Seline Trevisanut

Utrecht University School of Law and Netherlands Institute for the Law of the Sea (NILOS)

Round table on maritime security (afternoon panels session, day 1)

Seline Trevisanut is Professor of International Law and Sustainability at Utrecht University School of Law, and Senior Research Associate at the Netherlands Institute for the Law of the Sea (NILOS). She is currently Principal Investigator of the ERC Starting Grant Project ‘Accommodating New Interests at Sea: Legal Tools for Sustainable Ocean Governance’ (SustainableOcean, 2015-2020). Before joining Utrecht University, Prof. Trevisanut conducted research and taught in many academic institutions including Columbia University, the European University Institute, the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, UC Berkeley, Universities of Cagliari, and the University of Milan.

Her publications include a monograph on Irregular migration by sea in international and EU law (Jovene 2012, in Italian), and edited volumes on Foreign Investment, International Law and Common Concerns (Routledge 2014), on Energy from the Sea: An International Law Perspective on Ocean Energy (Brill 2015) and on Migration in the Mediterranean: Mechanism of International Cooperation (Cambridge University Press 2015). She has extensively published in international journals and edited volumes, especially on the law of the sea. Her second monograph on The International Law of Offshore Installations: Through Fragmentation Towards Better Governance is forthcoming (Cambridge Studies of International and Comparative Law 2020).