DR. ALAN KHEE-JIN TAN - Faculty of Law

DR. ALAN KHEE-JIN TAN
Professor, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
I. EDUCATION
Francis Light Primary, Penang, Malaysia - 1976 to 1978
Batu Lanchang Primary, Penang, Malaysia - 1979 to 1981
Penang Free School, Penang, Malaysia - 1982 to 1986
Raffles Junior College, Singapore; ASEAN Scholar - 1987 to 1988
Bachelor of Laws (LL.B), with Honours, National University of Singapore;
Kuok Foundation Scholar - 1989 to 1993
Master of Laws (LL.M), Yale Law School, New Haven, Connecticut, USA,
National University of Singapore Overseas Graduate Scholarship - 1994 to 1995
Doctor of the Science of Law (J.S.D.), Yale Law School,
National University of Singapore Overseas Graduate Scholarship - 1998 to 2001;
Yale Law School Ambrose Gherini Prize for Best Dissertation in International Law
II. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Professor, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore (NUS) - 2010 to present
Hauser Global Visiting Professor, New York University School of Law - Fall 2009
Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, NUS - 2002 to 2010
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, NUS - 2000 to 2002
Lecturer, Faculty of Law, NUS - 1995 to 2000
Senior Tutor, Faculty of Law, NUS - 1993 to 1995
Justices' Law Clerk, Supreme Court of Singapore, 1994
Deputy Director, Asian Law Institute (ASLI) - 2003 to 2006
Executive Committee, Asia Pacific Centre for Environmental Law (APCEL) - 1998 Vice-Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, Faculty of Law, NUS - 2006 to 2010
Director, New York University School of Law Singapore Program ([email protected]),
January 2012 to May 2014
III. RESEARCH PROJECTS AND GRANTS
1. Liberalization of the Aviation Industry among Asian Countries, Research Project R241-000-064-112 funded by the NUS Academic Research Fund, 2008 to 2013
2. A Study of Environmental Laws in the ASEAN Countries, RP950052, S$250,000
Research Project funded by the NUS Academic Research Fund, 1995 to 1998
3. Air Pollution in Pacific Rim Cities, Research Project under the auspices of the
Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU), 2002 to 2005
4. New Media Piracy and Perceptions of Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property
Academy, Singapore, 2005
5. Conservation For/By Whom? Social Controversies and Cultural Contestations
Regarding National Parks in the Malay Archipelago, Research Project R-111-000061-112 funded by the NUS Academic Research Fund, 2005 to 2006, in collaboration
with the Department of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science; the Department of
Sociology, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences; and the Asia Research Institute (ARI)
IV. CONSULTANCIES FOR RESEARCH AND TEACHING
1. Eminent Expert, International Advisory Panel on Transboundary Pollution, Ministry
of the Environment and Water Resources, Singapore, May 2014
2. Research Partner (with CIMB ASEAN Research Institute (CARI)), Network ASEAN
Forum on “A Strategy for ASEAN”, author of “Aviation Sector ‘Lifting-The-Barriers’
Report”, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, November 2013, http://www.cariasean.org/networkasean-forum/lifting-barriers-initiative/lifting-barriers-roundtables/ltb-aviation/
3. Short-Term Consultant, World Bank, “Air Transport Integration in the ASEAN Region”,
October 2013
4. “Toward a Single Aviation Market in ASEAN: Regulatory Reform and Industry
Challenges”, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA),
Explicating Jakarta Framework of Moving ASEAN Economic Community (AEC)
Beyond 2015, July - September 2013,
http://www.eria.org/publications/discussion_papers/toward-a-single-aviation-marketin-asean-regulatory-reform-and-industry-challenges.html
5. Hauser Global Visiting Professor, New York University (NYU) School of Law, New
York, USA, August to December 2009; Course taught: Global Aviation Law and Policy
6. Consultant, Interpretation of Fifth Freedom Rights under the ASEAN Multilateral
Agreements, ASEAN Airlines Meeting, August 2012
7. International Consultant and Instructor, International Air Transport Association
(IATA) Training Course, European Union (E.U.) Aviation Law, IATA Training and
Development Institute, Beijing, China, 14-16 September 2011
8. International Consultant on Open Skies and Maritime Sector Review in Indonesia,
Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative (IndII) and AusAID, Jakarta, Indonesia, May-June
2011
9. International Consultant on Liberalization of the Aviation Industry in ASEAN,
Centre for Asia-Pacific Aviation (CAPA) Consulting and the Association of
Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), December 2007 to June 2008
10. Consultant, Centre for Asia-Pacific Aviation (CAPA) Consulting and the AsiaPacific Economic Co-operation (APEC), October to December 2006
11. Consultant on Marine Pollution Laws: Singapore and Global Issues, Regional
Institute of Environmental Technology (RIET), November 2006, Singapore
12. Consultant on International Maritime Law and the International Maritime
Organization, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, January 2004, Singapore
13. Consultant on Environmental, Health and Safety Laws in Singapore, Regional
Institute of Environmental Technology (RIET), March 2004, Singapore
14. International Consultant on the Review of Regional Mechanisms for Coastal and
Ocean Governance in the Seas of East Asia, Partnerships in Environmental
Management for the Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA), United Nations Development
Programme (UNDP) and Global Environmental Facility (GEF), October 2003,
Manila, Philippines
15. Lecturer on International and Asia-Pacific Environmental Law, Graduate Programme
of the Faculty of Law, University of Sydney, Australia, 22-23 September 2001
16. International Consultant on Environmental Sustainability to the Swedish International
Development Agency (SIDA) and the Ministry of Science, Technology and
Environment, Vietnam, 24-25 November 1997, Hanoi, Socialist Republic of Vietnam
