Runar Hilleren Lie

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Telefon +47 22859431
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Besøksadresse Domus Nova 5 etg.
Postadresse Postboks 6706 St. Olavs plass 0130 Oslo

Runar Lie is a Doctoral Research Fellow at the PluriCourts Centre of Excellence, here he is working on the research project LEGINVEST. Using empirical and computational methods he studies the behavior of the actors in the international investment arbitration system.

He holds a law degree from the University of Oslo, he has a background as a lawyer, an entrepreneur and developer, and is currently deeply involved in the development of the PluriCourts Investment Treaty and Arbitration Database (PITAD).

Details about his current PhD project can be found here.

Teaching

JUS5851 – International Investment Law
JUS5671 – Legal Technology: Artificial Intelligence and Law

Emneord: International Investment Law, Energy law, Socio-Legal Studies, International Economic Law, International Development, Methodology, Computational legal studies

Publikasjoner

  • Lie, Runar Hilleren (2022). The Influencers of International Investment Law: A Computational Study of ISDS Actors’ Changing Behavior. German Law Journal. ISSN 2071-8322. doi: 10.1017/glj.2022.20.
  • Lie, Runar Hilleren (2022). The Influence of Law Firms in Investment Arbitration. I Behn, Daniel; Fauchald, Ole Kristian & Langford, Malcolm (Red.), The Legitimacy of Investment Arbitration: Empirical Perspectives. Cambridge University Press. ISSN 978-1-108-83758-3. doi: 10.1017/9781108946636.005.
  • Behn, Daniel; Langford, Malcolm Stroud; Létourneau-Tremblay, Laura & Lie, Runar Hilleren (2021). Evidence-Guided Reform: Surveying the Empirical Research on Arbitrator Bias and Diversity in Investor-State Arbitration. I Elsig, Manfred; Polanco, Rodrigo & van der Bossche, Peter (Red.), International Economic Dispute Settlement: Demise or Transformation?. Cambridge University Press. ISSN 9781108832830. s. 264–294. Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
  • Langford, Malcolm; Behn, Daniel & Lie, Runar Hilleren (2020). Computational stylometry: predicting the authorship of investment treaty awards. I Whalen, Ryan (Red.), Computational Legal Studies - The Promise and Challenge of Data-Driven Research. Edward Elgar Publishing. ISSN 978 1 78897 744 9. s. 53–76. doi: https%3A/doi.org/10.4337/9781788977456.00008.
  • Langford, Malcolm; Behn, Daniel Friedrich & Lie, Runar Hilleren (2017). The Revolving Door in International Investment Arbitration. Journal of international economic law. ISSN 1369-3034. 20(2), s. 301–332. doi: 10.1093/jiel/jgx018. Fulltekst i vitenarkiv

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Publisert 4. sep. 2018 12:23 - Sist endret 19. mai 2022 18:00