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Oslo Law Review (OsLaw) publishes research articles from all areas of legal scholarship, as well as interdisciplinary articles or articles that engage with law from the perspective of other related disciplines.
Kaufmann, Mareile (2017): Resilience, Emergencies and the Internet: Security In-Formation. Oxon and New York: Routledge. Routledge Studies in Resilience.
by May-Len Skilbrei and Charlotta Holmstöm
- theorizing server practices in the nighttime economy.
Assemblage theory and narrative environments.
Recreational drug use, symbolic boundaries, and drug trends.
by May-Len Skilbrei and Per Jørgen Ystehede.
by Ragnhild Sollund
Sarah Gwyneth McMains completed her Master of Philosophy in the Theory and Practice of Human Rights at the University of Oslo in 2017. Her master’s thesis is titled “Translating feminist norms and strategies through sexual and gender-based violence programming in Somalia: An explorative approach to understanding norm internalization”. In it, she explores and analyzes various translation processes of international norms into a domestic setting through SGBV programming in Somalia. The goal of the exploration was to deepen understanding of the nuanced processes involved in norm internalization and how it impacts the long-term sustainability of SGBV programming. Her research and fieldwork in Kenya were funded by a scholarship graciously received from Fritt Ord.
She currently volunteers with the Vigdís Freedom Foundation (Oslo) as a Project and Legal Coordinator. The Foundation is a non-profit organization that advocates for and supports women prisoners of conscience and human rights defenders.
Article by Postdoc Theresa Squatrito, Magnus Lundgren and Jonas Tallberg in The Review of International Organizations.
Symposium by Professor Føllesdal in the International Journal of Constitutional Law Vol. 15(2)
Article by Professor Freya Baetens in Journal of International Dispute Settlement Vol. 8(3).
This book is edited by UiO Faculty of Law Scholar Malcolm Langford, together with Anne Russell. Cambridge University Press, 2017.
This article was published in Review of the African Political Economy, Vol. 44, 2017, by Peris Jones.
by Wouter Stol, Helene I. Gundhus, Siv Runhovde, Karianne Rønning
Embraced By the Welfare State?
Chapter by Professor Freya Baetens in the edited book "Sustainable Development Principles in the Decisions of International Courts and Tribunals: 1992 - 2012," edited by Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger and H.E. Judge C.G. Weeramantry.
Article by Postdoctoral Fellow Juan Pablo Pérez León Acevedo in the International Criminal Law Review Vol. 17(3).
Article by Professor Andreas Føllesdal in the International Journal of Constitutional Law Vo. 15(2).
Special Issue of the International Criminal Law Review (Volume 17), edited by Postdoctoral Fellow Joanna Nicholson.
Special Issue of the American University International Law Review (Vol. 32, Issue 3) edited by Susana SáCouto.
The special issue is the result of a Conference co-organized by PluriCourts, American Bar Association (ABA) Rule of Law Initiative, the American Society of International Law, and the American Red Cross.
Skilbrei, May-Len and Holmström, Charlotta (2017), "Linking Prostitution and Human Trafficking Policies: The Nordic Experience", Hans Nelen og Dina Siegel (Eds.) Contemporary Organized Crime, Springer.
Sollund, Ragnhild (2017), "Perceptions and law enforcement of illegal and legal wolf killing in Norway: organized crime or folk crime?", Palgrave Communications.