The Faculty of Law will be a visible and key contributor to the advancement of the rule of law and legal competence in society. The faculty will be a hub for legal knowledge, with a comprehensive professional network at the regional, national and international level.
Areas of priority
The Faculty will be at the international forefront in the Law of the Sea, Environmental Law, Sami and Indigenous Peoples’ Law and educational quality.
The faculty’s research activities are mainly organised in six research groups; Sami- and indigenous peoples law, Procedural law and Mediation, Child law, Constitutional law (only in Norwegian), Administrative law (only in Norwegian), Law on Property rights (only in Norwegian) and Crime Control and Security law. It is also home to the Norwegian Centre for the Law of the Sea (NCLOS), a world leading research environment on the Law of the Sea.
The faculty publishes the Arctic Review, an interdisciplinary journal that publishes articles in law and politics, related to resource issues, administration, indigenous peoples’ and the environment in the Arctic.
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Doktorgradsavhandlinger:Woker, Hilde Juliette : The Law-Science Interface within the Law of the Sea: A Case Study of the Continental Shelf Salvesen, Sverre Magnus Bergslid : Kreditorvern Parlov, Iva : Coastal State Jurisdiction over Ships in Peril and Shipwrecks
Masteroppgaver:Reinholdtsen, Karianne : Medvirkeransvar for styremedlemmer i morselskap Salacha, Andromachi : EIA in the transboundary context of the Arctic Ocean A critical approach on marine petroleum development Trøite, Kim-Roger : «Den utvidete motregningsadgangen ved konnekse krav»
Artikler og rapporter:Solski, Jan Jakub : New Russian Legislative Approaches and Navigational Rights within the Northern Sea Route Poto, Margherita Paola / Elvevoll, Edel O. / Sundset, Monica Alterskjær / Eilertsen, Karl-Erik / Morel, Mathilde / Jensen, Ida-Johanne : Suggestions for a systematic regulatory approach to ocean plastics Ravna, Øyvind : Norske domstoler og samisk rett
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