The research unit deals with research on public law issues and its members are divided into four sub-groups: constitutional law, general administrative law, special administrative law and tax law. Contact research group leader Frederik Waage for more information or visit the group's website.
The private law group consists of researchers who are interested in the legal disciplines concerning the relationship between individuals and companies. Contact research group leader Torsten Bjørn Larsen for information about the research or visit the group's website.
The Research Group The Law in Society consists of researchers who are interested in the interdisciplinary aspects of law, including in particular sociology of law and criminology, but also legal history, philosophy of law, jurisprudence, forensic anthropology and methodological issues. Contact head of research group Linda Kjær Minke for information about the research or visit the research group's website.
The International Law Research Group consists of researchers interested in international and EU law. Contact research group leader Bugge Thorbjørn Daniel for information about the research or visit the group's website.
The Centre for Law, Sustainability and Justice consists of researchers interested in sustainable development. The centre is based on the UN's Sustainable Development Goals as the current political framework for global sustainable development. Contact the head of the centre Karin Buhmann for information about their research or visit the centre's website for more info.