Nuclear Law Publications


Alphabetical list of titles
Japan's Compensation System for Nuclear Damage (2012)
As Related to the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident
Nuclear Law Bulletin No. 89 (2012)
Volume 2012/1
Nuclear Law Bulletin No. 90 (2012)
Volume 2012/2
Nuclear Law Bulletin No. 91 (2013)
Volume 2013/1
Nuclear Law Bulletin No. 92 (2014)
Volume 2013/2

Detailed publication list

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Nuclear Law Bulletin No. 92
Volume 2013/2
English, 220 pages, published: 04/11/14
NEA#7154, ISSN: 0304-341X
Available online at: http://www.oecd-nea.org/law/nlb/nlb92.pdf

Other language(s):
- Français: Bulletin de droit nucléaire n° 92 
The Nuclear Law Bulletin is a unique international publication for both professionals and academics in the field of nuclear law. It provides subscribers with authoritative and comprehensive information on nuclear law developments. Published twice a year in both English and French, it features topical articles written by renowned legal experts, covers legislative developments worldwide and reports on relevant case law, bilateral and international agreements as well as regulatory activities of international organisations.

Feature articles in this issue include: "Uranium mining and production: A legal perspective on regulating an important resource"; "Turkish nuclear legislation: Developments for a nuclear newcomer"; and "Nuclear law and environmental law in the licensing of nuclear installations".
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Nuclear Law Bulletin No. 93
English, published: 10/10/14
NEA#7181
Available online at: http://www.oecd-nea.org/law/nlb/nlb93.pdf

Other language(s):
- Français: Bulletin de droit nucléaire n° 93 
The Nuclear Law Bulletin is a unique international publication for both professionals and academics in the field of nuclear law. It provides authoritative and comprehensive information on nuclear law developments. Published free online twice a year in both English and French, it features topical articles written by renowned legal experts, covers legislative developments worldwide and reports on relevant case law, bilateral and international agreements as well as regulatory activities of international organisations.

Feature articles in this issue include: "Progress towards a global nuclear liability regime"; "The Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage and participation by developing countries: A South African perspective"; "Fusion energy and nuclear liability considerations"; and "Nuclear energy and Indian society: Public engagement, risk assessment and legal frameworks".
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Nuclear Law Bulletin No. 94
English, 185 pages, published: 03/04/15
NEA#7183
Available online at: http://www.oecd-nea.org/law/nlb/nlb94.pdf

Other language(s):
- Français: Bulletin de droit nucléaire n° 94 
The Nuclear Law Bulletin is a unique international publication for both professionals and academics in the field of nuclear law. It provides subscribers with authoritative and comprehensive information on nuclear law developments. Published twice a year in both English and French, it features topical articles written by renowned legal experts, covers legislative developments worldwide and reports on relevant case law, bilateral and international agreements as well as regulatory activities of international organisations.
Feature articles in this issue include "Facilitating the entry into force and implementation of the Amendment to the Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material: Observations, challenges and benefits"; "The legal status of nuclear power in Germany"; "Challenges facing the insurance industry since the modernisation of the international nuclear third party liability regime"; "Draft Federal Act of the Russian Federation, 'The Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage and its Financial Security'".

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Nuclear Law Bulletin No. 91
Volume 2013/1
English, 196 pages, published: 09/13/13
NEA#7152, ISSN: 0304-341X
Available online at: http://www.oecd-nea.org/law/nlb/nlb91.pdf

Other language(s):
- Français: Bulletin de droit nucléaire n° 91 
The Nuclear Law Bulletin is a unique international publication for both professionals and academics in the field of nuclear law. It provides subscribers with authoritative and comprehensive information on nuclear law developments. Published twice a year in both English and French, it features topical articles written by renowned legal experts, covers legislative developments worldwide and reports on relevant case law, bilateral and international agreements as well as regulatory activities of international organisations.

Feature articles in this issue include: “The post-Fukushima Daiichi response: The role of the Convention on Nuclear Safety in strengthening the legal framework for nuclear safety”; “Adequate protection after the Fukushima Daiichi acccident: A constant in a world of change”; “Safer nuclear energy through a higher degree of internationalisation? International involvement versus national sovereignty”; and “Special report on the Second Annual Meeting of the Nuclear Law Association, ‘India’s nuclear energy sector: Business opportunities and legal challenges’, 2 March 2013, Mumbai, India”.

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Japan's Compensation System for Nuclear Damage
As Related to the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident
English, 244 pages, published: 12/31/12
NEA#7089, ISBN: 978-92-64-99200-9
Available online at: http://www.oecd-nea.org/law/fukushima/7089-fukushima-compensation-system-pp.pdf
Following the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident, extraordinary efforts were undertaken in Japan to implement a compensation scheme for the proper and efficient indemnification of the affected victims. This publication provides English translations of key Japanese legislative and administrative texts and other implementing guidance, as well as several commentaries by Japanese experts in the field of third party nuclear liability.

The OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) has prepared this publication in co-operation with the government of Japan to share Japan’s recent experience in implementing its nuclear liability and compensation regime. The material presented in the publication should provide valuable insights for those wishing to better understand the regime applied to compensate the victims of the accident and for those working on potential improvements in national regimes and the international framework for third party nuclear liability.
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Nuclear Law Bulletin No. 88 (December 2011)
Volume 2011/2
English, published: 01/25/12
NEA#7001, ISSN: 0304-341X
Available online at: http://www.oecd-nea.org/law/nlb/nlb88.pdf

Other language(s):
- Français: Bulletin de droit nucléaire n° 88 (Décembre 2011) 
The Nuclear Law Bulletin is a unique international publication for both professionals and academics in the field of nuclear law. It provides subscribers with authoritative and comprehensive information on nuclear law developments. Published twice a year in both English and French, it features topical articles written by renowned legal experts, covers legislative developments worldwide and reports on relevant case law, bilateral and international agreements as well as regulatory activities of international organisations.

Feature articles in this issue include "The status of radioactive waste repository development in the United States", "The Radioactive Waste Directive: a necessary step in the management of spent fuel and radioactive waste in the European Union", "The continuing role of item-specific agreements in the IAEA safeguards system" and "Fukushima: liability and compensation".
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Nuclear Law Bulletin No. 89
Volume 2012/1
English, 240 pages, published: 07/03/12
NEA#7090, ISSN: 0304-341X
Available online at: http://www.oecd-nea.org/law/nlb/nlb89.pdf

Other language(s):
- Français: Bulletin de droit nucléaire n° 89 
The Nuclear Law Bulletin is a unique international publication for both professionals and academics in the field of nuclear law. It provides subscribers with authoritative and comprehensive information on nuclear law developments. Published twice a year in both English and French, it features topical articles written by renowned legal experts, covers legislative developments worldwide and reports on relevant case law, bilateral and international agreements as well as regulatory activities of international organisations.

Feature articles in this issue include: "Global nuclear law in the making? Joint exercise of public powers in the nuclear field: the case of the revision of the International Basic Safety Standards", "Italian decommissioning in the post-referendum era", "Through the looking glass: placing India’s new civil liability regime for nuclear damage in context" and "Legal aspects of the control and repression of illicit trafficking of nuclear and other radioactive materials".
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Nuclear Law Bulletin No. 90
Volume 2012/2
English, 284 pages, published: 03/22/13
NEA#7092, ISSN: 0304-341X
Available online at: http://www.oecd-nea.org/law/nlb/nlb90.pdf

Other language(s):
- Français: Bulletin de droit nucléaire n° 90 
The Nuclear Law Bulletin is a unique international publication for both professionals and academics in the field of nuclear law. It provides subscribers with authoritative and comprehensive information on nuclear law developments. Published twice a year in both English and French, it features topical articles written by renowned legal experts, covers legislative developments worldwide and reports on relevant case law, bilateral and international agreements as well as regulatory activities of international organisations.
Feature articles in this issue include: "A common high standard for nuclear power plant exports: overview and analysis of the Nuclear Power Plant Exporters’ Principles of Conduct"; "The MCP Altona incident: the Canadian regulatory response and framework for the export of uranium"; "Conflict of law issues related to Switzerland’s participation in the Paris Nuclear Third Party Liability Regime"; and "The impact of the Additional Protocol and Strengthened Safeguards: effects on the International Atomic Energy Agency and on states".

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Nuclear Law Bulletin No. 87 (June 2011)
Volume 2011/1
English, 110 pages, published: 08/01/11
NEA#6999, ISSN: 0304-341X
Volume of the series: Legal Affairs
Available online at: http://www.oecd-nea.org/law/nlb/nlb87.pdf

Other language(s):
- Français: Bulletin de droit nucléaire n° 87 (Juin 2011) 
The Nuclear Law Bulletin is a unique international publication for both professionals and academics in the field of nuclear law. It provides subscribers with authoritative and comprehensive information on nuclear law developments. Published twice a year in both English and French, it features topical articles written by renowned legal experts, covers legislative developments worldwide and reports on relevant case law, bilateral and international agreements as well as regulatory activities of international organisations. Feature articles in this issue address the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl accident, Japanese legislation in light of the Fukushima Daiichi accident and the long-term operation of nuclear power plants.

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Nuclear Law Bulletin No. 86 (December 2010)
Volume 2010/2
English, 120 pages, published: 01/21/11
NEA#6901, ISSN: 0304-341X
Volume of the series: Legal Affairs
Available online at: http://www.oecd-nea.org/law/nlb/NLB-86-E.pdf

Other language(s):
- Français: Bulletin de droit nucléaire n° 86 (Décembre 2010) 
The Nuclear Law Bulletin is a unique international publication for both professionals and academics in the field of nuclear law. It provides subscribers with authoritative and comprehensive information on nuclear law developments. Published twice a year in both English and French, it features topical articles written by renowned legal experts, covers legislative developments worldwide and reports on relevant case law, bilateral and international agreements as well as regulatory activities of international organisations.

Feature articles in this issue address the Treaty on the Non-proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, competition law and the nuclear sector, and third party liability for nuclear damage (jurisdiction and enforcement, and compensation for environmental damage).