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Research Sections:

Public Law Section
Public law is the designation given to that part of legislation that governs the relationship between the citizen — both physical and legal persons — and public authorities. Researchers in the Public Law Research Section at the University of Southern Denmark study selected areas of public law. The section conducts research in the legal areas of constitutional law, general administrative law, special administrative law and tax law. Please contact Head of Research Section Bent Ole Gram Mortensen for more information or visit the research section’s website.

Private Law Section

The Private Law Section consists of researchers who are interested in the legal disciplines relating to the interrelation between individuals and companies. Please contact Head of Research Section Lars Kjærgård Terkilsen for more information on the section’s research or visit the research section’s website.

 

Section of Interdisciplinary Legal Research
The Section of Interdisciplinary Legal Research consists of researchers who are interested in the interdisciplinary aspects of law, particularly the sociology of law and criminology, but also legal history, the philosophy of law, jurisprudence, legal anthropology and methodological issues. Please contact Head of Research Section Linda Kjær Minke for more information on the section’s research or visit the research section's website.

 

International and European Law Section

The Research Section for International and European Law consists of researchers who are interested in matters of international and European law. Please contact Head of Research Section Bugge Thorbjørn Daniel for more information on the section’s research or visit their website. 

 

 

Special Research Programmes:

Commercial Administrative Law
Commercial Administrative Law is a special subject area in the field of administrative law, which deals with the regulations that apply to the interaction between businesses and public authorities—interactions that could take place in a variety of contexts. This special research programme is therefore characterised by being cross-disciplinary, as businesses interact with the public sector in many different areas of the law.  Public procurement law, environmental law, personal data law and tax law are just some examples of legal areas in which such interactions could occur. The legal challenges that arise in such interactions are what researchers with ties to the special research programme Commercial Administrative Law study in more detail. Please contact Head of Research Group and Special Research Programme Bent Ole Gram Mortensen for more information or visit our website.

 The Regulation of Financial Business and Activitity
A large part of the research in this programme concerns The regulation of financial business and activity, which is one of the department's special research programmes
. Please contact Head of Special Research Programme Nis Jul Clausen for information on the research or visit our website.

Legal Encounters
A large part of the research in this programme concerns Legal Encounters, which is one of the department's four special research programmes. Please contact Head of Special Research Programme Ole Hammerslev for information on the section’s research or visit our website.

 

The Enforcement of International Law in the Arctic and at Sea

A large part of the group's research concerns The enforcement of international law in the Arctic and at sea (RAS), which is one of the department's four special Research Programmes. Please contact Head of special Research Programme Martin Mennecke for more information on our research or visit our website.



 

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