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► New doctoral students at the Department of Law

Throughout the spring and autumn terms, six new doctoral students have as yet been welcomed to the Department of Law and our doctoral programme. One of the students has been admitted to the programme thanks to a SIDA-financed collaboration with the Univer


► New Swedish intellectual property law association

The International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI) has recently formed a Swedish National Group. The president of AIPPI Sweden is Sanna Wolk, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, and founder of the faculty-affiliated Academy of Intellectual Property, Marketing and Competition Law (IMC).


► Research project analyses Protestant Legacies in Nordic Law

The new research project "Protestant Legacies in Nordic Law: Uses of the Past in the Construction of the Secularity of Law" (ProNoLa) is to examine the relations between Lutheran traditions and the development of secular law in the Nordic region in the course of the last 500 years.


► Annika Nilsson appointed as expert for environmental inspection enquiry

In the spring, the government decided to set up an enquiry into environmental inspection. Annika Nilsson, Senior Lecturer in Administrative Law at Juridicum, is one of the experts who will assist the enquiry.


► Juridicum welcomes students to a new term

Intensive preparations are currently underway at the Department of Law to receive both new and returning law students.


► Awards to Therése Fridström Montoya for her thesis

Doctor of Jurisprudence in Public Law Therése Fridström Montoya has been rewarded with a prize and a scholarship for her thesis 'Live like Others through Representatives - a Legal and Actual Paradox'.


► Uppsala University and the Faculty of Law to expand migration law research

With the aim of strengthening the long-term ability of society to deal with migration, the university is putting 7.5 million SEK into migration law research. As part of this programme, Juridicum is advertising for a doctoral student to specialise in migration law.

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