The University of Idaho College of Law wishes to congratulate the following faculty on their recent success: Anastasia Telesetsky who was promoted to professor Shaakirrah Sanders who received tenure Stephen Miller who received tenure John Rumel who received tenure Dean of the College of Law Mark L. Adams said: “The path to tenure and promotion […]
The University of Idaho College of Law proudly announces that Professor Anastasia Telesetsky’s article “Trans-Pacific Partnership: Leading the Way to an Environmentally Sustainable Global Economy” appears online in the March 24, 2016 issue of Global Trade Magazine. Professor Telesetsky specializes in research areas that involve fisheries and oceans, and is one of our Natural Resources […]
The University of Idaho College of Law wishes to congratulate Professor Anastasia Telesetsky who has been awarded a 2016 Ian Axford New Zealand Fellowship in Public Policy. Two to five fellowships are awarded annually to outstanding mid-career professionals so they can conduct research and gain policy experience at the country level in New Zealand for […]
Professor Telesetsky presented “Where have all the fish gone? –Reflections on Global Fishing Law” at the interdisciplinary University of California Irvine symposium on “Ocean Health, Global Fishing and Food Security” as part of a “Law, Governance, and Science” panel on November 21, 2014. Held at the Beckman Center of the National Academies of Sciences and […]
Professor Anastasia Telesetsky presented on a panel on Ecosystem Services at the 7th National Summit on Coastal and Estuarine Restoration. The summit was held in Maryland and was well-attended by federal and state agency decisionmakers. Professor Telesetsky’s presentation forms the basis of an upcoming chapter for a 2015 book on Ecosystem Restoration and Law […]
On October 30 and 31, 2014, Professor Telesetsky as one of the co-editors of the International Law of Disaster Relief published by Cambridge University Press was invited to participate in two international disaster law meetings held at King’s College London School of Law with a select group of participants from government, academia, non-governmental organizations, and […]
Professor Telesetsky is quoted in a September 16, 2014 Chicago Tribune Article involving the dispute between Cargill and Syngenta over whether GMO seeds should have received approval by the Chinese government before being sold in the United States. The article can be found at http://www.chicagotribune.com/sns-rt-us-syngenta-seed-legalreax-20140916-story.html
Professor Telesetsky was an invited panelist to the symposium on Legitimacy and International Courts sponsored by Center for International and Comparative Law at the University of Baltimore and the University of Oslo’s PluriCourts program. On Friday, September 19, she delivered a presentation and paper entitled “The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: Overcoming […]
On September 5, 2014, Professor Telesetsky appeared before the International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea in Hamburg, Germany as a representative of the International Union of Conservation of Nature’s Commission on Environmental Law to make a presentation on the merits of Case No. 21, an advisory opinion request by the Sub-Regional Fisheries Commission […]
Professor Telesetsky was invited to teach a one-month Food Law Seminar at China’s second highest ranked law school. At China University of Political Science and Law (中国政法大学) in Beijing, China, Professor Telesetsky introduced graduate and undergraduate students to various themes of contemporary food law including food sovereignty, food security, trade law, the human right […]
Professor Telesetsky participated on June 22-23 at the International Symposium on Sustainable Development and the Law of the Sea at Zhejiang University (China’s third most prestigious university) in Hangzhou, China that drew scholars from Asia, Europe, Oceania, and North America. She shared a paper on using remote detection technology to combat illegal, unregulated, and unreported […]
Professor Telesetsky was invited to be a United States expert to speak at the 2nd Asia Pacific Ocean Law Institutions Alliance on progress by the United States to implement substantive and procedural obligations under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. Even though the US is not a party to the treaty, […]
Professor Telesetsky presented at the 2014 Global Ocean Regime Conference held at Seoul National University in Seoul, Korea sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries and organized by the Korea Maritime Institute. This year’s theme was “East China Sea: How to Build Confidence and Promote Cooperation” and focused on a number of sensitive […]
In a lunchtime presentation on January 29, 2014, Professor Anastasia Telesetsky shared with the Latah County League of Women Voters an hour long presentation about the relevance of the 1982 United Nations Convention the Law of the Sea to contemporary geopolitical decisionmaking and marine conservation efforts.
Professor Anastasia Telesetsky presented on March 7, 2014 at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law’s Fourth Annual Urban Agriculture Symposium. The event featured national speakers focused on legal aspects of implementing urban agricultural policies. Professor Telesetsky’s presentation focused on how boosting small-scale urban agriculture may create opportunities for implementing green economy principles.
Professor Anastasia Telesetsky as a member of the American Bar Association’s International Environmental Law Group gave a presentation at a side event at the November 2013 World Bank’s Global Forum on Law Justice and Development held in Washington D.C. Professor Telesetsky’s presentation focused on legal interventions to reduce food waste as a means of implementing […]
Professor Anastasia Telesetsky presented a paper on transnational environmental crime and illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing at the First Annual Berkeley Exchange sponsored by the University of California Berkeley Law and the Ecology Law Quarterly in February 2014. The paper will be published in a forthcoming edition of the Ecology Law Quarterly.
Professor Anastasia Telesetsky presented at the Barcelona Workshop on Global Governance sponsored by ESADE Business School’s Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics and the Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals on January 9-10, 2014. Her paper focused on network governance in the field of fisheries law. In particular, she focused on the challenge of creating robust public […]
Professor Telesetsky was an invited speaker at the joint conference of the American Society of International Law and European Society of International Law on the Future of International Environmental Law held at the Graduate Institute in Geneva, Switzerland in November 2013 which brought together international environmental law scholars from across North America, Europe, South America, […]
Anastasia Telesetsky presented on a “Changing Perspectives on Development and the Post Millennium Development Goals” panel at the 46th Annual Sutton Colloquium at the University of Denver on November 9, 2013. The theme of the conference was “International Legal Perspectives on the Future of Development.” This year’s annual Leonard v.B. Sutton Colloquium in International Law […]
On October 9, 2013, Professor Anastasia Telesetsky presented on a panel on the socio-ecological dimensions of restoration ecology at an interdisciplinary conference sponsored by the Society for Ecological Restoration in Madison, Wisconsin. Her presentation was entitled “Law and Ecological Restoration: Creating Operative Legal Frameworks for Landscape Level Restoration” and was based on current research on […]
On September 25, 2013, the International Law Student Association in partnership with the Veteran Law Association hosted an evening panel on the legality of U.S. Military Intervention in Syria. Facilitated by 3L Brenna Bowman and 3L Angel Betancourt , the panel brought together a diversity of legal and experiential viewpoints on whether the United States […]
On September 18, Professor Anastasia Telesetsky presented “Novel Ecosystems: What is the Role for International Law as Nature Changes?” as part of the College of Law’s Scholarship Colloquium. The forthcoming paper is being prepared for the joint American Society of International Law and European Society of International Law’s International Environmental Law Symposium later this year.