Faculty of Law

News archive for Faculty of Law

For the 15th time, the International day was held at the Faculty of Law, University of Bergen (UiB). According to the Associate Dean of Penn State Law, Stephen Barnes, this is the only international student recruitment event he prioritizes to attend.
The Faculty of Law receives around NOK 21 million from the Research Council of Norway to establish the CENTENOL-centre. The center will strengthen knowledge of the relationship between European and Norwegian law.
Did you miss Dr. Abdullah Al Arif's presentation on how offshore wind farms (OWFs) and fisheries interact within a climate change context? Watch the recorded webinar here!
On 18 November, Associate Professor Ignacio Herrera Anchustegui gave a presentation at the Norwegian Competition Authority's sustainability conference about sustainability and competition law, and how we can work for a "green(er) competition law".
In a breakfast seminar on 24 November at 9, Dr. Susanne Wende from Technische Universität Berlin presented her findings on the emergence of a hydrogen market in the EU and the potential implications the principle of solidarity could have for the member states' national strategies regarding hydrogen production.
Did you miss Jon O. Hellevang's presentation on seabed minerals and their role in the green shift? Watch it here!
The Faculty of Law at University of Bergen will establish a Master of Law in EU and EEA Law (LLM).
Professor Sören Koch was recently at a debate on active euthanasia in Tromsø. The organizer was ELSA Tromsø.
In January, the Pandemic Centre offers a two-week course for students on learning from the COVID-19 pandemic. The course builds on last year's digital module and is open to all students at master's and PhD level.
Environmental considerations were the main subject for discussion among the companies represented on the Deep Sea Minerals Conference which was held in Bergen on 26-27 of October this year. Research assistant Mari Bygstad was one of the participants attending as a part of her master thesis research project.
Mari is the new research assistant for the research group.
In a lunch seminar on 26 October, 2022 Barbara Bokor, PhD candidate at the UIB presented her research topic to the members of the research group to share some interesting moments of the regulatory environment on plastic and plastic pollution at international and more particularly at the EU level.
The University of Bergen (UiB) and NORCE Norwegian Research Centre have joined forces to give input to the European Commission on ocean-related research and innovation in Horizon Europe. Read the key messages here.
Our Research Group member Catalina Vallejo attended the launch of the More Than Human Rights (MOTH) Project on September 22-24 in Tarrytown, NY State (USA).
The ARQUS European University Alliance aims to bring together academic institutions and students alike for cooperation across languages, borders and disciplines. Under the auspice of the ARQUS Alliance, the University of Bergen in Norway and University Jean Moulin Lyon 3 in France jointly facilitated an exchange program for students in which students wanting to specialise in energy law could... Read more
In a breakfast seminar on the 21. September 2022 at 9am, Leila Neimane from the University of Latvia shared her preliminary findings from here research project concerning effective maritime spatial planning regulation framework and implementation challenges and best practice examples from the Baltic Sea with the Research group for Natural Resource Law, Environmental Law and Development Law
Representatives of the Faculty of Law have been in the US to celebrate the 25 years annniversary of cooperating with Mitchell Hamline School of Law.