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Emma Witbooi has worked as a researcher and consultant in marine fisheries law and policy for over 10 years and has published widely in this area. She holds a PhD in marine and environmental law from University College London and is a post-doctorate fellow with the Chair in the Law of the Sea and Development in Africa at Nelson Metropolitan University (NMMU), South Africa. Emma is the coordinator of the international PescaDOLUS research network on fisheries crime, part of the new FishFORCE Law Enforcement Academy at NMMU and works with the UNODC Global Programme for Combatting Wildlife and Forest Crimes in Vienna on fisheries crime.