Delimitation of the Continental Shelf beyond 200 Nautical Miles, discussant, Conference on the Law of the Sea, Korean Society of International Law, Seoul, ROK (June 29).
The Regime of Islands in the Aftermath of the South China Sea Arbitration, moderator, Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law, Washington, DC (April 14).
The Provisional Equidistance Line, The Case Law on Maritime Boundary Delimitation, workshop hosted by KG Jebsen Centre for the Law of the Sea, Tromso, Norway (May 25-26).
ITLOS and Delimitation Beyond 200 M, ITLOS at 20, roundtable hosted by London Centre of International Law Practice, London, UK (May 23).
Maritime Jurisdiction in the Arctic, K&L Gates Arctic Development Event, Washington, DC (Oct 6).
Islands in International Maritime Delimitation, North Carolina Bar Association, International Law and Practice Section, Charlotte, North Carolina (Dec 12).
Arctic Shipping: Opportunities for US-Canada Cooperation, Arctic Change 2014, ArcticNet, Ottawa, Canada (Dec 11).
Arctic Maritime Boundary Delimitation, The Trans-Arctic Agenda, IIA/CAPS University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland (Oct 29).
Baselines and Coastal Change: Creating Stability or Adding to the Chaos, International Law Weekend, ABILA panel, New York, NY (Oct 24).
‘Disputes’ before the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf, The Dispute Settlement System of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: An Assessment after 20 Years, ILA/ASIL panel, Washington, DC (Apr 11).
Legal Aspects of the Continental Shelf Outer Limits, workshop hosted by Japan Hydrographic Association, Tokyo, Japan (Mar 24-25).
Maritime Delimitation Case Law, course taught at IFLOS Summer Academy, ITLOS, Hamburg, Germany (July 26).
South China Sea Territorial Disputes, roundtable discussion hosted by Columbia Law School, New York, NY (Nov 1).
Evidence in Boundary Dispute Resolution, course taught at International Boundary Research Unit (IBRU), Durham, UK (Apr 15-18).
Resolving Outstanding Arctic Issues, workshop funded by Arctic-Net, Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada (Mar 2-4).
Resolving Arctic Boundary Disputes, workshop funded by Arctic-Net, Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada (Mar 11-13).
International Legal Issues in the Arctic Ocean, Where to Now? Current Events and Future Trends in the World’s Hydrocarbon Hotspots, convened by Association of International Petroleum Negotiators, Galveston, TX (Apr 22-23).
Boundary Issues on the Outer Continental Shelf, Oil and Gas Arbitration, convened by International Centre for Dispute Resolution and Association of International Petroleum Negotiators, Houston, TX (Apr 19-21).
Machias Seal Island: The United States-Canada Island Sovereignty Dispute in Light of Recent International Decisions, Shared Borders and Dividing Lines: A Century of Canada-US Territorial and Boundary Disputes, convened by Faculté de droit, Université de Montréal, Montreal, Canada (Dec 10-11).
50 Years of Jessup: Reflections on the Past, Visions of the Future, convened by International Law Students Association, Washington, DC (Mar 27).
Law of the Sea and the United States: Hot Topics, convened by American Society of International Law, Law of the Sea Interest Group, Washington, DC (Mar 27).
Finding the Right Fit: One Design Element in the International Groundwater Management Regime, Local Property, Global Justice: Law and Resources in the Era of Climate Change, presented by Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law, Durham, NC (Jan 30).
Model U.S./Canada Negotiation on Northern Waters, hosted by the International Joint Commission (Canada Section), Ottawa, Canada (Feb 18-19).