Top Notch Research

The research at the Faculty of Law in Uppsala mirrors the social changes of the last decades where both European issues and the effects of globalisation are central.

Research at the Faculty

Many of the faculty members are leading or active members of networks and working groups within the EU and participate in high-level international research projects. Regular contact is also maintained with researchers from other national universities and colleges as well as with colleagues from other disciplines and with the business world.

Research in Uppsala is not only pursued in the traditional legal topics but also in a number of newer special fields, of which many are at the highest level both in and outside Sweden.

Do you want to become one of our reseracher?

Do you want to become one of our researchers?

Research at Juridicum is currently in a very exciting and creative phase. Recruitments of new researchers have taken place during the last few years and several new fields of research have emerged. At the Faculty you will encounter classic legal topics as well as interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary collaborations and projects.

Should you be interested in one of our vacant positions, please apply through the Human Resources Division advertising page.

Welcome as a visiting researcher

You can also come here as a visting researcher. As a visiting researcher, you first contact one of our researchers who may act as your host during your time here.

Please contact Eva Storskrubb, Juridicum's international coordinator for researchers (including doctoral students) and teachers, for more and general information about what it means to be one of our visiting researchers.

If space and resources are available to accommodate you, you are very welcome here!

The Research Office

The team working with research-related administrative issues will help you or refer you correctly if you have any general thoughts about our research. Kindly in such case email and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Last modified: 2024-03-08