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CILJ-LCIL Annual Lecture 2020-2021: 'Brexit and Fisheries: International Law Dimensions of the 2018 White Paper and Current Fisheries Bill' - Professor Andrew Serdy, University of Southampton
Lecture summary: With the EU demand for continued access to the UK's exclusive economic zone for its fishing vessels seemingly the main outstanding condition for a trade agreement with the UK, this presentation first extracts from the eponymous White Paper and Bill [Act] a number of international legal issues that they raise, before moving on to further matters given only sketchy treatment in, or omitted altogether from, those documents, on which a firmer position ought to have been taken. Lastly, a new problem apparent for the first time in the Bill is discussed: navigational freedom of foreign fishing vessels in the UK EEZ, and a missed opportunity to legislate a related evidential presumption that would assist future prosecutions for illegal fishing.

Nov 20, 2020 01:00 PM in London

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Andrew Serdy
Professor Andrew Serdy is Professor of the Public International Law of the Sea @University of Southampton