17. International Consultant on Laws and Legal Reform to the Government of Vietnam
and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Project VIE/94/003 "Strengthening the Legal Capacity in Vietnam"; 12-21 April 1997, Ministry of
Justice, Hanoi, Socialist Republic of Vietnam
V. PUBLICATIONS
A. Books and Monographs
1. Vessel-Source Marine Pollution: The Law and Politics of International Regulation,
Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law Series, Cambridge
University Press, 416 pp. (2006)
http://www.cambridge.org/gh/academic/subjects/law/environmental-law/vessel-source-marinepollution-law-and-politics-international-regulation?format=HB
2. Biodiversity and Human Livelihoods in Protected Areas: Case Studies from the
Malay Archipelago, Cambridge University Press (Navjot S. Sodhi, Maribeth Erb,
Gregory Acciaioli & Alan Khee-Jin Tan, eds.) (2008)
http://www.cambridge.org/gh/academic/subjects/life-sciences/ecology-andconservation/biodiversity-and-human-livelihoods-protected-areas-case-studies-malayarchipelago?format=PB
3. Developments in Singapore and Malaysian Law, Proceedings of the National
University of Singapore - University of Malaya Centennial Law Symposia 2005,
Marshall Cavendish Press (Alan Tan Khee Jin & Azmi Sharom, eds.) (2006)
4. Analysis of Approaches Taken to Liberalization of International Air Services by
Australia’s Major Trading Partners (with Ian Thomas), CAPA Consulting and
Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local
Government, Australia (2008)
5. Liberalization of Air Services in the APEC Region, 1995-2005, (with Ian Thomas),
Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC) and the Australian Department of
Transport and Regional Services (2007)
6. Developing ASEAN’s Single Aviation Market and Regional Air Services
Agreements with Dialogue Partners (with Ian Thomas, David Stone, Andrew
Drysdale & Phil McDermott), ASEAN-Australia Development Co-operation
Programme, REPSF Project II No. 07/003 (2008)
7. Ten Years After Rio: Implementing Sustainable Development, Special Feature,
Singapore Journal of International and Comparative Law (Alan Tan & Koh Kheng
Lian, eds.) (2002)
8. Environmental Laws of the Southeast Asian Countries: A Preliminary Assessment,
Asia Pacific Centre for Environmental Law, 162 pp. (1998)
9. Proceedings of the IPS-IMO International Conference on Navigational Safety and
Control of Pollution in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore, Special Feature,
Singapore Journal of International and Comparative Law (Robert C Beckman, Lim
Lei Theng & Alan Tan, eds.) (1998)
B. Internationally-Refereed Journal Articles
1. “The 2010 ASEAN-China Air Transport Agreement: Much Ado over Fifth Freedom
Rights?”, Vol. 14 (1) Issues in Aviation Law and Policy 19 (2014) (USA)
2. “Antitrust Immunity for Trans-Pacific Airline Alliance Agreements: Singapore and
China as ‘Beyond’ Markets”, Vol. 38, Air and Space Law 275 (2013) (Netherlands)
3. “India's Evolving Policy on International Civil Aviation”, Vol. 38, Air and Space Law
439 (2013) (Netherlands)
4. “The 2010 ASEAN-China Air Transport Agreement: Placing the Cart Before
the Horse?” Vol. 37, Air and Space Law 35 (2012) (Netherlands)
5. “The E.U. Ship-Source Pollution Directive and State Jurisdiction over Pollution from
Ships”, Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly 469 (2010) (United Kingdom)
6. “The 2004 Damascus Agreement: Liberalizing Market Access and Ownership
Rules for Arab Air Carriers”, Vol. 35, Annals of Air and Space Law 1 (2010)
(Canada)
7. “Challenges and Strategies for Liberalizing Vietnam’s Airline Industry”, Vol. 11(2),
Australian Journal of Asian Law 1 (2010) (Australia)
8. “The ASEAN Multilateral Agreement on Air Services: En Route to Open Skies?”,
Vol. 16(6), Journal of Air Transport Management 289 (2010) (Netherlands)
9. “Aviation Policy in the Philippines and the Impact of the Proposed Southeast Asian
Single Aviation Market”, Vol. 34, Air and Space Law 285 (2009) (Netherlands)
10. “Prospects for a Single Aviation Market in Southeast Asia”, Vol. 34, Annals of Air
and Space Law 253 (2009) (Canada)
11. “New Dimensions in Liberalizing Aviation - The Proposed Southeast Asian Single
Aviation Market and Implications for Northeast Asia”, Vol. 6(1), Soochow Law
Journal 133 (2009) (Taiwan)
12. “Airline Agreements and Competition Law: Qantas Airways’ Operations in
Singapore”, Vol. 33, Annals of Air and Space Law 111 (2008) (Canada)
13. “Singapore’s New Air Services Agreements with the E.U. and the U.K.:
Implications for Liberalization in Asia”, Vol. 73(2) Journal of Air Law and
Commerce 351 (2008) (USA)
14. "Liberalizing Aviation in the Asia-Pacific Region: The Impact of the E.U. Horizontal
Mandate", Vol. XXXI Air & Space Law 432 (2006) (Netherlands) - Winner of the
2006 Isabella Diederiks-Verschoor Prize for Best Publication in Air and Space
Law, awarded by the Board of Editors, Air & Space Law and Kluwer Law
International
15. "Biodiversity and Human Livelihood Crises in the Malay Archipelago", Vol. 20:6
Conservation Biology 1811 (2006) (USA) (with N S Sodhi, T M Brooks, L P
Koh, G Acciaioli, M Erb, L M Curran, P Brosius, T M Lee, J M Patlis, M Gumal
and R J Lee)
16. “All that Glitters: Foreign Investment in Mining Trumps the Environment in the
Philippines”, Vol. 23:1 Pace Environmental Law Review 183 (Winter 2005-2006)
(USA)
17. "The ASEAN Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution: Prospects for
Compliance and Effectiveness in Post-Suharto Indonesia", Vol. 13 New York
University Environmental Law Journal 647 (2005) (USA)
18. “Revisiting Section 300(c) Murder in Singapore”, Vol. 17 Singapore Academy of
Law Journal 693 (2005) (Singapore)
19. "Environmental Laws and Institutions in Southeast Asia: A Review of Recent
Developments", Vol. 8 Singapore Year Book of International Law 177 (2004)
(Singapore)
20. "Recent Institutional Developments on the Environment in Southeast Asia: A
Report Card on the Region", Vol. 6, Singapore Journal of International and
Comparative Law 891 (2002) (Singapore)
21. "Forest Fires of Indonesia: State Responsibility and International Liability", Vol.
