This course examines international climate law including both the current international legal frameworks and the negotiation of the future regime. The course will also explore fundamental questions about how international climate law interacts with national law and how private sector players participate in a global public international law regime. The course will examine the effectiveness of the regime and what is required to achieve safe levels of anthropogenic emissions.
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The cost of the course will be $1,980 per student, including GST.
Registrations for this course have now closed.
The course will be taught by one of Australia’s foremost climate lawyers, Martijn Wilder, a partner in Baker & McKenzie’s Sydney office, who is also an Adjunct Professor of the Centre of the Climate Law and Policy at ANU, and Ilona Millar, a Senior Associate at Baker & McKenzie and former legal advisor to the Alliance of Small Island States.
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