CORA - Centre for Public Regulation and Administration

The centre aims to clarify the development of fundamental values and principles of law in an age where Europeanization and globalisation of the society has led to an increase in public regulation and administration of specific spheres of life. As such, the centre will research and critically analyse the changing faces of governmental power in public law.

3 circles with icons: @, Police, Windmills. Word cloud: The Principle of Free Access, Ex Officio, The principle of equality, Freedom of speech, The principle of legality













Trine Baumbach, head of CORA
TB carries the overall and coordinating responsibility for CORA. Furthermore, she represents the Centre with regard to the Deanship and the rest of the administration of the Faculty. Hereby she is responsible for the running and the economy of the Centre, as well as for the communication with collaborators and other stakeholders of the Centre. She chairs the advisory board of the Centre (The Centre Council).

Henrik Stevnsborg
HS is responsible for the joint education activities of the centre, including updating of the offered thesis subjects under CORA, and also the organization of seminars in current bachelor’s projects- and thesis subjects, as well as intervening seminars where the researchers of the centre present their current research.















































Name Title Image
Haugsted, Thomas PhD Student Billede af Haugsted, Thomas
Hjerrild, Niels Mikael PhD Student Billede af Hjerrild, Niels Mikael
Linde, Laura Rosa PhD Fellow Billede af Linde, Laura Rosa
Ravnholt, Trine PhD Fellow Billede af Ravnholt, Trine


Trine BaumbachHead of Centre,
Trine Baumbach

South Campus, Building: 6A.3.44
Karen Blixens Plads 16
DK-2300 Copenhagen S

Phone: +45 35 32 33 42