Recent Publications *

The Contemporary Relevance of Carl Schmitt: Law, Politics, Theology, Matilda Arvidsson, Leila Brännström, and Panu Minkkinen (2015)
Europeanization of the Judiciary in Southeast Europe, Sanja Bogojevic, Judicial Application of International Law in Southeast Europe (2015)
EU Climate change litigation: All Quiet on the Luxembourgian Front?, Sanja Bogojevic, Research Handbook on Climate Change Mitigation Law (2014)

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European Union Climate Change Law: Leadership Ambitions in a Multilateral Regime, Sanja Bogojevic, Oxford Handbook of International Climate Change Law (2014)

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Svåra problem med åldersbedömningen, Gregor Noll, InfoTorg Juridik (2014)

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Refuge from climate change-related harm: Evaluating the scope of international protection following New Zealand’s Teitiota Judgment, Matthew Scott, Refugee Law Initiative, University of London Doctoral Affiliates Network Second Postgraduate Workshop on Refugee Law, University of London (2014)
Spatial justice and the case of street art, Matilda Arvidsson and Peter Bengtsen, Art, Life and the Rule of Law (2014)
* Based on date of publication.
Updated as of 07/29/14

Top 10 Papers in SelectedWorks @ Lund University Faculty of Law *

  1. Tillbaka till familjen: privat och offentligt ansvar i den svenska äldreomsorgen, Mirjam Katzin, Retfaerd (2014).
  2. Swedish National Implementation of the Sustainability Criteria for Transport Biofuels from Directive 2008/29/EC; Questionnaire, Evgenia Pavlovskaia (2011).
  3. Overview of Swedish Criminal Procedure, Christoffer Wong (2012).
  4. Harassment related to Sex and Sexual Harassment Law in 33 European Countries, Discrimination versus Dignity, Ann Numhauser-Henning (2012).
  5. Befriar leken från ansvar? Om BDSM, samtycke och social adekvans, Linnéa Wegerstad, Juridisk Publikation (2012).
  6. Dubbel straffbarhet i svensk straff- och straffprocessrätt (trans. "Double criminality in Swedish criminal and criminal procedural law"), Christoffer Wong, Festskrift till Suzanne Wennberg (2009).
  7. Refuge from climate change-related harm: Evaluating the scope of international protection following New Zealand’s Teitiota Judgment, Matthew Scott, Refugee Law Initiative, University of London Doctoral Affiliates Network Second Postgraduate Workshop on Refugee Law, University of London (2014).
  8. Why Human Rights Fail to Protect Undocumented Migrants, Gregor Noll, European Journal of Migration and Law (2010).
  9. Chapter 6 of the Swedish Penal Code, Christoffer Wong (2013).
  10. Climate change, natural disasters and non-refoulement: What scope for resisting expulsion under Articles 3 & 8 ECHR?, Matthew Scott, Presentation prepared for workshop "Climate Change-related Displacement: What Scope for Protection under Refugee and Human Rights Law?" (2013).
* Based on the average number of full-text downloads per day since the paper was posted.
Updated as of 07/29/14