The Centre is interdisciplinary and serves academics at the Faculty of Law and guest researchers doing research on European and EEA law. Our library is recognized by the EU commission as a public documentation centre. Professors at the Centre also make studies for Norwegian ministries.
The objectives of the Centre for European Law are to:
- encourage research and education in European law and EEA law
- maintain a good European law library for researchers at the faculty and others in need of European literature
- provide seminars, lectures and courses
- offer information and relevant publications
- develop forms of cooperation with foreign institutions within the Centre's sphere.
Our main research areas are institutions, procedures, principles and sources of law in EU and EEA law. The Centre also do research on the basic rules of "the four liberties".
News and events
- Book launch: The Reach of Free Movement Nov. 9, 2017 2:20 PM - Events - Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law
- The Reach of Free Movement Oct. 12, 2017 2:33 PM - Books from Centre for European Law - Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law
- Criminal Jurisdiction over Perpetrators of Ship-Source Pollution Sep. 9, 2013 3:01 PM - Books from Centre for European Law - Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law