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Ragnhild Aslaug Sollund (2019) The Crimes of Wildlife Trafficking: Issues of Justice, Legality and Morality. Routledge: Oxon and New York.


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Author Biography

University of Granada
Spain Spain

Dr Teresa Fajardo del Castillo is an Associate Professor in the Department of Public International Law and International Relations in Granada University where she teaches Public International Law at the Faculty of Law and International and European Environmental Law at the Science Faculty. She is the coordinator of the Master ALESTINE on High Studies in International and European law.

Her research fields are International and European Environmental Law, EU migration law and Soft law. She is engaged in several inter-university and European Union projects and initiatives relating to International and European law. She is currently researching in wildlife crime and illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing and has published several contributions in these fields, while she participated in the interdisciplinary research project EFFACE, “European Union Action to Fight Environmental Crime”, funded under the 7th Research Framework Programme of the EU.