Prof. Miguel García García-Revillo is a senior lecturer on Public International Law and European Union Law at the University of Córdoba (Spain). He holds a Ph. D. from the same University on the topic of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea. He promoted the creation of and co-chaired the Law of the Sea Interest Group of the American Society of International Law (LOSIG) and currently chairs the Law of the Sea Interest Group of the European Society of International Law (LAWSEA IG), whose creation was also promoted by Prof. García. Within the LOSIG, he promoted the creation of the online publication Law of the Sea Reports (www.asil.org/losreports) which is currently preparing its 4th volume and introduces the innovative formula of including videos with top Law of the Sea experts. He is also the current Delegate of Communications of the Association internationale du Droit de la mer (www.assidmer.org). As an expert in Law of the Sea, Miguel García has attended several international meetings in this field, like, inter alia, the IX UNICPOLOS on safety and security matters (2008) and the XXI Meeting of States Parties in the Law of the Sea Convention for the election of seven judges of International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (2011), both of them at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, as well as participated as speaker in a number of international symposia devoted to the same branch of Public International Law. Prof. García has also acted as adviser for public and private entities and Governments in Law of the Sea issues. Currently, Dr. Miguel García is focused in the recent developments of ITLOS’ jurisprudence and jurisdiction as well as in marine environmental issues, like, among others, the problem of alien invasive species.