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The May issue of the Nordic Journal features four research articles on the following topics: online privacy and data protection, human dignity and the right to health, the problem of land grabbing in Ethiopia, and honour-related violence and children’s rights.
SIGNAL is a project on the legal aspects of internet security hosted at the Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law (NRCCL). SIGNAL examines changes in legal frameworks for internet security by focusing on established, new and proposed legal security requirements – at both international and national levels – directed at critical internet infrastructure (CII) and cloud computing.
Daughters of Themis: International Network of Female Business Scholars offers a forum for open and inspiring discussions about female business scholars’ common area of interest and the joys and challenges of being female scholars. The Network is open to participation by all female scholars in areas of scholarship pertaining to business, including all relevant disciplines, such as law, economics, management and administration, political science, sociology and natural sciences.
Sustainable Market Actors is a global research network involving scholars from universities all over the world, wishing to contribute to research that will promote global sustainable development within a sustainable circular economy compatible with the planetary boundaries and in line with the international development goals.
John R. Suttons bok Law/Society kom ut på Pine Forge Press i 2001. Nå som boken er tatt inn på pensum for innføringsstudenter i rettssosiologi kan det passe med en enkel anmeldelse.
Av professor em. i rettssosiologi av Thomas Mathiesen
The Research Group Companies, Markets and Sustainability (the Company Law Group) is the Faculty of Law’s forum for research on companies and markets. The Company Law Group contributes to research and development of law in our areas at the national, European and international level. Our perspectives encompass the law relevant for companies as business entities and as objects of public policy. Our aim is a deeper understanding of the law and its role in shaping markets and companies and their interaction with economic, social and environmental sustainability.