and Social Morality