Art and International Justice Initiative (ARTIJ) together with Centre of Excellence for International Courts (iCourts) is launching a call for papers for the workshop entitled 'Art and International Courts'.
The Nordic countries are often highlighted as role models. Whether focused on their welfare models or relatively high levels of social cohesion and trust in public institutions, the Nordics have been called upon as examples to follow by agents as different as the president of the French republic and small NGOs working to ban the purchase of sexual services.
The iCourts-Centre of Excellence for International Courts and the PhD school at the Faculty of Law invite researches and students with an interest on legal empirical research to a course on Quantitative Data & Web Data Collection for Legal Studies.
On 5 February 2018, the Faculty of Law at the University of Copenhagen will host the inaugural ‘Øresund International Law Workshop’, bringing together international law researchers from the University of Lund and the University of Copenhagen.