Research Output per year
Roles and responsibilities
- Co-editor (with J Lindley, K Scott & A Telesetsky) of the 2nd Edition of the Routledge Handbook of International Environmental Law (2020)
- Co-editor (with Paul Harris) of the Routledge Handbook of Marine Governance and Global Environmental Change (2021)
Outputs accepted for publications:
- Erika Techera, 'Enriching the environmental law classroom: combining mixed cohorts and intensive mode teaching' in R Fowler Environmental law: Pedagogy, Methodology and Best Practice (IUCN, forthcoming 2020).
- Erika Techera and Madelaine Cannell-Lunn, ‘A review of environmental law in the Maldives with respect to conservation, biodiversity, fisheries and tourism’, Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law (accepted for publication 2019).
- Erika Techera, ‘Shark Sanctuaries as Vehicles for Transplanting Conservation Tools in Disparate Legal Jurisdictions’ in Vito Breda (ed) Legal Transplants in East Asia and Oceania, (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2019).
- Erika Techera and Krishnee Appadoo, ‘Achieving SDG14 in the African independent island States of the Western Indian Ocean’ in David Mickler (eds) Africa and the Sustainable Development Goals (Springer, forthcoming 2019).
- Erika Techera, ‘International law and institutional responses to climate change and fisheries management in the Indian Ocean’ in Jan McDonald, Jeffrey McGhee and Richard Barnes (eds) Research Handbook on Climate Change, Oceans and Coasts (Edward Elgar, forthcoming 2019).
- Jade Lindley and Erika Techera, `Using Routine Activity Theory to Explain Illegal, Unregulated and Unreported Fishing in the Indo-Pacific' in Saskia Hufnagel and Anton Moiseienko, Criminal Networks and Law Enforcement: Global/International Perspectives on Illicit Enterprise (Routledge, forthcoming 2019) https://www.routledge.com/Criminal-Networks-and-Law-Enforcement-Global-International- Perspectives/Hufnagel-Moiseienko/p/book/9780815386001.
- Jade Lindley and Erika Techera, ‘Controlling IUU Fishing through Problem-Oriented Policing’ in Saskia Hufnagel and Anton Moiseienko, Policing Transnational Crime: Law Enforcement of Criminal Flows (Routledge, forthcoming 2019) https://www.routledge.com/Policing-Transnational-Crime-Law- Enforcement-of-Criminal-Flows/Hufnagel-Moiseienko/p/book/9780815354635.
• RFMOs, fisheries governance and climate change in the Indian Ocean region
• Marine environmental law across Indo-Pacific SIDS
• Legal protection of traditional fishing and hunting rights
• Conservation status, cultural values and legal protections for lesser known species
• Environmental history and the origins of conservation laws
• Law and conchology
• 2017 UQ-UWA Collaboration Award - E Techera and J Lindley - Enhancing maritime security: Unconventional responses to evolving maritime crimes - $10,000
• 2014 LE14 ARC LIEF Project – E Techera with 21 others - The International Law Library on WorldLII: New content and facilities for the leading repository and citator for international law - $406,505
• 2013-2015 ARC Discovery Project (DP130102861) – N Klein & E Techera - Improving the Global Governance of Sharks: Obstacles, Options and Opportunities $101,000
• 2013 UWA Near Miss Support Grant – E Techera – Enhancing Legal Frameworks in the Indian Ocean - $16,272
• 2011 Macquarie Safety Net Grant - N Klein & E Techera - Legal Regimes for the Conservation and Management of Sharks: Integrating Local, National, Regional and International Strategies - $25,000
• 2011 Legal Scholarship Support Fund (LSSF) - E Techera - Palau’s Shark Sanctuary: Challenges and Opportunities - $3,500
• 2010-2012 Macquarie University Research Development Grant (MQRDG) - E Techera & N Klein - Overcoming Governance Gaps in the Legal Regulation of Shark Eco-Tourism - $34,000
• 2010 Legal Scholarship Support Fund (LSSF) – E Techera - Good Environmental Governance: International law for shark conservation and management - $3,750
• 2009-2010 Macquarie University New Staff Grant (MQNS) - E Techera - Conserving intangible heritage in the South Pacific - $19,000
2013-2016 Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Western Australia
2012 - date Professor, UWA Law School, University of Western Australia
2011 Co-Director, Centre for Climate Futures, Macquarie University
2009-2011 Director, Centre for International & Environmental Law, Macquarie University
2007-2011 Senior Lecturer, Macquarie University
1998-2005 Barrister, Garfield Barwick Chambers, Sydney
1996-2005 Director, SearchTech Services Pty Limited, Sydney
• Barrister 1998-2005
• Company Director 1996-2005
LAWS5114 International Environmental Law
OCEN4001 Oceans Governance
• Marine environmental governance
• Intangible heritage law
• Comparative environmental law in small island states
• Customary and community-based marine management
• Global governance of sharks
Law, PhD, Macquarie University
Education, Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education, Macquarie University
Law, LLM, Macquarie University
Law, Master of Environmental Law, Macquarie University
Law, LLB (Hons), University of Technology Sydney
Commissioner, WA Speedway CommissionMay 2018 → …
WA Maritime Museum Advisory Cmmittee , WA Museum2018 → …
- International Law/ Environmental Law
- Maritime Law/ Governance
- Environmental Law
- Marine Management
- Oceans governance
- Marine environmental law
- Heritage law and policy
- Indigenous peoples and the law
- Pacific Island States and customary law
- Shark conservation and management
- International environmental law
Research output: Contribution to journal › Book/Film/Article review
Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paper › Chapter
Coral reef conservation in the Anthropocene: Confronting spatial mismatches and prioritizing functionsBellwood, D. R., Pratchett, M. S., Morrison, T. H., Gurney, G. G., Hughes, T. P., Álvarez-Romero, J. G., Day, J. C., Grantham, R., Grech, A., Hoey, A. S., Jones, G. P., Pandolfi, J. M., Tebbett, S. B., Techera, E., Weeks, R. & Cumming, G. S., 7 Jun 2019, In : Biological Conservation.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article
Ensuring good governance of marine wildlife tourism: a case study of ray-based tourism at Hamelin Bay, Western AustraliaDeLorenzo, J. & Techera, E. J., 2019, In : Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research. 24, 2, p. 121-135 15 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Projects per year
The International Law Library on WorldLII - New Content & Facilities for the Leading Repository & Citator for International Law
1/01/14 → 31/12/14
Activities per year
Activity: Consultancy/industry and government engagement › Consultancy/collaboration
Enhancing environmental law in the Anthropocene: vulnerable species, new technologies and emerging legal issuesErika Techera (Speaker)
Activity: Service and engagement › Public lecture, debate or seminar