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Schwerpunkt: Responsible Maritime Governance ∙ Regulation of Seaports Through International Administrative Law?

Katharina Reiling


Using the three examples of port state control, green ports and ship-generated waste disposal, the article illustrates that the gateway function of seaports is also reflected in the administrative activities carried out there. The regulation of seaports is thus a typical case of international administrative law. International administrative law includes a new perspective on seaports, which not only has a descriptive-analytical added value, but also sensitises to a number of legal questions to which international law, Union law and national administrative law cannot provide answers.

The author habilitates on maritime law at the University of Konstanz at the Chair of Constitutional and Administrative Law, European Law and Comparative Law, Prof. Dr. Hans Christian Röhl. This article is based on the presentation at the Hamburg International Environmental Law Conference (HIELC) 2019.

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