The research group International Law focuses on subjects within international law and the inner market of EU. International LAw influences many aspects of socieety and is incorporated in many different kinds of decisions. The common denominator is the group's focus on the international origin and character of the material dealt with.
Here you can see a list of the members of the research group.
Research themes in the group
- International trade law
- International law
- Criminal law
- Human rights
- Transitional justice
- International investor protection
- Procurement law
- The enforcement of international law in the arctic and at sea
If you would like to contact a researcher within these research themes, please refer to our expert list.
Each year, the research group is in charge of three international litigation competitions as part of the talent program at the Department of Law.
- International private law: Vis Moot
- Public International law: Telders
- WTO: Elsa Moot Court Competition
The group also collaborates with CWS (Center for War Studies) in some of its research. The group also continuously organize arrangements with the purpose of engaging both researchers and students.