Lecturer in Law
Josh Martin was appointed a Lecturer in Law at the University of Exeter in 2018, having also worked as a Postgraduate Teaching Assistant at Exeter throughout his PhD. He has a varied experience and interest in a number of areas of research, including marine law and governance, environmental governance and policy, transnational law, cultural heritage law, transnational dispute management, and global governance. He has a specific interest in archaeology and the law, with a particular focus on the management and protection of underwater cultural heritage. He is currently developing further research outputs and is also open to engaging in related impact-driven and multi-disciplinary research collaborations across these areas.
Josh has previously undertaken a Doctoral Fellowship investigating trade-related disputes at the Centre for Trade and Economic Integration in Geneva and he is also a qualified Mediator and a Collaborative Lawyer. He has taught on a number of modules across the Law and Politics disciplines at Exeter and has also delivered workshops providing essay and dissertation mentoring. He is currently writing up his doctoral thesis, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, which is titled ‘Adopting a Multiple-Level Governance Approach to the International Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage’.
Research Interests and Supervision
Josh is open to supervising research, as well as taking part in collaborative, multidisciplinary and impact-driven research, in the following areas:
- Law of the Sea
- Ocean Law and Governance
- Archaeology and the Law
- Cultural Heritage Law and Management
- International Environmental Law and Policy
- Environmental Governance
- Transnational Dispute Resolution
- Transnational Law
- Global Commons Management
- Global Governance
- Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility