E15 Margaret Young

Margaret Young

Associate Professor, Melbourne Law School

Associate Professor of Law at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Teaches public international law, international trade law, international environmental law and the law of the sea. Researches trade law, fisheries law, forestry governance, food security and climate change. Former: World Trade Organisation (Appellate Body Secretariat); United Nations International Law Commission; Associate to the Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Australia. Author of the award-winning “Trading Fish, Saving Fish: The Interaction between Regimes in International Law” and “Regime Interaction in International Law: Facing Fragmentation.” PhD and LLM, University of Cambridge, UK; LLB (Hons), University of Melbourne.

Bridges news

14 October 2015
What trade tools are being deployed to tackle black market fishing activities? How can these be used more effectively? Illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing is a major problem with worldwide social, environmental, and economic impacts. As well as being a major contributor to the global...
25 September 2015
La pesca ilegal, no declarada y no regulada (INDNR) es un problema mayúsculo que impacta a la economía y al medio ambiente en todo el mundo. La pesca INDNR, ligada comúnmente a la piratería pesquera o al fraude en el mercado de productos del mar, se define en términos generales como aquella que...