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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.
This volume includes chapters on "Newcomers in the Electricity Market: Aggregators and Storage", "Hydropower Concessions in the EU: A Need for Liberalisation or Privatisation?", "Investments and des-Investments in the Energy Sector", "Offshore Decommissioning in the North Sea", "CCS as a Climate Tool: North Sea Practice" and "From EU Climate Goals to National Climate Laws".
Article by Andreas Føllesdal published in the Journal of Political Philosophy.
Article by Fang-Yi Chiou, Silje S. L. Hermansen and Bjørn Høyland, published in European Union Politics.
Article by Juan Pablo Pérez León Acevedo in Pace International Law Review.
Book chapter by Christina Voigt, published in The Promise of Law: Essays marking the retirement of Dame Sian Elias as Chief Justice of New Zealand.
Article by Vegard Tørstad, published in Environmental Politics.
Book by Juan Pablo Pérez-León-Acevedo, published by Ara Editores.
Article by Juan Pablo Pérez-León-Acevedo, published in Nordic Journal of International Law.
Book chapter by Bernard Ntahiraja, published in International Criminal Justice in Africa 2018, edited by HJ van der Merwe and Gerhard Kemp.
Special issue edited by Christina Voigt, published in University of Hawaii Law Review.
The report presents recommendations upon which a European Maritime Space can be constructed and which can guide the drafting of a legal framework that strikes a fair balance between competition and free movement, on the one hand, and fair wages and working conditions, on the other.
Article by Narisong Huhe, Daniel Naurin and Robert Thomson, published in European Union Politics.
Book review by Tommaso Pavone, published in The American Journal of Comparative Law.
This paper: Business, Human Rights and Peace: An Exploratory Study of the Role of Corporate Human Rights Practices and Corporate Accountability in the Promotion of Negative and Positive Peace, is written by Elena Assenza. She holds a B.A. in International Affairs from the John Cabot University of Rome, Italy and a M.Sc. in the Theory and Practice of Human Rights from the University of Oslo, Norway (Faculty of Law, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights).
She has been a visiting student at the University of Massachusetts (UMASS), USA and at the Universidade Paulista of Saõ Paulo, Brazil.
During her undergraduate and graduate studies, she has interned for the Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri in Rome and collaborated with the Business for Peace Foundation of Oslo in the preparation of the 2018 Business for Peace Oslo Summit.
Her research interests include business and human rights, public international law and human rights law.
She is currently living in Brussels while undertaking a traineeship at the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union for the Directorate-General Communication and Information.
She aims to pursue a Ph.D. in International Law and Human Rights.
Monograph by Nertila Kuraj.
Article by Mattias Derlén, Johan Lindholm and Daniel Naurin, published in Europarättslig tidskrift.
Book chapter by Juan-Pablo Pérez-León-Acevedo, published in General Principles and the Coherence of International Law.
Book chapter by Juan-Pablo Pérez-León-Acevedo, published in The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence 2018.
Article by Emma Brandon, published in Oslo Law Review.
Forthcoming monograph by postdoctoral fellow Tommaso Pavone.
Article by Vegard Tørstad, published in Environmental Science & Policy.
Article by Juan Pablo Pérez León Acevedo, published in Liora Lazarus and Ben Goodman (eds.) Security and Human Rights, Hart publishing.
Book chapter by Juan-Pablo Pérez-León-Acevedo, published in Martin Scheinin (ed.) Human Rights Norms in ‘Other’ International Courts, Cambridge University Press.