Barry Hart Dubner
United States of America
Professor Barry Dubner has been associated with legal education for nearly 38 years. He has taught at various universities in the United States and Australia. He has written extensively in the areas of international and environmental law as related to public international law of the sea, where his specialization concerns sea piracy/terrorism and mid-ocean archipelagoes and jurisdictional problems related thereto. He has served as Chairman of the ABA Public International Law Section, Committee on Law of the Sea; and as a Special Consultant to the United Nations, who requested that he review and set up a 200-mile limit for the Republic of Seychelles. He has also lectured in Russia (and the former USSR) many times and delivered papers throughout the world. He has served as an Arbitrator 10 times for The Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration moot court competition, which is held annually in Vienna. In addition, he was invited to participate and make a presentation concerning Somali Piracy and how to combat it at a Harvard University Kennedy School think tank in December 2009. He teaches in the areas of International Law, Environmental Law, Commercial Law and Contracts. He states that (after his wife and family) his first love is teaching and working with students and faculty so that Barry School of Law will become one of the finest institutions of learning in the world.
sea piracy/terrorism and mid-ocean archipelagoes and jurisdictional problems