RESOLVE – Dispute Resolution Research Group
The Dispute Resolution Research Group (RESOLVE) aims to produce and disseminate research-based knowledge about civil procedure and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) for the benefit of legal education programs, the judiciary and society in general. On this website, you can read more about the research group and our research. You can also seek advice on master thesis writing within our research area.
The Dispute Resolution Research Group (RESOLVE) aims to produce and disseminate research-based knowledge about civil procedure and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) for the benefit of legal education programs, the judiciary and society in general.
The research group provides a framework for research collaboration across the different research centers at the faculty as well as with researchers from outside the faculty. The research group also functions as a platform for collaboration with relevant actors interested in the field of dispute resolution, namely practicing attorneys, judges, arbitration and mediation institutions, arbitrators and mediators.
The members of the research group will gladly assist and contribute with relevant academic knowledge in relation to the organization and carrying out of moot court proceedings.
The research group is organized in three main areas with the following researchers as coordinators for each area:
- Civil procedure, enforcement proceedings, complaints boards and tribunals – Professor Clement Salung Petersen
- Mediation, conciliation and negotiation – Associate Professor Lin Adrian
- Arbitration, in particular commercial arbitration and construction arbitration: Associate Professor Sylvie Cécile Cavaleri and Assistant Professor Johan Tufte-Kristensen
If you wish to know more about the research group, please contact our research group coordinator, professor Clement Salung Petersen.
The Dispute Resolution Research Group (RESOLVE) is concerned with dispute resolution and enforcement in the broad sense, including:
- The administration of justice in Denmark, including its Europeanisation through EU law, the European Convention on Human Rights and soft law instruments
- Conflict of laws and international as well as comparative civil procedure law
- Danish and international arbitration law, including commercial and construction arbitration
- Mediation, conciliation and negotiation
- Online dispute resolution (ODR), including dispute resolution and enforcement on digital platforms
- Conflict theory
Are you considering writing your master thesis about civil procedure, mediation or arbitration? The members of the research group will be happy to suggest topics or research questions which are suited for master theses.
Professor Clement Salung Petersen
Faculty of Law
University of Copenhagen
South Campus, Building: 6B.3.62
Karen Blixens Plads 16
DK-2300 Copenhagen S
Phone: (45) 35 32 31 44