2022 And a New Path for Environmental Law in the Global Economy
International law is based on the shared purposes of states, yet its fragmented nature reduces its a...
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Professor Margaret A. Young is a Professor at Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne. A Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law, Margaret’s award-winning research spans public international law, the law of the sea, international trade law, climate change and environmental law. She is currently leading an Australian Research Council-funded project on ‘The Potential and Limits of International Adjudication’. Her last book, The Impact of Climate Change Mitigation on Indigenous and Forest Communities (CUP, 2017) won the Certificate of Merit in a Specialized Area of International Law from the American Society of International Law in 2019. She was awarded the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Academy of Environmental Law Junior Scholar Prize and the University of Melbourne Woodward Medal in Humanities and Social Sciences for her book Trading Fish, Saving Fish: The Interaction between Regimes in International Law (CUP, 2011). Professor Young was the inaugural research fellow in public international law at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law and Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, and in 2017 she was Visiting Professor at St Petersburg State University, Russia. From 2019-2020, she served as Visiting Legal Fellow at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia.