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About the faculty

The Faculty of Law is located in the centre of Bergen, overlooking the Bergen fjord.

At the Faculty of Law we focus on high quality research and teaching within a variety of legal areas. Our international profile is reflected both in research activities and in the substantial number of students which we have the pleasure of welcoming every semester. It is also seen in the number of students from our Faculty travelling abroad.

Mediaproduction

BREXIT: Where does power lie under the UK constitution?

Dr. Robert Taylor from the University of Aberdeen has visited the Faculty of Law. He also held a guest lecture about Brexit. The title of the lecture was «'Brexit: Where does Power lie under the UK Constitution”. You can see the whole lecture here.

Call for proposals
Bilde av humnioraskilt

Funds available for humanities researchers

UiB is planning to establish an interdisciplinary center for humanistic research. Within this framework, funds are available for two basic research projects with a deadline of 15 March.

From Bergen to Shanghai:
bilde av ignacio og shanghai

Prestigious grant awarded to Ignacio Herrera-Anchustegui

Ignacio Herrera-Anchustegui is granted a scholarship as KoGuan Visiting Scholar in Shanghai. He will pave the way for further collaboration between Norwegian and Chinese researchers in the field of market regulation, maritime law and energy.

Unique opportunity for students to work with international law in Hong Kong
Hong Kong skylight

Norwegian China Law Centre awarded funding from the InternAbroad programme

The Norwegian China Law Centre was recently awarded NOK 300 000 through the InternAbroad programme. The funding will support the development of a new clinical law programme providing law students at the University of Bergen, Faculty of Law, with the opportunity to combine university studies with an...

The UiB Magazine 2018/2019
Arctic shipping

Trans-Arctic shipping and the tragedy of the polar ice cap

The Arctic sea ice is melting. Areas that previously have been covered with ice are opening up, facilitating increased access for ship traffic in the Arctic Ocean. How can the need for preservation of the vulnerable Arctic environment meet the world's need for trade and transport?

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