Josefin Natalie Engström
Public International Law, International Law, Investment Law, Arbitration, International Courts, Human Rights Law
PhD project on the International Investment Law regime and the consequences of reforming and constitutionalizing the system.
- 2018-2019 Visiting Researcher at Harvard Law School, Harvard University, USA
- 2016-2020 Ph.D. Candidate in Law and Lecturer in International Investment Law, University of Oslo
- 2014-2016 Senior Associate Lawyer, Advokatfirmaet Schjødt AS (leave of absence)
- 2011-2014 Associate Lawyer, Advokatfirmaet Schjødt AS
- 2010 Trainee Lawyer, Vinge Advokatfirma KB, Stockholm
- 2006-2008 Journalist, Aftenposten AS
- 2008-2010 Master of Laws (LL.M.), Stockholm University
- 2003-2005 Bachelor in Journalism, OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University
- 2002-2003 Exphil/Exfac, University of Oslo
- Head of Committee, ICJ Norway - Committee for the Independence of Judges and Lawyers
ICJ is an independent, international organisation (NGO) with secretariat in Geneva, established in 1952. ICJ is composed of the International Commission (60 eminent jurists from all regions of the world) and more than 80 branches in as many countries. ICJ’s objective is to promote and protect human rights through the Rule of Law, including strengthening the individual's fundamental rights and freedoms and promote the independence of the judiciary and legal profession, as well as all States implementation of international standards. ICJ Norway is organised through several committees.
The Committee for the Independence of Judges and Lawyers is working to support and protect judges’ and lawyers’ function as independent legal actors, both nationally and internationally.
- Teaching supervisor, Club Schjødt - The Nordic Moot Court Competition on Human Rights
The Nordic Moot Court Competition on Human Rights is a competition on alleged violations of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). Students from law faculties in the Nordic region have competed for the Sporrong-Lönnroth price for over 20 years. Participation in the competition (elective subject) grants 10 credits at the University of Oslo.
Nominated for Best Norwegian Journal Article of 2017, all categories, by The University Press.
Published in Lov og Rett no. 10, 2017. ISSN 0024-6980. 56(10), s 590- 608.