48, International and Comparative Law Quarterly 826 (1999) (United Kingdom)
22. "Environmental Laws in Vietnam: Country Report" Vol. 2, Asia-Pacific Journal of
Environmental Law 28 (1998) (United Kingdom) (with Vu Thu Hanh)
23. "The Regulation of Vessel-Source Marine Pollution: Reconciling the Maritime and
Coastal State Interests", Vol. 1, Singapore Journal of International and Comparative
Law 355 (1997) (Singapore)
24. "Adverse Inferences and the Right to Silence: Re-examining the Singapore
Experience", Criminal Law Review 471 (July 1997) (United Kingdom)
25. "The Straits of Malacca and Singapore: Navigational Safety and Marine
Pollution", Vol. 1, Singapore Journal of International and Comparative Law 395
(1997) (Singapore)
26. "Protection of the Marine Environment in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore:
Developments at the IPS-IMO International Conference on Navigational Safety
and Control of Pollution in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore", 2 Asia-Pacific
Journal of Environmental Law 81 (1997) (United Kingdom)
C. Book Chapters
1. “Can’t We Even Share Our Maps? Co-operative and Unilateral Mechanisms to
Combat Forest Fires and Transboundary ‘Haze’ in Southeast Asia”, in
Proceedings of the International Conference on Transboundary Pollution: Evolving
Issues of International Law and Policy, Edward Elgar Publishing (2014), (United
Kingdom), forthcoming
2. “The Future of Multilateral Liberalization of Air Transport in Asia”, in Air Transport
in the Asia Pacific, Ashgate (David Timothy Duval, ed.) (2014) (United Kingdom)
3. “The E.U. Ship-Source Pollution Directive and Recent Expansions of Coastal State
Jurisdiction”, in Law, Technology and Science for Oceans in Globalization, Brill
Publishers (Davor Vidas, ed.) (2010) (Netherlands)
4. “Protected Area Management in Indonesia and Malaysia: The Challenge of Divided
Competences between Centre and Periphery”, in Biodiversity and Human
Livelihoods in Protected Areas: Case Studies from the Malay Archipelago,
Cambridge University Press (Navjot S. Sodhi, Maribeth Erb, Gregory Acciaioli &
Alan Khee-Jin Tan, eds.) (2008) (United Kingdom)
5. “The Evolution of Section 300(c) Murder in Singapore and Malaysia”, in
Developments in Singapore and Malaysian Law, Marshall Cavendish Press (Alan
Tan Khee Jin & Azmi Sharom, eds.) (2006) (Singapore)
6. “Introduction and Overview of Chapters” (with Azmi Sharom), in Developments in
Singapore and Malaysian Law, Marshall Cavendish Press (Alan Tan Khee Jin &
Azmi Sharom, eds.) (2006) (Singapore)
7. “The Legal Perspective”, in Lim Sun Sun, Illegal Downloading and Pirated Media in
Singapore: Consumer Awareness, Motivations and Attitudes, Intellectual Property
Academy, Singapore (2006) (Singapore)
8. “Recent Developments Relating to Terrorism and Aviation Security”, in
Comparative Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy, V. Ramraj, M. Hor & K. Roach, eds.,
Cambridge University Press (2005) (United Kingdom)
9. "The Sea Transport Industry and the Challenges of State Regulation", in Sea and
Human Security, N. Azimi, H. Nakayama & M. Fuller, eds., Lyndon B. Johnson
School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin (2002) (USA)
10. "Shipping and Ports: Partners in Sustaining the Environment or Free Riders?", in
Tropical Marine Environment: Charting Strategies for the Millennium, F. M.
Yusoff, M. Shariff, H.M. Ibrahim, S.G. Tan and S.Y. Tai, eds., Malacca Straits
Research and Development Centre, Universiti Putra Malaysia (2002) (Malaysia)
11. “Control of Pollution in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore: Rapporteur's
Report”, in Proceedings of the IPS-IMO International Conference on Navigational
Safety and Control of Pollution in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore, Robert C.
Beckman, Lim Lei Theng & Alan Tan, eds., Special Feature, Singapore Journal of
International and Comparative Law (1998) (Singapore)
12. “Country Report: Vietnam”, in Environmental Legislation and Sustainable
Development, Robert C. Beckman and Lal Kurukulasuriya, eds., UNEP/APCEL
Publication Series, Issue No. 1, U.N. Environment Programme and Asia-Pacific
Centre for Environmental Law (1998) (Thailand/Singapore)
13. “Marine Pollution Legislation and Implementation: Singapore”, in Proceedings of
the Regional Network on the Legal Aspects of Marine Pollution: Inception
Workshop, 106-112, Global Environmental Facility/UNDP/IMO Regional Program
for the Prevention and Management of Marine Pollution in the East Asian Seas,
Manila (1997) (Philippines)
D. Book Reviews
1. Environmental Law in Development: Lessons from the Indonesian Experience,
Michael Faure, Nicole Niessen (eds.), Vol. 44 No. 1, Bulletin of Indonesian
Economic Studies 44, 162 (2008) (Australia)
2. Towards Integrated Environmental Law in Indonesia?, Adriaan Bedner & Nicole
Niessen (eds.), Vol. 7(2), Australian Journal of Asian Law 201 (2005) (Australia)
3. Sustaining the Asia Pacific Miracle, Daniel C. Esty & Andre Dua, Vol. 1, Singapore
Journal of International and Comparative Law (1998) (Singapore)
4. Shipping and the Environment: Law and Practice, Colin de la Rue & C. Anderson,
Vol. 1, Singapore Journal of International and Comparative Law (2000)
(Singapore)
E. Official Reports and Papers
1. “Assessing the Prospects for an E.U.-ASEAN Air Transport Agreement”,
Discussion Paper No 2015-02, International Transport Forum, Organization for
Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Paris, France, January 2015,
at http://www.internationaltransportforum.org/jtrc/DiscussionPapers/DP201502.pdf
2. “Toward a Single Aviation Market in ASEAN: Regulatory Reform and Industry
Challenges”, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)
Discussion Paper Series, October 2013, at http://www.eria.org/ERIA-DP-201322.pdf
3. “Air Transport Integration in the ASEAN Region”, World Bank, Washington, DC,
USA, October 2013
4. “Review of Regional Mechanisms for Ocean and Coastal Governance in the Seas
of East Asia”, Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East
Asia (PEMSEA), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) & Global
Environmental Facility (GEF), Manila, Philippines, March 2003
5. “The Legal Framework on Environmental Protection in Vietnam” (with Robert C.
