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In the spring semester 2015, the Faculty of Law offers two new elective courses taught in English. The third will start in 2016.
In May 2014, the European Court of Justice ordered Google to delete some results from its search results. This could have a major impact on the freedom of information in Europe. And because of the EEA Agreement, the Court’s judgment affects Norway just as much as the EU Member States.
Do sour cherries escape toll duty? Or is that sweet cherries? Knowing what is or isn’t the correct letter of the law can be a nightmare in the EU. Especially when legislation is translated into all 24 official EU languages.