Faculty of Law

New doctoral students at the Department of Law

2016-09-14

Throughout the spring and autumn terms, six new doctoral students as yet have 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 University of Rwanda.

Here below are listed the name, the field of research and the preliminary title of the thesis, respectively.

Haddis Akbari
Field of research: Private Law
Preliminary title of thesis: "Ett ändamålsenligt och effektivt system för överlåtelse av fast egendom - vilka krav bör ställas på överlåtelseprocessen"

Lars Edstedt
Field of research: Civil and Criminal Procedural Law
Preliminary title of thesis: "Rättsfakta i straffprocessen"

Anni Kolehmainen
Field of research: Constitutional Law
Preliminary title of thesis: "Freedom of Expression, Internet and Democracy - A Comparative Study on the Digital Speech in the Light of the Traditional Free Speech Theory"

Marc Landeman
Field of research: Private Law
Preliminary title of thesis: "Förhöjda ersättningsnivåer vid expropriation: Konsekvenser och problem vid tvångsingrepp"

Laima Vaigé
Field of research: Private International Law
Preliminary title of thesis: "Cross-Border Recognition of Same-sex Marriages and Partnerships - The Impact of Europeanization of Law"

By means of a SIDA-funded cooperation between Uppsala University and the University of Rwanda, the Department of Law has admitted two doctoral students, Tom Mulisa och Naomi Umuhoza, who started the doctoral programme in autumn 2015. For this autumn a third doctoral student within the SIDA project will start his research studies: Innocent Musonera. Coordinator for the project is Professor Daniel Stattin at the Uppsala Department of Law.

Innocent Musonera
Field of research: Public International Law
Preliminary title of thesis: "The African Court of Human and Peoples' Rights: The Rationale and Impact of Extending its Jurisdiction to International and Cross-Boarder Crimes"

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