The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law: Gerard J. Mangone Prize
The Gerard J. Mangone Prize was established to mark the 90th birthday of the late Dr Gerard J. Mangone, co-editor of the Journal from 1992 until his death in 2011.
The Prize is awarded to the author of the best contribution published in The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law. The choice of the prize winner is made by a small jury of Editorial Board members, paying particular attention to articles by younger scholars. The prize includes a substantial selection of Brill| Nijhoff books.
- The EU’s Regulation on the Sustainable Management of External Fishing Fleets: International and European Law Perspectives (Open Access), Solène Guggisberg
- Submarine Telecommunications Cables and a Biodiversity Agreement in ABNJ: Finding New Routes for Cooperation, Andrew Friedman
- Port State Jurisdiction over Vessel Information: Territoriality, Extra-territoriality and the Future of Shipping, Bevan Marten
- An Environmental Management Strategy for the International Seabed Authority? The Legal Basis (Open Access), Aline Jaeckel
- Greenhouse Gas Emissions from International Shipping: The Response from China’s Shipping Industry to the Regulatory Initiatives of the International Maritime Organization, Yubing Shi
- For 2011, a small committee of the Editorial Board, Professors William Edeson and David Freestone, have recommended that a special award be made to Professor Robin Churchill for his outstanding contributions, in particular for his regular and outstanding Annual Survey of Dispute Settlement under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, which has become a major feature of the journal.
- The “Rainbow”: the First National Marine Protected Area proposed under the High Seas, Lisa Cherkassky Ribeiro
- Archipelagic Legislation of the Dominican Republic: An Assessment, Sophia Kopela