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► New publication about special administrative law

A new textbook in Swedish has been written and issued on the initiative of some teachers and researchers at Juridicum, the Faculty of Law. Its purpose is to be used in the Administrative Law courses at the Department of Law, but also to be helpful to a wider audience.


► Uppsala welcomes Sweden's first Marie Curie Fellow in Law

On 1 September 2014 Eva Storskrubb, a Finnish lawyer and Doctor of Laws (LLD), will start working at Uppsala University's Faculty of Law, as Sweden's first Marie Curie Fellow in Law.


► New doctoral students at the Department of Law

The Department of Law welcomes seven new doctoral students, starting their studies during the autumn semester. Click on the heading to find the list of names and the respective field of research for each individual.


► Anna Singer picked as inquiry expert

Anna Singer, Professor of Private Law at the Faculty of Law, was recently appointed as expert in the Swedish Government's commission of inquiry into an evaluation of the 2006 reform of child custody.


► Law students run Gender Equality Pod

Students at the Department of Law in Uppsala often get involved in projects of various kinds alongside their studies. For Giulia Cilio Burman, Sara Götesson, Shahrzad Fazeli, Hedvig af Sandeberg and Anton Kántor, all in the last stage of their education in the Law Programme, this means running the Gender Equality Pod.


► Nordic Law Prize 2014 awarded to Stig Strömholm

At the opening of the 40th Nordic Law Meeting in Oslo on 21 August, H.M. King Harald V awarded the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundations' Prize for Contributions to Jurisprudence, the Nordic Law Prize, to Stig Strömholm, professor emeritus at the Faculty of Law in Uppsala and former Vice-Chancellor of Uppsala University.


► New Master Programme in International IP Law

Uppsala University's Faculty of Law is now starting a new 60-credit Master Programme in Intellectual Property Law. The Programme, to be taught in English, will cater for Swedish and international students alike. The first admissions will be for the Autumn Semester of 2015.


► IMPACT research project judged outstanding in midterm evaluation

Financial support for The Impact of Religion, an interdisciplinary project at Uppsala University involving several Faculty of Law researchers, has been increased since the midterm evaluation by the Swedish Research Council and the Swedish Research Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning (Formas).


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