Dorottya Bognar is a PhD Candidate at the Department of Sociology, Political Science and Community Planning, UiT – The Arctic University of Norway, and a guest researcher at the Fridtjof Nansen Institute in Lysaker, Norway. Her project focuses on the negotiations of the IMO’s mandatory Polar Code, and in particular Russia’s role in these negotiations. He research is also part of the A-LEX project “Regulating Arctic Shipping: Political, legal, technological and environmental challenges”. She holds an LL.M degree in Law of the Sea and an M.Phil degree in Peace and Conflict Transformation, both from UiT, and a BA degree in International Relations Studies from the University of Szeged, Hungary. Her passion is anything that has to do with ships and the sea.
- Norway’s Ambitious Climate Act: Implementation Potential of the Marine Resources Management Tools
- Slovenia/Croatia arbitration – Is the territorial sea delimitation inconsistent with the case law on maritime delimitation?
- The Maritime Aspects of the Award in the Arbitration between Croatia and Slovenia
- Remarks on the European Parliament’s proposal to ban Heavy Fuel Oils in the Arctic
- The Norwegian snow crab regime and foreign vessels – a commentary on the Juras Vilkas decision of the Øst-Finnmark District Court
- Compulsory Conciliation under the Law of the Sea Convention: rich pickings in the Decision on Objections to Competence of the Timor-Leste\Australia Conciliation Commission on
- The Maritime Aspects of the Award in the Arbitration between Croatia and Slovenia on
- The South China Sea Arbitration’s Interpretation of Article 121(3) of the LOSC: A Disquieting First on
- Sea-change in polar shipping: from Arctic to Antarctic Polar Code initiatives on