Environmental and Natural Resources Law in an Isolated Island Nation: the Case of New Zealand 2016

 Háskóli ÍslandsProfessor Barry Barton on Environmental and Natural Resources Law in an Isolated Island Nation: the Case of New Zealand

Wednesday 14 September 2016, Prof. Barton will give an overview of environmental and natural resources law that are encountered in New Zealand and reflect on the ways that New Zealand and Iceland have similarities and differences in their circumstances, and on the way that comparative analysis can enhance legal research and law reform.
 
Barry Barton is a Professor of Law at the University of Waikato, and Director of the University´s Centre for Environmental, Resources and Energy Law. His main field of research is energy and natural resourceslaw. He has as well been active in international cooperation on these issues.
 
The lecture will be given in English and takes place in room 101 at Háskólatorg and commences at 11:30.
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