Every year, the Cambridge International Law Journal (CILJ) collaborates with the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (LCIL) to present the CILJ-LCIL Annual Lecture. The CILJ-LCIL Annual Lecture showcases one of the talks featured by the LCIL in its Friday Lecture Series. And the lecture’s text version is published by the CILJ in its first issue.

This academic year, 2020-2021, the CILJ is delighted to announce that the Annual Lecture will be delivered by Professor Andrew Serdy, Professor of Public International Law and Ocean Governance at the University of Southampton. Professor Serdy’s lecture is entitled ‘Brexit and Fisheries: International Law Dimensions of the 2018 White Paper and Current Fisheries Bill‘.

The lecture will be held on Zoom webinar.

You can register your attendance here.

For further information on the Annual Lecture, please refer to the relevant page of the LCIL website.