Knowledge Exchange and Collaboration
The Faculty of Law collaborates and interacts with a large amount of individuals and organisations in our society. This manifests in different ways and through various channels, for instance by official opinions, alumni activities and contract education. We also have a mutual knowledge exchange between our students and practitioners of law, as the students continuously do internships at law firms, authorities and various organizations. In return, law practitioners from, amongst others, these bodys come and teach at our courses.
Faculty in the media
Trafikverket vill inte att vi pratar med media
Source: Sveriges Radio 2019-12-13
Åtal väcks mot ex-ambassadör Anna Lindstedt
Source: SVT Nyheter 2019-12-09
Så kan domen påverka din hyra
Source: SVT Nyheter Uppsala 2019-12-09
Australiskt bolag stämmer Sverige - på 17 miljarder
Source: Dagens Juridik 2019-12-02
Oscarspriset till forskare i miljörätt och i paleontologi
Source: MyNewsdesk 2019-11-29
Mutor och korruption kan vara större problem än du tror - förebygg i tid
Source: Företagarna 2019-11-29
EU och svensk företagsbeskattning
Source: Studieförbundet Näringsliv och Samhälle 2019-11-29
Kommuner i kö för Engelska skolan
Source: Dagens Arena 2019-11-26
P-avgifter stärker kommunernas kassor
Source: Sveriges Radio 2019-11-26
Låt inte ljusen brinna förgäves
Source: Borås Tidning 2019-11-22
Faculty of Law Alumni
Our Centres, Forums and Networks
There are several centres, forums and networks connected to the Faculty of Law, working to strengthen research and education within their respective fields. Some have links to other operations inside and outside the university while others are independent units.
The Institute for Property Law Research, IFF
The mission of IFF is to stimulate research in the property law field and to arrange seminars and symposiums with a strong practical focus. Another task is to follow up and try to influence the property law legislation process. IFF is an independent institute with its own premises at the Faculty of Law.
Swedish Institute of International Law, SIFIR
SIFIR works to promote research and teaching of international law. The institute works towards this goal by purchasing international law literature for law libraries, arranging seminars and conferences and publishing scientific papers. Every year the institute awards a prize for the best thesis in international law: the SIFIR Theses Prize. The board consists of members from the Faculty of Law as well as representatives from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Centre for Police Research
The Centre works to coordinate police research and higher police education at the university. Current research is presented at seminars and conferences on a regular basis. An important goal is to be a national knowledge partner and an international leading research centre for police research. The Faculty of Law is hosting the activities.
Uppsala Forum on Democracy, Peace and Justice
The Forum promotes interdisciplinary and cross-departmental research and education. An important goal is to achieve increased internationalisation of the research environments that are collaborating. The Forum arranges i.a. seminars, workshops, lectures and courses. Six entities and institutes are part of the collaboration.
IMC is connected to the Faculty of Law and has as main task to foster scientific research of intellectual property law, marketing law and competition law. This occurs, among other things, through research, seminars and conferences, university education as well as through documentation and publication activity. IMC is a platform for researchers, practitioners, judges and others to discuss current matters.
Lund/Uppsala Migration Law Network
The research environment Lund/Uppsala Migration Law Network (L/UMIN), a joint project since 2011 between scholars at the Lund University and Uppsala University law faculties, aims to highlight and develop migration law in Sweden. The idea is to hold regular workshop and seminar series with the aim of facilitating the exchange of knowledge between scholars and practitioners in the field of migration law in a national and international perspective.
Impact of Religion
”The Impact of Religion - Challenges for Society, Law and Democracy” (IMPACT) is a an interdisciplinary project at Uppsala University, that runs over a 10 year period and with the purpose to clarify the significance of religion in society, in economic, social, political, cultural and legal terms in Sweden and the Nordic countries. IMPACT involves some 50 researchers from six different Faculties, of which about ten researchers from the Faculty of Law is taking part in the project.
Institutet för utbildningsrätt, IfU
The purpose of IfU is to provide the broadest possible inspiration and support for teaching and research within the field of legal education and training in Sweden. IfU is to exploit its broad-based, scientific university environment to shed light upon issues in jurisprudence and closely related matters, especially where they relate to education and higher education. One aim is to become the most important legal education and training centre in Sweden. Another aim is that legal education research and related activities serve to enrich other sectors of society.
Legal Research Network
The Legal Research Network (LRN) was founded in 2006 by the faculties of law of the Universities of Groningen, Turku and Uppsala. The Universities of Bristol, Budapest (ELTE), Ghent, Göttingen and Lille-Nord de France have since joined the network.
The Legal Research Network (LRN) aims at improving the international profile of its members, strengthening (thematic) research cooperation by its staff, and promoting the international scientific perspectives of its young researchers.
LRN is thematically a general network in law. The annual Conference and Summer School are organized around specific themes which are approachable from different fields of legal research.