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Book review: trading fish, saving fish: the interaction between regimes in international law
journal contributionposted on 2023-05-21, 23:47 authored by Indiah Hodgson-JohnstonIndiah Hodgson-Johnston
Trading Fish, Saving Fish is an important and holistic analysis of the international legal framework regarding fisheries. Young embarks on a case-study based approach to the global fisheries regime to illustrate the problems of fragmentation of the international legal system. The author begins to fill the gap of previous, more singular, analyses of the large and complex regimes, which surround the competing norms of fisheries conservation versus fisheries consumption. While there is considerable scope for further research, this exceptional piece of work unequivocally gives practitioners a solid grounding and guidance into the issues facing the ever-growing and competing tools of governance used by the global fisheries regime.
Publication titleUniversity of Tasmania Law Review
Department/SchoolInstitute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
PublisherFaculty of Law, University of Tasmania
Place of publicationTasmania, Australia