Beckman), Short-Term Experts' Research Report, United Nations Development
Programme (UNDP) & Ministry of Justice, Vietnam, May 1997
F. Opinion-Editorials and Industry Publications
1. “AirAsia Crash: Budget Carriers Will Still Fly High”, Straits Times, Singapore, 3
January 2015
http://www.straitstimes.com/the-big-story/asia-report/indonesia/story/airasia-crash-budgetcarriers-will-still-fly-high-20150103
2. “AirAsia Disaster’s Lasting Effects”, CNN Opinion, 30 December 2014
http://www.cnn.com/2014/12/30/opinion/tan-airasia-impact-asia/
3. “Jetstar’s Arrival Puts Airline Control Rules in the Spotlight”, South China
Morning Post, Hong Kong, 22 April 2014
http://www.scmp.com/comment/article/1493619/jetstar-hong-kongs-arrival-puts-airline-controlrules-spotlight
4. “Wresting Back Lost Traffic: The E.U. and ASEAN Contemplate ‘Open Skies’”,
Asian Aviation, Vol. 12 No. 6, July-August 2014
5. “Malaysia Airlines Problems Run Far Deeper Than the Crashes”, The
Conversation, 8 September 2014
http://theconversation.com/malaysia-airlines-problems-run-far-deeper-than-the-crashes31384
6. “As 2015 Nears, ASEAN’s Single Aviation Market Must Gear Up for New but
Harder Phase”, Airline Leader, Centre for Aviation (CAPA), Australia, Issue 25,
November 2014
7. “Clear Take-Off on ASEAN Open Skies”, Straits Times, Singapore, 5 April 2013
http://cil.nus.edu.sg/wp/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/AlanTan-ASEAN-Open-Skies.pdf
8. “ASEAN’s Single Aviation Market: Miles to Go”, Airline Leader, Centre for
Aviation (CAPA), Australia, Issue 20, December 2013
9. “ASEAN Nations Face Balancing Act”, Airline Business, March 2012 (with David
Knibb)
G. Conference and Seminar Presentations
1. “The Impact of the ASEAN Single Aviation Market on Aerospace Industries”,
Aerospace Forum, Engaging the Stakeholders’ Forum Series, Civil Aviation
Authority of the Philippines (CAAP), The Heritage Hotel, Manila, 13-14 April 2015
2. “Exploring the ASEAN Single Aviation Market”, Analysis for Cebu Pacific Air,
Airline Operations Centre Building, Pasay City, Manila, 14 April 2015
3. “Is the ASEAN Single Aviation Market Truly Single?”, ASEAN Aviation Summit,
Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition – LIMA ’15, Mahsuri
International Exhibition Centre, Langkawi, Malaysia, 18-19 March 2015
4. “Towards An ASEAN Single Aviation Market”, Regional Conference on the
ASEAN Single Aviation Market, ASEAN Air Transport Integration Project (AATIP),
Bangkok, Thailand, 10-11 March 2015
5. “Aeropolitical Brand Battles in Asia”, Moderator and Panellist, International Air
Transport Association (IATA) Legal Symposium, Seoul, Republic of Korea, 26-27
February 2015
6. “Lifting the Barriers on ASEAN Aviation”, ASEAN Business Advisory Council
(ASEAN-BAC) Stocktake Activity, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 28 January 2015
7. “Singapore’s Transboundary Haze Pollution Act 2014”, Regional Training for
Judges on Environmental Law Issues: The Role of the Judiciary in Addressing
Transboundary Environmental Issues in ASEAN Countries, Supreme Court of the
Republic of Indonesia and the ASEAN Law Association, Jakarta and Bogor,
Indonesia, 14-16 January 2015
8. “Who Will Dominate ASEAN’s ‘Open’ Skies?”, Aviation Outlook Asia, Suntec
International Convention and Exhibition Centre, Singapore, 29 October 2014
9. “Aviation: Transformation Time”, Panelist, Web in Travel (WIT) Conference 2014,
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, 29 October 2014
10. “ASEAN Liberalization: Open Skies or Just Blue Sky?”, Panelist, Centre for
Aviation (CAPA) Asia Aviation Summit and LCC Congress, 14 October 2014
11. “The E.U. and ASEAN Contemplate a Comprehensive Air Transport Agreement:
What Will It Contain and Can It Work?”, paper for the International Transport
Forum (ITF), Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD),
presented at the 2014 Air Transport Research Society (ATRS) World Conference,
Kedge Business School, Bordeaux, France, 17-20 July 2014
12. “Singapore’s Proposed Transboundary Haze Pollution Act”, Panel Presentation on
“Winds of Change: A Forecast for Businesses and the Transboundary Haze”,
American Chamber of Commerce Seminar, Singapore, 24 July 2014
13. “Liberalizing Air Transport in the Asia-Pacific and the ASEAN Single Aviation
Market”, Civil Aviation Management Programme (CAMP), Singapore Aviation
Academy, Singapore, 14 July 2014
14. “Liberalizing Air Transport in the Asia Pacific and the Prospects for an ASEAN
Single Aviation Market”, Course on International Air Law: Concepts and
Applications, Singapore Aviation Academy, Singapore, 9 July 2014
15. “Aeropolitics: The Battle of the Hubs and Single Aviation Markets”, Keynote
Presentation, Abacus International and Sabre Travel Network Airline Conference
