Studies in Polar Law publishes monographs and collected works devoted to the legal regimes applicable to the Arctic and the Antarctic. It explores the problems faced by these regions and the solutions proposed on issues such as the environment, sovereignty, dispute resolution, climate change, the rights of indigenous peoples, other human rights, good governance, wildlife, natural resources governance, law of the sea, land and resource claims in the Polar regions, self-determination and self-government, economic development, Arctic security, and the Arctic Council, the Antarctic treaty system and other relevant intergovernmental co-operation.
Gudmundur Alfredsson, University of Akureyri, Iceland, and China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing
Timo Koivurova, Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Finland
Kees Bastmeijer, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Malgosia Fitzmaurice, Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom
Kamrul Hossain, Northern Institute for Environmental and Minority Law, Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Finland
Julia Jabour, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania, Australia
Mara Kimmel, Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage, USA
Stefan Kirchner, Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Finland.
Rauna Kuokkanen, University of Lapland, Finland
Xueping Li, Wuhan University, China
Natalia Loukacheva, University of Northern British Columbia, Canada
Bjarni Már Magnússon, University of Reykjavík, Iceland
Cécile Pelaudeix, Universities of Aarhus and Grenoble, Denmark and France
Oyvind Ravna, Arctic University of Norway
Dalee Sambo Dorough, University of Alaska Anchorage, USA