Research Group for European Law

News archive for Research Group for European Law

This week, PhD candidate Joséphine Thorson and Associate Professor Ingrid Barlund, participated at the Nordic Academic Network Meeting for Competition Law in Helsinki. 
In a recent digital meeting, members of the management group of Centenol met with the ad hoc Working Group on Adaption Practice.
Ny artikkel av professor Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen i siste nummer av Lov og rett.
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.
Tollef Otterdal Heggen has joined BERG as a PhD candidate. The title of his thesis is "The Principle of Mutual Recognition in the Area of Free Movement of Persons in EU Internal Market Law".
Joséphine Thorson has joined BERG as a PhD candidate, and her current project deals with “Killer acquisitions in EU competition law”. We are very happy to have her on board!
The project will explore the legal framework of working life in Norway and other European countries, with a focus on the concept of work-life balance.
Melanie Hack has published an article on legal responses in the EU and Norway to parenthood and caregiving in times of crisis.
Do you want to take part in shaping the future? The Faculty of Law offers a PhD position and a postdoctor position. They are both connected to the project ‘Life and Work in Balance: Legal responses to working life in times of change and crisis’ (LaW-BALANCE).
Associate Professor Melanie Hack, who is a member of the research group for European law, receives 9.9 million Norwegian kroner in funding over four years for the project "Life and Work in Balance: Legal responses to working life in times of change and crisis (LaW-BALANCE)".
The government intends to revise the regulations for public procurement and has established an expert group for this purpose. Professor Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen will be the head of this expert group.
On November 16th, the research group is going on a trip to visit ESA, the EFTA and EU courts. The program is packed with academic content, providing members with an opportunity to present their own research to key EU/EFTA institutions.
The research group for European law has had an inspiring and enlightening trip to Luxembourg and Brussels.
BERG has now had its Christmas party, and with that, we want to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We look forward to 2023!
Postdoctoral fellow and leader of the research group, Ingrid Margrethe Halvorsen Barlund, will be part of a government-appointed committee that will review and assess the Norwegian Act on Financial Supervision