Faculty of Law

Research Groups at the Faculty of Law

Research at the faculty is developed by collaborations in research groups.

Foto av Dragefjellet
There are 15 different Research Groups at the Faculty of Law
André G. Kvalvågnes

Main content

There are extensive collaborations in place between research groups with continuous and active participation by Master’s students, either as part of our Research Course, as research assistants, or as associated members with particular competence in the field. 

The research groups were established in 2005. The research group leaders have the administrative responsibility for communal academic activities and hold the role as consultative body on behalf of the community.

All staff members are part of one or more research groups, and there is extensive collaboration between research groups. Several of the academics in the different research groups are members of various steering groups for the UiB priority areas and are connected to centres or interdisciplinary knowledge clusters at UiB. 

Overview of Research Groups