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I research on EU border control, automated systems and principles of the rule of law.
LLM, JSD. Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor). Researcher in Law and Society, Elder Law and Legal History.
My area of research pertains to European employment policy and the regulation of the Swedish labour market in law and collective agreements.
I have a background in law and gender studies and my research deals with how law regulates close relations, family and reproduction.
My research and teaching concern public international law, in particular accountability and cooperation in international criminal law, international humanitarian law and human rights law.
Fanny Holm, L.L.D., teaches predominantly public international law and criminal law. Her research focusses on international criminal law and crime victims.
My research primarily concerns crime victims rights and especially victims of hate crime and how the legal actors are working with these issues.
My research concerns the preliminary ruling procedure, and I use empirical methods to investigate the unseen cases that are not referred to the European Court of Justice.
My research and teaching primarily concerns Swedish, comparative, and international aspects of the law of obligations, intellectual property law, private international law and arbitration law.
Researches various work environment law issues, with a particular focus on the future of work, and issues such as telework, use of AI at the workplace and algorithmic work management.
I research and teach Constitutional Law and Sports Law with a particular interest in courts and judicial poltics and the use of empirical methods in legal research.
My research focuses on gender diversity within companies and markets.
LL.D. 2019 Umeå University
My research and teaching are mainly within criminal procedure and criminal justice, with particular focus on the legal responsibilities and powers of police officers and prosecutors.
LL.D. Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor. Distinguished Teacher. Researcher.
My research primarily concerns international human rights law, international children's rights, migration law and the interaction between international and regional human rights systems.
My research revolves around constitutional rights and rule of law, in particular the intersection of technology, security and human rights.
Doctoral student in law. My research concerns the constitutional role of judges in Swedish lower courts.
I teach and research primarily migration law.
Professor of Law. Main areas of research include constitutional law, Law & Language and empirical legal science.
My education and research concerns above all procedural law in general and coercive measures in particular.
Per Bergling is appointed Director-General for the Family Law and Parental Support Authority (MFoF) and on leave of absence from Umeå University.
I am a study administrator at the Department of Law.
I primarily teach in matters of constitutional law, EU law and human rights.
In my research I focus on fundamental rights in different legal contexts, such as the protection of victims online and in the legal process, and the protection of free speech online.
I mainly do research and teaching within the field of tax law. In my doctoral project I study the legal and historical construction of the tax payer in, by and through Swedish income tax legislation.