Welcome to Department of Law

The study of law is the study of legal rules in society and their adoption, content and application. Constantly changing, legal rules govern private as well as public action. Thus, law is always relevant and knowledge of the law is always in high demand.

The Department of Law offer one of the most modern legal educations in Sweden, where the student's own learning and development is fundamental. We perform legal research in a variety of legal areas, and because our researchers participate in teaching, current research becomes an integral part of the education. The department educates law students in smaller groups than other universities and we can therefore let our students develop in an intimate environment. 

News

Increasing Legal Certainty Through Cross-National Validity Within Global Software Market

2014-06-02
The Internet has revolutionized the software industry. A single software market is emerging, independent of national borders, where products and services are digitally distributed. But the legal framework for software transfers is not geographically independent; relevant underlying law varies substa...

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Leidö, Jan

Realizing the Single Software Market: Cross-National Validity of Software License Agreements

2014

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Andersson, Anderz
Bejstam, Lars
Edström, Örjan; et al.

Kommunal arbetsrätt

2014

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Schmauch, Magnus

Tryck- och yttrandefrihetsgrundlagarna och EU-rätten - en kommentar till en kommentar
Svensk Juristtidning

2014

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Derlén, Mattias

Multilingual interpretation of CJEU case law: rule and reality
European Law Review, 39(3): 295-315

2014

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Derlén, Mattias
Lindholm, Johan

Goodbye van Gend en Loos, Hello Bosman?: Using Network Analysis to Measure the Importance of Individual CJEU Judgments
European Law Journal, 20(5): 667-687

2014

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Lindholm, Johan

Idrottsjuridik

2014

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Lindholm, Johan

Idrotten behöver bättre skydd för tv-rättigheter
Svensk Idrottsforskning

2014

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2012-05-02

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