I am a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Law of the University of Bergen. I am also connected to Bergen Offshore Wind Centre and the research group for “Designing a Refined Legal Framework for Legitimate Offshore Wind in the North Sea Basin” (DeWindSea). In terms of my previous experience, I hold an LLB (Hons) in International Law and a LLM with a specialty in Energy and Maritime Law from the United Kingdom.
My research interests predominantly relate to environmental law and renewables. Hence, the PhD project I am currently working on begs the question of how licensing procedures of offshore wind-farms can be optimized to promote legal certainty. It is a comparative study whereby evaluations will be drawn from different coastal jurisdictions adjacent to the North Sea.
- (2022). Innlegg og deltakelse på Fornybarkonferansen 2022.
- (2021). Rochdale Envelope Approach in EIA.
- (2021). MASTS Workshop - Chair in Q&A and presenter of PhD project.
- (2021). Lessons Learned from the UK and Denmark: Regulatory Challenges Related to Environmental Impact Assessments.
- (2020). Environmental Impact Assessments: Offshore Windfarm Multi-Stage Consent Procedures.
- (2021). Where Science Meets Industry - Panel Debate.
- (2021). Offshore Wind Licensing Presentation.
- (2022). The Function of Multi-Stage Licensing Procedures.
- (2022). Planning Law Ideologies in Offshore Wind Licensing Procedures. PhD Presentation in Cambridge.
- (2021). VI Interdisciplinary Seminar on Climate, Energy and Sustainability.
- (2021). The Concept of Change in Offshore Windfarm Licensing, Bergen Energy Lab Webinar.
- (2021). PhD thesis project presentation.