The research group for legal culture focuses on the historical development of law, as well as the challenges that arise due to the increasing internationalisation of law. The group's research consists of two main dimensions, legal history and comparative law, and is therefore interdisciplinary. By using law as a cultural phenomenon as the starting point, the two dimensions are linked together. The object of the research group is to create a forum for interesting discussions across disciplines, fields and cultures, in which national and international ties make up an important part, as well as collaborations with the research groups in Tromsø, Kristiandsand, Oslo and Great Britain (BACL).
Øystein Hetland: Rettsstaten i fare: Politi og rettsvesen i det okkuperte Noreg
Do you want to write your master thesis on legal culture?
We want to connect with master students who would like to write their master thesis within one of our research fields. As a master student affiliated with the research group, you will get the opportunity to present your project for the research group and receive feedback, as well as supervision from one of our members. Find inspiration for your master thesis in our emnebank, and read more on potential supervisors.