Don McCrimmon, Alistair


School of Law
6061 University Avenue
Weldon Law Building
Dalhousie University
Halifax, NS, Canada
B3H 4H9


Academic Degrees

International law has developed in a peace-meal fashion, commonly referred to as “fragmentation”. My work looks at the challenges posed by international legal fragmentation on international responses to pollution and climate change. The primary areas of interest are human rights law, world trade law, maritime law and biodiversity. The purpose of this work is to determine where gaps exist between the existing law and how they can be strengthened.


D. McCrimmon & L. Fanning, Using Memoranda of Understanding to Facilitate Marine Management in Canada, 34:6 Marine Policy (2010) 1335.