Via her doctoral research Miriam Czarski explores the simultaneous wonder and welter that is ecosystem (-based) governance under international law, vis-à-vis the Arctic Ocean.
Miriam Czarski is a Doctoral Researcher in Law with the Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki. After qualifying as a solicitor and barrister in Canada in 2018, she completed her Master of Law in International Law at the University of Cambridge. Her research traverses the fields of public international law, sustainability law, the law of the sea, maritime law, and Arctic governance.
For a list of publications see Miriam's University of Helsinki Research Portal page.
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