2014, W Retreat and Spa, Bali, Indonesia, 18-20 June 2014
16. “Liberalizing Aviation in Asia and the ASEAN Single Aviation Market: Outlook and
Implications”, JP Morgan Transport and Logistics Ecosystem 1X1 Forum, Tower
Club Singapore, 19 May 2014
17. “ASEAN Open Skies - What Does It Mean for Aircraft Orders and Deliveries?”,
Panelist, Centre for Aviation (CAPA) Airline Fleet and Finance Summit Asia,
Singapore, 25-26 March 2014
18. “The Battle of the Hubs: Middle East vs. Far East”, Routes Asia Strategy Summit,
Kuching, Malaysia, 9 March 2014
19. “The ASEAN Single Aviation Market and Stakeholder Co-operation”, ASEAN Air
Transport Integration Project (AATIP), Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 6-7 March 2014
20. “Prospects for an E.U.-ASEAN Open Aviation Agreement”, panel presentation on
“Single Aviation Markets: EU and ASEAN Experiences in Integrating Markets,
Removing Barriers and Regulating Air Transport”, European Union (E.U.) –
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Aviation Summit, Singapore, 1112 February 2014, http://ec.europa.eu/transport/modes/air/events/eu-aseanaviation-summit_en.htm
21. “Can’t We Even Share Our Maps? Co-operative and Unilateral Mechanisms to
Combat Forest Fires and Transboundary ‘Haze’ in Southeast Asia”, International
Conference on Transboundary Pollution: Evolving Issues of International Law and
Policy, Centre for International Law (CIL), Singapore, 27-28 February 2014
22. “ASEAN Open Skies”, Keynote Presentation, Inaugural Asia-Pacific Aviation and
Aerospace Forum (APAAF), Bank of China Aviation (BOC) Aviation, Singapore,
13 November 2013
23. “Open Skies in ASEAN and the Impact of the ASEAN-China Air Transport
Agreement”, ICAO/CAAC Symposium on Low-Cost Carriers, Civil Aviation Authority of
China (CAAC), Beijing, China, 5-6 November 2013
24. “The Low Cost Effect”, Panelist, Web in Travel (WIT) Conference 2013,
Singapore, 22-23 October 2013
25. “Liberalizing Air Transport in Asia and the Proposed Southeast Asian Single
Aviation Market”, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Master of Business
Administration Program, Singapore Aviation Academy, 3 September 2013
26. “The Aviation Sector - Lifting the Barriers”, Roundtable on Lifting Barriers, “A
Strategy for ASEAN”, Network ASEAN Forum, CIMB ASEAN Research Institute
(CARI) and AirAsia Berhad, Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, 22-23 August 2013
27. “Big Growth and the Emerging Aviation Markets – ASEAN”, Panelist, Centre for
Aviation (CAPA) Australia Pacific Aviation Summit, Sydney, Australia, 7-9 August
2013
28. “Case Study: Liberalization of the Aviation Industry in the Asia-Pacific and ASEAN
Regions”, Civil Aviation Management Programme (CAMP), Singapore Aviation
Academy, Singapore, 16 July 2013
29. “Liberalizing Air Transport in the Asia-Pacific and ASEAN Regions”, Course on
International Air Law: Concepts and Applications, Singapore Aviation Academy,
Singapore, 10 July 2013
30. “Aviation Liberalization in ASEAN and the Greater Asian Region”, Study Visit,
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Centre for International Law (CIL),
Singapore, 26 June 2013
31. “Toward a Single Aviation Market in ASEAN: Regulatory Reform and Industry
Challenges”, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA),
Explicating Jakarta Framework of Moving ASEAN Economic Community (AEC)
Beyond 2015, Jakarta, Indonesia, 29 April 2013
32. “ASEAN Open Skies: Impact on Regional Connectivity”, Embraer Airline Business
Seminar, Hilton Millennium Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand, 24 April 2013
33. “Competition Law and Antitrust Immunity for Airline Joint Ventures and Alliances in
Asia”, International Air Transport Association (IATA) Legal Symposium, Berlin,
Germany, 17 - 19 February 2013
34. Moderator, “ASEAN Open Skies”, Symposium on ASEAN Economic Community
by 2015? Private Sector Perspectives”, ASEAN Secretariat, Jakarta, Indonesia, 19
September 2012
35. “Interpreting Fifth Freedom Rights under the ASEAN Multilateral Agreements”,
nd
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22 ASEAN Airlines Meeting (AAM), in conjunction with the 26 ASEAN Air
Transport Working Group (ATWG) Meeting, Bangkok, Thailand, 27-28 August
2012
36. “Case Study: Liberalization of the Aviation Industry – From Bilateralism to
Multilateralism”, Civil Aviation Management Programme (CAMP), Singapore
Aviation Academy, Singapore, 10 July 2012
37. “Liberalizing Air Transport in the Asia-Pacific and the Prospects for an ASEAN
Single Aviation Market”, Course on International Air Law: Concepts and
Applications, Singapore Aviation Academy, Singapore, 4 July 2012
38. “Competition Law and the Airline Industry in Asia: Toward ‘Metal Neutrality’?”
