Frozen Fish Block: How Committed are North Atlantic States to Accountability, Conservation and Management of Fisheries? Alder J. and Lugten G. 2002 * Marine Policy 345-357
Soft Law With Hidden Teeth: The Case for a FAO International Plan of Action on Sea Turtles Lugten G. 2006 * Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy 9:2 155-173
Veil Over The Nets: Unravelling Corporate Liability For IUU Fishing Offences Griggs L. and Lugten G. 2007 * Marine Policy 31 159-168
Taxing Illegal Fishing: A Proposal For Using Taxation Law To Reduce Profiteering From IUU Fishing Offences Bender P. and Lugten G. 2007 * International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 22:4 513
Maximum Sustainable Yield of Marine Capture Fisheries in Developing Archipelagic States Balancing Law, Science, Politics and Practice Lugten G. and Andrew N. 2008 * International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 23:1 1-37
Dr Gail Lugten holds undergraduate degrees in Law, Arts and Education and a Ph.D. in international fisheries law. She has 20 years experience teaching public international law, including postgraduate supervision at the University of Tasmania and Edith Cowan University. Gail has published extensively in texts and international marine journals and has been the recipient of Australian Research Council grant funding. She has been a legal consultant to domestic and international organisations including UNFAO (1998) Regional Fishery Management Organisations, UNFAO (2004) Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem, WorldFish Center (2006) Maximum Sustainable Yield in Developing Archipelagic States, UNFAO (2008) Global Record, and UNFAO (2009) on Flag State Responsibilities.