Rosemary Rayfuse

Faculty of Law

Rosemary is a Professor of International Law in the Faculty of Law where she is the Co-Director of the International Law and Policy Group and of the Climate Change Law and Policy Initiative. She has published widely on numerous aspects of public international law, in particular on the law of the sea and issues relating to high seas governance including the issues of sustainability, compliance and enforcement in high seas fisheries, and polar oceans governance. Her current research focuses on the international legal aspects of geo-engineering solutions to climate change and on the impacts of mitigation and adaptation responses to climate change on non-climate specific multilateral, regional and sectoral regimes including the law of the sea, international environmental law, and the law on the use of force.