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Research groups

A large portion of our research is organized in research themes, covering both research projects and research groups.

There are presently seven research themes at the department. The purpose of research themes is partly to develop the quality of research and education, and partly to create a healthy foundation for new projects and new doctoral students.

Research groups

Child and Family Law
The research group focus on all aspects of private and public law affecting children, youth and families.
Research subject: Law
Digital Law
This research group work in different ways with the nexus between legal rights and technological innovations.
Research subject: Law
Law, Welfare and the Labour Market
Learn more about the research theme.
Research subject: Law
Public Private Interaction and Regional Development
Read more about the research of the interaction between private law and public law.
Research subject: Law
Rule of Law and Security
Read more about the research theme.
Research subject: Law
The Foundations and Unity of Private Law
Legal scholars and teachers working with the core questions of private law.
Research subject: Law
Victims of Crime in the Judicial System
The research is mainly concerned with different aspects of the rights of crime victims.
Research subject: Law