Faculty of Law

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"Even though the rules are different, the Nordic perspective gives value because we have so many cultural roots in common, says the Faculty of Law's new Honorary Doctorate, Mads Bryde Andersen. The professor at the University of Copenhagen is an active promoter of keeping the Nordic legal tradition alive.
Governments and oil and gas companies aim to electrify oil and gas production on the continental shelf as quickly as possible to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Three members of the research group have recently written articles addressing the issues raised by this framework.
In collaboration with the Department of Comparative Politics, the research group invited experts on offshore wind energy from the UK, Denmark, Latvia, Poland, and Norway to participate in a interdisciplinary conference.
On February 22nd, the research group organized a seminar on decommissioning of ships.
Professor Terje Einarsen is the editor of the newly published commentary on the UN Refugee Convention.