Good Scientific Practice
The Dean, on the recommendation of the Academic Council, has appointed Professor Morten Rosenmeier and Professor Clement Salung Petersen as Named Persons (NP) to support Good Scientific Practice. Their role as named persons is currently regulated by the Guidelines for Named Person at the University of Copenhagen of 2 December 2020 (KUnet).
The two named persons can be applied to for sparring, advice and guidance on good scientific practice in relation to research performed at the Faculty of Law.
Role of the named persons:
• To inform and advise on standards for Good Scientific Practice
• To advise individuals in connection with their specific suspicions of a breach of Good Scientific Practice, the possibilities of protesting such a breach and the consequences of doing so.
• To encourage the ongoing discussion of standards for Good Scientific Practice in the Faculty’s academic circles.
Advice in specific cases
The Faculty’s named persons offer advice to individuals on specific suspicions of a breach of Good Scientific Practice, the possibilities of protesting such a breach and the consequences of doing so.
Enquiries to named persons are generally confidential. However, a named person has an obligation to inform the faculty management about a substantiated suspicion of research misconduct or other serious violations of good scientific practice.
Such advice is always given orally via telephone or at a meeting. No personal data is recorded in connection with such advice.
Any inquiry concerning advice in specific cases must be made in person (by phone, if preferred) to one of the named persons. No replies will be sent to anonymous inquiries and no material concerning specific cases will be accepted via email.
If you have any questions regarding good scientific practice or the named person scheme, you are welcome to contact one of the Faculty’s named persons.
Tel. 3532 3161
Clement Salung Petersen
Tel. 3532 3144