This major book on the Common Fisheries Policy, written by Daniel Owen and Robin Churchill, addresses the CFP from a legal perspective and provides a detailed account of the very large body of European Union law comprising this Policy.
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Other selected publicationsCommentary on Annex I (highly migratory species), in: Proelss, A. (ed), United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: A Commentary, Beck/Hart [in preparation] 2014 (last updated 10 July 2014), Marine planning, for: Westlaw Insight
2014, Fisheries and their impact on the marine environment: European Union law, in: Ribeiro, M.C. (ed), 30 Years after the Signature of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: The Protection of the Environment and the Future of the Law of the Sea, Coimbra Editora, pp 53–69
2012, book review of The World Ocean in Globalisation (a book published in 2011), in The Journal of International Maritime Law, Lawtext Publishing, Volume 18(1), pp 97–100
2010, Principles and objectives of the legal regime governing areas beyond national jurisdiction—commentary on Tullio Treves, in: Molenaar, EJ and Oude Elferink, AG (eds), The International Legal Regime of Areas beyond National Jurisdiction: Current and Future Developments, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, pp 27–37
2010, Interactions between management of a water column marine protected area in the high seas of the OSPAR maritime area and the exercise of sovereign rights regarding subjacent outer continental shelf, WWF Germany
2007, Practice of RFMOs Regarding Non-Members—A Report to Support the Independent High-Level Panel to Develop a Model for Improved Governance by RFMOs, Chatham House
2006, Charting the course towards healthy seas—an NGO response to the Commission’s proposal for an EU Marine Strategy Directive, BirdLife International, Greenpeace, IFAW and WWF
2004, Interaction Between the EU Common Fisheries Policy and the Habitats and Birds Directives, IEEP Policy Briefing, Institute for European Environmental Policy
2001, The Application of the Wild Birds Directive beyond the Territorial Sea of European Community Member States, Journal of Environmental Law, Oxford University Press, Volume 13(1), pp 39–78
Daniel provides training seminars on marine law.