We organise informal lunch seminars most weeks. The topics range from traditional company law discussions to blue-sky thinking about how to make the world a better place. The seminars may be anything from work-in-progress papers or research proposals, tentative ideas for thesis topics from our master students or PhD candidates, to presentations of research results. We welcome guest presenters.
We also regularly organise workshops and larger conferences. Follow this website for more information, or sign up to our newsletter.
Upcoming 5 days
Welcome to this afternoon seminar.
Presentation by Jaakko Salminen, Copenhagen Business School. Comments by Eléonore Maitre-Ekern, Department of Private Law, UiO.
The seminar will be held through Zoom and is open for all interested, including students. If you would like to participate, please contact Jukka Mähönen to get the Zoom link.
Further upcoming events
The topic of this year’s PhD seminar is "Nordic Company Law: Expanding the Horizon".
Daughters of Themis: International Network of Female Business Scholars celebrates its fifth anniversary in 2020. Daughters of Themis is a network for scholars in all areas of scholarship pertaining to business, including law, economics, management and administration, political science, sociology and natural sciences. We are pleased to announce our first Quinquennial conference.
The meeting is open to all members of Daughters of Themis – and we welcome new members: anyone identifying as a female business scholar, i.e. undertaking research concerning business, in any discipline or across disciplines, may submit their membership application through this online form. We especially encourage scholars from low-income countries, of diverse backgrounds and in all levels of academia to apply.
The seminar is open to all interested including scholars, students, practitioners and journalists.
The theme of the sixth international workshop of Daughters of Themis: International Network of Female Business Scholars, is the highly topical theme of ‘Contemporary Theories in Corporate Law and Corporate Governance’. The aim of the annual workshop is to provide a forum for open, intimate and inspiring discussions with workshop participants selected based on a highly competitive call for papers.
The workshop has been moved from 2020 to 2021 due to Covid19.