Rajah & Tann Regulatory Day 2012, Fullerton Hotel, Singapore, 17 May 2012
39. “Liberalizing Air Transport in Asia and the Proposed Southeast Asian Single
Aviation Market”, Graduate Diploma in Aviation Management, Singapore Aviation
Academy, Singapore, 16 May 2012
40. “Competition Law Developments in the Aviation Industry in Singapore and Asia”,
International Air Transport Association (IATA) Legal Symposium, Shanghai,
China, 6-7 February 2012
41. “Liberalizing Air Transport in Asia and the Proposed Southeast Asian Single
Aviation Market”, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Master of Business
Administration Programme, Singapore Aviation Academy, Singapore, 13 January
2012
42. “New Challenges for the Airline Industry: Antitrust Immunity for Global Airline
Alliances and the E.U.'s Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS)”, National University of
Singapore Faculty of Law Research Seminar Series, Singapore, 5 October 2011
43. “ASEAN Open Skies and Prospects for Carriers”, Embraer Airline Business
Seminar, Mandarin Orchard Hotel, Singapore, 20 September 2011
44. European Union (E.U.) Aviation Law, International Air Transport Association
(IATA) Training and Development Institute, Beijing, China, 14 to 16 September
2011
45. “Liberalization of the Aviation Industry – From Bilateralism to Multilateralism”, Civil
Aviation Management Programme (CAMP), Singapore Aviation Academy,
Singapore, 11 July 2011
46. “Liberalising Air Transport in the Asia-Pacific and the Prospects for an ASEAN
Single Aviation Market”, Course on International Air Law: Concepts and
Applications, Singapore Aviation Academy, Singapore, 6 July 2011
47. “The New Air Transport Agreement Between the ASEAN States and China:
Breaking New Ground?”, 15th Air Transport Research Society (ATRS) World
Conference, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 29 June – 2 July
2011
48. “Air Transport in Asia and ASEAN”, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Master
of Business Administration Programme, Singapore Aviation Academy, Singapore,
6 June 2011
49. “A Single Aviation Market in ASEAN”, Graduate Diploma in Aviation Management,
Singapore Aviation Academy, Singapore, 24 May 2011
50. “ASEAN ‘Open Skies’: Toward an ASEAN Single Aviation Market?”, ASEAN Open
Skies Seminar, Directorate-General of Civil Aviation, Ministry of Transportation,
Jakarta, Indonesia, 18 November 2010
51. “Aviation Liberalization in the Middle East and Developments in Asia and Europe”,
Second Meeting of the Working Group formed by the Arab Ministers of Transport,
UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates,
15 September 2010
52. “Liberalization of Aviation Services in Asia”, McGill University Institute of Air and
Space Law, Singapore Aviation Academy and NUS Centre for International Law
Conference on Air Transport, Air Law and Regulation, Singapore, 24-26 May 2010
53. “Liberalizing Air Transport in Asia”, Course on International Air Law: Concepts and
Applications, Singapore Aviation Academy, Singapore, 16 May 2010
54. “The ASEAN Single Aviation Market”, ASEAN Airlines Meeting (AAM), held in
conjunction with the 21st ASEAN Air Transport Working Group (ATWG) Meeting,
Singapore, 22 March 2010
55. “The International Maritime Organization (IMO) and Marine Pollution
Conventions”, ASEAN Workshop on UNCLOS and Marine Biodiversity, National
Parks Board and ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity, Fort Canning Centre, Singapore,
1-3 July 2009
56. “Aviation Liberalization in the Region”, Course on International Air Law: Concepts
and Applications, Singapore Aviation Academy, Singapore, 26 May 2009
57. “The Proposed Southeast Asian Single Aviation Market”, McGill University Institute
of Air and Space Law (IASL) International Conference on Air Transport, Law and
Regulation: Challenges for the Middle East, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 1416 April 2009
58. Discussant, Asian Environments Shaping the World: Conceptions of Nature and
Environmental Practices, Office of Research, National University of Singapore, 1921 March 2009
59. “Prospects for an ASEAN Single Aviation Market”, International Air Transport
Association (IATA) Legal Symposium, Bangkok, Thailand, 9 February 2009
60. “New Dimensions in Liberalizing Aviation - the Proposed Southeast Asian Single
Aviation Market and Implications for Northeast Asia”, Taipei Conference on
International and Comparative Law, Soochow University Law School, Taipei,
Taiwan, 29 December 2008
61. “Liberalizing Asian Aviation: Recent Developments in the Region”, Korea Aviation
University, Seoul, Korea, 25 September 2008
62. “The E.U. and the Development of Measures Against Ship-Source Pollution: The
View from the Outside”, Conference on The World Ocean in Globalization:
Challenges for Marine Regions, Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Oslo, Norway, 21-23
August 2008
63. “Developing ASEAN’s Single Aviation Market”, ASEAN Transport Working Group
(ATWG) Meeting, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 14 August 2008
64. “Recent Developments on Aviation Liberalisation”, Course on International Air
Law: Concepts and Applications, Singapore Aviation Academy, Singapore, 28
May 2008
65. “Environmental Regulation in Southeast Asia – the Case of the 2002 ASEAN
Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution”, European Commission Conference
on Environmental Policy in the Context of Regional Integration, Swissotel The
Stamford, Singapore, 22 November 2007
66. Discussant, Symposium on Law, Institutions and Governance, Humanities and
Social Sciences Research Centre, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore,
7 August 2007
67. “Ocean Security for Asia - Recent Trends and Potential Issues”, Workshop on the
Tokyo Ocean Declaration: Upholding the Advocacy, Ocean Research Policy
Foundation (Japan) and the East Asian Seas Congress 2006, Haikou, Hainan,
People’s Republic of China, 12-16 December 2006
68. “The Indonesian Haze: Issues and Challenges”, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public
Policy, Singapore, 9 November 2006
69. “Marine Pollution Laws: Singapore and Global Issues”, Regional Institute of
Environmental Technology (RIET) Symposium, Singapore, 8 November 2006
70. “Research Collaboration in International Law Among Asian Academics: The Case
of Aviation Law and Policy in the Asia-Pacific”, University of New South Wales
Faculty of Law Symposium, Sydney, Australia, 21 October 2006
71. “The Aviation Industry in the Asia Pacific”, Course on International Air Law:
Concepts and Applications, Singapore Aviation Academy, Singapore, 31 May
2006
72. “Aviation, GATS and Multilateral Trade: Facing Up to the Aviation Blocs of the
United States and the European Union”, 3rd Asian Law Institute (ASLI) Annual
Conference, East China University of Politics and Law, Shanghai, People’s
Republic of China, 25-26 May 2006
73. “Liberalizing the Aviation Industry in Asia: In Starts and Stops”, 36th Seoul
International Conference on Air and Space Law, Korean Institute of Air and Space
