2013.08.19 | Research news

Doctoral dissertation on new technologies and patent law

On Friday 30 August 2013, Tine Sommer will defend her doctoral dissertation bearing the title Can Law Make Life (too) Simple? From gene patents to the patenting of environmentally sound technologies.

2013.07.04 | Awards

Lars Henrik Gam Madsen named lecturer of the year

At the Faculty Party in June, Professor Lars Henrik Gam Madsen was named "Lecturer of the Year at BSS". Lars Henrik Gam Madsen is a highly accomplished lecturer, and his teaching now even includes the use of an electronic learning platform for giving students a clearer insight into the world of law and a more active role in relation to written…

2013.05.15 | Research news

Courts' lack of openness can hit small business

New research shows that neither Danish nor a number of foreign courts are complying with the UN’s convention for international trade. There is a lack of openness about the judgements. This can have serious consequences for many small Danish businesses involved in international law cases, warns AU researcher.

The whole Vis Moot team 2013 from Aarhus University, including coaches.

2013.04.23 | Education news

Law students earn recognition and win impressive position at this year’s Vis Moot

This year’s Vis Moot team from Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences, Department of Law, was among the top 16 best teams at this year’s Vis Moot competition at which a total of 290 universities participated. The team therefore put Denmark on the world map in this prestigious international competition where no other Danish teams…

2013.04.23 | News from the management

Lecturer of the year

The Legal Academic Council (Jurrådet) has awarded associate professor Helle Isager, Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences, Department of Law, the lecturer of the year award. In presenting the award, the students are acknowledging Helle Isager for her instructive and effective teaching.

2013.03.11 | News type, Research news, People

Students to benefit from new research into international law

The Department of Law at Aarhus University has received a DKK 6 million grant from the Professor Max Sørensen Memorial Foundation. The grant is to be used to boost the study of international law and will greatly benefit law students at the university.

2013.03.08 | News type, Research news

Law professor appointed to new committee on human rights law

The Danish Ministry of Justice has appointed Michael Hansen Jensen, Professor of Law at Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences, to a special committee on human rights law tasked with assessing the importance of granting greater prominence to human rights in Danish law.

2013.02.28 | Lecture / talk, Public/media, Staff

Max Sørensen lecture pulling in crowds

On 19 January 2013, the renowned AU law professor Max Sørensen would have been 100 years old. The event was celebrated in a packed Lakeside Lecture Theatre. Supreme court judge Jens Peter Christensen, LLD, gave the anniversary lecture.

2013.02.11 | Public/media, Students, Staff

Max Sørensen lecture 2013 – constitutional law and political science

To mark the centenary of the birth of Max Sørensen, professor at AU and LLD, Jens Peter Christensen, high court judge and LLD, will be giving a lecture about Max Sørensen on 19 February 2013 from 12.15 until 13.15 in Lakeside Lecture Theatre 1.

2012.11.26 | Knowledge exchange, Public/media, Events

Democracy and fundamental rights of individuals – are international human rights conventions superior to Danish laws?

Denmark has committed itself to comply with the European Convention on Human Rights administered by the European Court of Human Rights. The Danish Constitution also protects human rights, but the Convention on Human Rights can be interpreted more broadly in some aspects, meaning that the European Court of Human Rights interprets the convention…

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