7. floor (Map)
Kristian Augusts gate 17
Master of Laws Irina Fodchenko will be defending the thesis Legal Framework for Offshore Petroleum Operations in the Barents Arctic for the degree of Ph.D.
Hilde K. Ellingsen at the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law will be defending the thesis Standing to Enforce European Union Law before National Courts. EU Law Requirements on the Legal Standing of Individuals for the degree of Ph.D.
Mark Taylor will be defending the thesis War Economies and International Law: Regulating the Economic Activity of Armed Conflicts for the degree of Dr. Philos.
Paula Linnea Bäckdén at the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law will be defending the thesis The Contract of Carriage - multimodal transports and unimodal regulations for the degree of Ph.D.
Master of Laws Stian Øby Johansen at the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law will be defending the thesis; The Human Rights Accountability Mechanisms of International Organizations. A Framework and Three Case Studies for the degree of Ph.D.
Master of Laws Olga Mironenko Enerstvedt will be defending the thesis Aviation security and protection of individuals: Technologies and legal principles for the degree of Ph.D.
The disputation will be held in English
Cand. philol Dagfinn Chr. Selvaag will be defending the thesis Recognition of States and Governments in International Law – With Particular Reference to Norwegian State Practice for the degree of dr. Philos.
Original title: Anerkjennelse av stater og regjeringer i folkeretten – Med særlig vekt på norsk anerkjennelsespraksis,
The disputation will be held in Norwegian
Cand. jur Markus Jerkø will defend his thesis for the degree of philosophiae doctor (Ph.D.): Evaluation of evidence in law – About its framework, tools and the limits of our knowledge.
(The disputation will be held in Norwegian)
Cand. jur Synnøve Ugelvik will defend her thesis for the degree of philosophiae doctor (Ph.D.): Inside on the Outside - Norway and Police Cooperation in the EU
Cand. jur Anine Kierulf will defend her thesis: Taking Judicial Rewiew Seriously - The case of Norway
Malcolm Langford will defend his thesis: Social Rights Adjudication: An Interdisciplinary Perspective
Cand. jur Hedvig Bugge Reiersen will defend her thesis: The concept of dividend according to Norwegian company legislation for the degree of P.hd.
Cand. jur Tore Fjørfoft will defend his thesis: Financial Rights of Members of Cooperatives
Cecilie Hellestveit, at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, will defend her thesis Conduct of Hostilities under the International Humanitarian Law of Non-International Armed Conflict
Merete Havre will defend her thesis Fair Balance - The principle of proportionality under ECHR article 5 § 3.
Cand. jur. Anders Løvlie at the Departement of Public and International Law, will defend his thesis "The concept of fact in Law", for the degree of Phd
Vikram Kolmannskog will defend his thesis for the degree of dr. Philos:
We are in between - Securing effective rights for persons displaced in the context of climate change and natural hazard-related disasters.
Yang Wang, at the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, will defend her thesis:
Direct Actions and Their Justification: A Tentative Analysis on Direct Actions against Maritime Performing Parties under the Rotterdam Rules
Thomas Frøberg, at the Departement of Public and International Law, will defend his thesis "Arguing with legal principles"
Rozemarijn van der Hilst, at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, will defend her thesis; Putting Privacy to the Test: How Counter-Terrorism Technology is Challenging Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights
Cand. jur Imran Haider will defend his thesis Concepts of income in National Insurance Act - a complex system
Cand. jur Eirik Bjørge will defend his thesis Evolutionary interpretation of treaties
Cand. jur Øystein Jensen will defend his thesis The Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf: Law and Legitimacy for the degree of ph.d.