Law, Seoul, Republic of Korea, 8 May 2006
74. “The Challenge of Teaching Law Comparatively in Singapore”, Yonsei University
College of Law, Seoul, Republic of Korea, 18 April 2006
75. “Regional Autonomy in Indonesia: Decentralizing Natural Resource
(Mis)management”, Seminar at the Faculty of Law, McGill University, Montreal,
Canada, 9 November 2005
76. “In Fits and Starts: Liberalizing the Aviation Industry in the Asia-Pacific”, Seminar
at Institute of Air and Space Law (IASL), McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 1
November 2005
77. “Institutional and Political Challenges for Air Pollution Control”, Urban
Environmental Governance in Global Perspective – An International Workshop,
Center for International Business Education and Research, College Initiative in
Internationalization and Urbanization and the Center for International Studies and
the Department of Political Science, University of Southern California, Los
Angeles, USA, 23-24 September 2005
78. “Protected Area Management in Indonesia and Malaysia”, Workshop on
Conservation for/by Whom? Social Controversies and Cultural Contestations
regarding National Parks and Reserves in the Malay Archipelago, Department of
Sociology, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences; Department of Biological Sciences,
Faculty of Science; Asia-Pacific Centre for Environmental Law, Faculty of Law;
Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore; Singapore, 16-18 May
2005
79. “Revisiting Section 300(c) Murder in Singapore and Malaysia”, National University
of Singapore – University of Malaya Centennial Law Symposium, University of
Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 23 April 2005
80. “The Legal Implications of the ISPS Code on Commercial Shipping”,
LAWASIADownunder2005 Conference, Gold Coast, Australia, 21-25 March 2005
81. “Software, Music and Movie Piracy: The Consumer Perspective” (with Lim Sun
Sun), Intellectual Property Academy Seminar, Singapore, 6 January 2005
82. "Institutional Challenges for Air Pollution Control in Selected Pacific Rim Cities",
Urban Governance in Global Perspective Workshop, Center for International
Business Education and Research, the College Initiative in Internationalization and
Urbanization and the Center for International Studies, University of Southern
California, Los Angeles, USA, 17-18 September 2004
83. “Terrorism and the Aviation Industry”, Conference on Comparative Anti-Terrorism
Law and Policy, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 24-26 June 2004
84. “Forest Fires and Haze in Southeast Asia: Prospects for Compliance with the 2002
ASEAN Agreement on Transboundary Haze”, Asian Law Institute (ASLI) Inaugural
Conference, Singapore, 27-28 May 2004
85. “Environmental Law Challenges in Southeast Asia”, 4th All-Asia Public Interest
Environmental Law Conference, Tiaong, Quezon, Philippines, 22-26 March 2004
86. “Pollution from Ships and the International Maritime Organization (IMO)
Conventions”, Graduate Diploma in Maritime Port Management Programme,
Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, 3 March - 19 May 2003
87. "Regional Mechanisms for Ocean and Coastal Governance in the Seas of East
Asia: A Preliminary Assessment", Experts' Meeting on Strategies for Better
Coastal and Marine Governance, Partnerships in Environmental Management for
the Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 18-20 November 2002
88. “The Sea Transport Industry and the Challenges of State Regulation”, United
Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) Conference on the Seas
and Security, Hiroshima, Japan, 7-8 March 2002
89. “Environmental Protection and Management in Southeast Asia”, Seminar for
Ministry of the Environment (ENV) Senior Officers, Singapore, 26 March 2002
90. “Shipping and Ports: Partners in Sustaining the Environment or Free Riders?",
International Conference on the Straits of Malacca II: Tropical Marine Environment
- Charting Strategies for the Millennium, Malacca Straits Research and
Development Centre (MASDEC), Universiti Putra Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia, 1518 October 2001
91. "Reconciling Environmental and Developmental Imperatives in Singapore and
Cross-Border Environmental Protection in ASEAN", International Conference on
ASEAN Legal Systems and Regional Integration, Asia-Europe Institute, University
of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 3-4 September 2001
92. "The Haze Disaster of 1997 in Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei: Issues of State
Responsibility and International Liability", Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and
Institute of Commonwealth Studies, London, United Kingdom, 27 October 1999
93. “Indonesia’s Liability for Forest Fires and Haze: A Discussion”, School of Oriental
and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, London, United Kingdom,
December 1999
94. "Land/Forest Fires: Indonesian Environmental Legislation and its Implementation",
Southeast Asian Land/Forest Fires: Science and Policy Conference, Office of
Research, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 30 April - 2 May 1998
95. "Integrating International Conventions on Nature Conservation into the Domestic
Legal Framework", Seminar on Implementation of International Treaties relating to
Conservation of Nature, Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) and
Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment, Hanoi, Vietnam, 24-25
November 1997
96. “Environmental Laws in Southeast Asian Countries”, Singapore Association of
Environmentally Friendly Companies (SAFECO) Seminar, Singapore, 7 November
1997
97. “Environmental Law in ASEAN”, Singapore Academy of Law, 28 June 1997
98. “Marine Pollution Legislation and Implementation: Republic of Singapore, Meeting
of Legal Experts of the Global Environmental Facility / U.N. Development
Programme / International Maritime Organisation Regional Programme for the
Prevention and Management of Marine Pollution in the East Asian Seas, Manila,
May 1997
99. “Environmental Protection in ASEAN: An Update”, Seminar for Ministry of the
Environment (ENV) senior officers, Singapore, 28 April 1997
100. “A Comparative Analysis of Environmental Laws in Southeast Asia: Lessons for
Vietnam", Government of Vietnam & United Nations Development Programme
Project VIE/94/003 on Strengthening the Legal Capacity in Vietnam, Ministry of
Justice, Hanoi, Vietnam, 18-19 April 1997
101. “Environmental Protection in ASEAN”, Ministry of the Environment (ENV)
Induction Seminar, Singapore, 29 November 1996
VI. ADVISORY BODIES AND SERVICE
A. International Level
1. International Panel, Board of Editors, Air and Space Law journal, Kluwer Law
International, Netherlands, January 2012 – present
2. Advisory Board member and NUS Law representative, advising on teaching
international law and overall internationalization outreach efforts for the Faculty of Law,
Syiah Kuala University, Banda Aceh, Indonesia, 2009 – 2012 (personal commitment to
assist in post-tsunami reconstruction in Aceh)
