Department of Law

News

2017.11.02 | Research news

Assistant Professor awarded grant for research project in EU law

Graham Butler, Assistant Professor at the Department of Law, Aarhus BSS, has been awarded grant of 1,25 million DKK from the Aarhus University Research Foundation (AUFF)…

2017.01.17 | Research news

Researcher: War robots are not illegal

New legal research concludes that weapons systems with autonomous attack capabilities capable of selecting and engaging a target without human interference are not…

2016.12.06 | People

Negotiation expert appointed honorary associate professor

For almost a decade, he has introduced law students and lawyers to the noble art of negotiation. Now, Executive VP Mikkel Gudsøe has been appointed honorary associate…

2016.12.05 | Public/media

The Department of Law gets its own courtroom

Students and employees at Aarhus BSS - Aarhus University can now simulate and train their skills at legal proceedings in real-life surroundings.

Degree Programmes


Events

Wed 25 Apr
10:00-16:00 | Aarhus University, Denmark
CVG Symposium
International Symposium 25-26 April. Today, production takes place in globally fragmented chains and networks of suppliers and corporate groups. In theory, global value chains should allow value and risk to be equally distributed across the points of production. Law plays a central role both in enabling these modes of production and in providing solutions to the problem.
Mon 28 May
12:00-13:30 | Juridisk Institut, Aarhus Universitet, bygning 1410, lokale 247
Multi-level governance – a theory of European integration originating in political science
Foredrag på dansk - arrangeret af Niels Skovmand Rasmussen, SDU og Tanja Jørgensen, AU
Wed 06 Jun
12:15-13:00 | Building 1410, Room 247, Department of Law, Aarhus University
Seminar: Political Questions and the Court of Justice of the European Union – Jed Odermatt
Seminar details: The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has found itself increasingly faced with issues that are ‘political’ in nature. How does the CJEU navigate these sensitive political issues?