GENERAL INTERNATIONAL LAW
1. Less is More: Rules and Principles in International Law-Making
Vaughan Lowe, University of Oxford, UK
2. An Amodernist Approach to International Law: The Law of the Sea in the Amarna Letters
Erdem Denk, Ankara University, Turkey
3. The Sources of Public International Law Historically Considered
Dino Kritsiotis, University of Nottingham, UK
HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
4. The United Nations and Human Rights: Reform through Review?
Malcolm Evans, University of Bristol, UK
5. United Nations Human Rights Treaty Bodies: Universality and National Implementation
Geir Ulfstein, University of Oslo, Norway
6. International Parental Child Abduction and the Need for Alternative Regimes?
Urfan Khaliq, Cardiff University, UK
THE LAW OF THE SEA AND FISHERIES
7. Coastal State Jurisdiction in Ice-Covered Areas: The Impacts of Climate Change and the Polar Code
Tore Henriksen, Arctic University of Norway
8. The Responsibility and Liability of Flag States in the Context of Fisheries
Daniel Owen, Fenners Chambers, Cambridge, UK
9. Compulsory Inter-State Adjudication in the Anthropocene: Achieving the Paradoxical?
Duncan French, University of Lincoln, UK
INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
10. The Challenge of Effective Compliance and Enforcement with International Environmental Law
Catherine Redgwell, University of Oxford, UK
11. Where's the Catch? Shifting Stocks, International Fisheries Management and the Climate Change Conundrum
Richard Caddell, Cardiff University, UK
INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COOPERATION
12. The Influence of Jus Cogens on International Crimes: Have they made any Difference?
Robert Cryer, formerly University of Birmingham, UK and University of the Free State, South Africa
13. The Achievements and Limits of Global Counter-terrorism Cooperation
Jacques Hartmann, Dundee University, UK