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The University of Stavanger currently has a job announcement for an exciting PhD position within EU/EEA law. The position is related to the UiB international research center for EU and EEA, CENTENOL.
On January 15th, 2024, the Research Group for Legal Culture organized a lunch seminar on the comparative method for comparing Nordic countries.
5 students have written a report on the "Nordic Legal Culture: Myth or Reality?"-conference, which the Research Group held in June 2023.
During February 2024 we offer a mini-series of three webinars dealing with hydrogen and ammonia. Join us to get valuable updates on different aspects of the current developments in hydrogen technology, economy and legislation!
This seminar was not recorded but a similar presentation by chief economist Eirik Wærness along with much more information, can be found at the Energy Perspectives webpage at Equinor.com, see the right hand column for links.
Ny artikkel av professor Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen i siste nummer av Lov og rett.
Juristforbundet ved Sjøfartsdirektoratet arrangerte 11. januar en fagdag med EØS-rett som tema. Professor Christian Franklin foreleste om EØS-rettslig metode, og da særlig om forholdet mellom primær- og sekundærretten. Førsteamanuensis Melanie Hack, snakket om samspillet mellom EU-EØS-rett og norsk arbeidsrett.
Professor Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen skriver at dersom man hverken er villig til å sette av mer ressurser eller til å spørre EU om hjelp, bør man vurdere å bare slutte med å oversette direktiver til norsk.
Professor Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen skriver i en kommentar på Rett24 at forholdet mellom EØS-avtalen, EFTA-konvensjonen og avtalene med Storbritannia er et problemkompleks som krever større oppmerksomhet enn det hittil har fått.
Førsteamanuensis Malgorzata Agnieszka Cyndecka er oppnevnt av Samferdselsdepartementet til utvalget som skal komme med en anbefaling om hva som bør være norsk postpolitikk i årene fremover.
The Master of Laws programme in EU and EEA Law at the University of Bergen is unique and first of its kind in the world. It provides you with indepth and comprehensive knowledge of both institutional and substantive aspects of EU and EEA law.
Researchers come to Bergen from all over the world to solve global challenges. Simon Øverland has invited some of them to tell us about some solutions for the future.
Welcome to the digital and free SDG Conference in Bergen 2024! The theme is Take a look at the programme and register today.
On Thursday, November 14, Torhild presented the foundation of her work related to the transportation of hydrogen by ships at the Athens Conference of EU Energy Law and Policy
PhD Candidate Andreas Hösli will complete his PhD project on Corporate Climate Responsibility at UiB this december.
Ignacio Herrera Anchustegui will guide and assist EU memberstates with his legal expertise to ensure that the transition to a climate-neutral economy occurs in a fair manner.
Professor Berte-Elen Reinersten Konow has contributed to investigating the need for screening economic activity against businesses that are not subject to the security law (NOU 2023:28).
The research group organized Bergen Energy and Climate Law Days 2023 from the 23rd to the 24th of October.

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