3. Board of Editors, Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law, University of Sydney,
Australia, May 2004 - present
4. Board of Editors, Aegean Review of the Law of the Sea and Maritime Law, Greece,
Feb. 2008 - present
5. Adviser and member of delegation, Republic of Singapore, to the International Labour
Organization (ILO) High-Level Tripartite Working Group on the ILO Maritime Labour
Convention, 14-18 October 2002, ILO Headquarters, Geneva, Switzerland
6. Instructor and Resource Person, Asian Development Bank (ADB) - APCEL Training
on Teaching Environmental Law at University Level; 8 June - 4 July 1997, National
University of Singapore, Singapore
7. Instructor and Resource Person, Asian Development Bank (ADB) - APCEL Training
on Teaching Environmental Law at University Level; 10 June - 3 July 1998, National
University of Singapore, Singapore
8. Member of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Study Mission to
Vietnam to assess the feasibility of capacity-building programmes in relation to the
legal framework for environmental protection in Vietnam; 19-22 March 1997, Bangkok,
Thailand and Hanoi, Vietnam
9. Instructor, Organizer and Country Research Scholar, United Nations Environment
Programme (UNEP) - APCEL - Government of Singapore Sub-Regional Workshop on
Environmental Legislation and Sustainable Development; 9-17 December 1996,
National University of Singapore, Singapore
10. Conference Rapporteur, Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) and the International
Maritime Organisation (IMO) International Conference on "Navigational Safety and
Control of Pollution in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore: Modalities of
International Co-operation"; 2-3 September 1996, Singapore
11. Singapore Representative, International Maritime Organization (IMO) Regional
Network on the Legal Aspects of Marine Pollution (March 1996 to present)
12. Resource Person, International Maritime Organisation - APCEL - Maritime and Port
Authority of Singapore (MPA) Workshop on the Ratification and Implementation of
MARPOL 73/78 in the East Asian Seas; National University of Singapore, Singapore,
29 October - 1 November 1996
B. National Level
1. Eminent Expert, International Advisory Panel on Transboundary Pollution, Ministry of
the Environment and Water Resources, Singapore, 2014 – 2015
2. Member, International Promotion of Singapore Law Committee, Singapore Academy
of Law, 2008 - 2010
3. Member, Sub-Committee on the Legal Profession (chaired by Judicial Commissioner
Sundaresh Menon), looking into issues relating to the potential liberalization of the
legal profession in Singapore, reporting to the Committee to Develop the Legal
Services Sector in Singapore, October-December 2006.
4. Lecturer, Singapore Aviation Academy Course on International Air Law: Concepts and
Applications, 2006 - present
5. Senior Fellow, Intellectual Property Academy, Singapore, 2005 - present
6. Honorary Treasurer, Society for International Law (Singapore); 1995 - 1997
7. Organizing Committee, Asia Conference for Trade and the Environment, as part of
run-up to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Ministerial Conference in December
1996, 27-28 June 1996, Singapore
C. University Level
1. Director and Global Professor, New York University School of Law Singapore
Program ([email protected]), January 2012 - May 2014
2. Director (Projects) overseeing double degree programmes at the Yale-NUS College,
Office of the Provost, National University of Singapore, 1 October 2011 - 31 July 2012
3. Chairman, Faculty Search Committee, Faculty of Law, National University of
Singapore, 1 July 2013 - present
4. Member, Senate Panel for Student Discipline, National University of Singapore,
November 2013 - present
5. Dean Search Committee, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, February October 2011
6. Senate Delegacy, National University of Singapore, March 2011 – May 2013
7. Member, Faculty Search Committee, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore,
January 2011 - present
8. Board of Editors, Singapore Year Book of International Law, Faculty of Law, National
University of Singapore (2003 - 2005)
9. Asia Pacific Editor, Board of Editors, Singapore Journal of International and
Comparative Law, National University of Singapore (1996 - 1998 and 2001 - 2003)
10. Executive Committee Member, Asia-Pacific Centre for Environmental Law (APCEL),
Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, 1996 – present
11. Associate Director, Alumni Affairs and Editor, LawLink Alumni Magazine, Faculty of
Law, National University to Singapore (2001 - 2004)
12. Deputy Director, Asian Law Institute (ASLI) (2003 - 2006)
VII. CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS
1. International Air Transport Law and Regulation at the International Civil Aviation
Organisation (ICAO); Liberalisation of the Aviation Industry in Asia, Competition Law
Aspects of Aviation, Public and Private Aspects of Air Law
2. International Maritime Law and the Regulation of Vessel-Source Pollution, particularly
in relation to regulatory aspects at the International Maritime Organisation and issues
pertaining to Singapore's development as a global port
3. Environmental Law and Sustainability in the ASEAN and Asian countries, particularly
Legal Aspects of Forest Fires and Natural Resource Management in Indonesia
4. Decentralization and the Management of Natural Resources, particularly in Indonesia
5. The Criminal Justice System and the Law on Misuse of Drugs in Singapore
6. International Environmental Law and Policy
VIII. MODULES TAUGHT
1. Aviation Law and Policy
2. International Regulation of Shipping
3. Criminal Law
4. Environmental Law
5. Carriage of Goods by Sea, Admiralty Law
6. Law of Contracts
7. Legal Method and System
IX. LANGUAGE FACILITY
1. English (written and spoken)
2. Malay & Indonesian (written and spoken)
3. Chinese - Hokkien/Fujian (spoken)
X. MISCELLANEOUS
1. Visiting Scholar, Waseda University Law School, Tokyo, Japan, June 2008
2. Visiting Scholar, Faculty of Law and Institute of Air and Space Law, McGill University,
Montreal, Canada, August - November 2005
3. Fellow, Association of Pacific Rim Universities Fellows Program, "The Science and
Policy of Environmental Sustainability", University of Oregon and Seoul National
University, 2002
4. Visiting Researcher, International Maritime Organization (IMO), London, 1998 - 2000
5. Visitor, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS), University of London, 1998 2000
6. Research attachment with the Global Environmental Facility / United Nations
Development Programme / International Maritime Organisation Regional Programme
for the Prevention and Management of Marine Pollution in the East Asian Seas,
Manila, Philippines, 9-16 May 1997
7. Research attachment with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources,
Republic of the Philippines, Manila, Cebu City and Dumaguete City, 6-8 May 1997 and
8-11 July 1997
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