The research of CIIR includes both national and international regulation and for some of the research projects a horizontal approach examining the commons of the various law areas.
LEGALESE – Danish Language Processing for Legal TextsLEGALESE is a joint venture by the University of Copenhagen’s Faculty of Law and Department of Computer Science, Schultz, and Ankestyrelsen.
ReCreating Europe: IntermediariesThrough its multidisciplinary approach, the EU-funded reCreating Europe project aims to provide insight into the requirements of a regulatory framework that promotes culturally diverse production and optimises inclusive access and consumption.
Safeguarding competition and equal access to Central Purchasing Bodies’ agreementsThe research project will investigate and analyse whether central purchasing bodies’ agreements are safeguarding the aim of the procurement rules and find new ways of creating competitive and flexible agreements.
Global Genes Local ConcernsGlobal Genes project dealt with legal, ethical and scientific challenges in cross-national biobanking and translational exploitation.
User Generated LawThe fast pace of technological and commercial development in the knowledge society challenge intellectual property law due to the time lag and inflexibility of the traditional model of legal regulation, which is based on statutory law.