About Mads Andenas

Mads Andenas is a Professor of Law at the University of Oslo. He holds the degrees of Cand jur (Oslo), Ph D (Cambridge) and MA and DPhil (Oxford).
He is one of five members of the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, see http://www2.ohchr.org/english/issues/detention/index.htm.
Senior academic appointments in the United Kingdom include as Director of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, London and Director of the Centre of European Law at King’s College, University of London.
He remains a Fellow of the Institute of European and Comparative Law, University of Oxford and at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, School of Advanced Studies, University of London.
He has been Visiting Professor at University of Paris I (Sorbonne) in 2006 and University of Rome La Sapienza in 2004-8, in 2002–3 he held the Chaire W J Ganshof van der Meersch under the Fondation Philippe Wiener—Maurice Anspach at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and in 2005 he was a Fellow of Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS). In 2006 he delivered the Annual Guido Carli Lecture at the University of LUISS Guido Carli, Rome. In 2008-9 he delivered a series of lectures at l'École normale Supérieure, Paris om human rights and comparative law.
He is Editor of the International and Comparative Law Quarterly (Oxford University Press) and of European Business Law Review (Kluwer Law International) and on the editorial boards of some ten other law journals and book series, including as General Editor of the Martinus Nijhoff Series in International Trade Law.
He is a Bencher of the Inner Temple, London, an Honorary Fellow of the Society of Legal Studies (UK) and a Fellow of the International Academy of Commercial and Consumer Law (where he is presently a member of the board). He is an Honorary Member of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, London.
He was the Secretary General of the Fédération internationale de droit européen 2000-2002, the Hon Secretary of the UK Association of European Law 1997-2008 and the Hon Secretary of the UK Committee of Comparative Law 1999-2005. He was the Chair, Association of Human Rights Institutes (AHRI) in 2008. He has been a member of International Law Association's Securities Regulation Committee since 1999.
Research
He is involved in research projects concerning the relationship between national law and European and international law, comparative constitutional and human rights law and constitutional aspects of the EU and the WTO. One main current research interest is the role of rule of law and rights concepts in the implementation of international human rights standards and the development of court remedies. The publications below illustrate research output, project organisation and research networks in relevant fields.
M Andenas and F Wooldridge European Comparative Company Law (Cambridge University Press 2009).
G Alpa and M Andenas Grundlagen des Europäischen Privatrechts (Springer Verlag 2009).
M Andenas and D Fairgrieve (eds) Tom Bingham and the Transformation of the Law (Oxford University Press 2009)
M Andenas and F Ortino (eds) WTO Law and Process (BIICL London 2005).
M Andenas and K Alexander (ed) WTO and Trade in Services (Nijhoff Brill 2008).
M Andenas English Public Law and the Common Law of Europe (Key Haven Publishing London 1998).
G Canivet, M Andenas and D Fairgrieve (eds) Comparative Law before the Courts (BIICL London 2004)
G Canivet, M Andenas and D Fairgrieve (eds) Judicial Independence and Accountability (BIICL London 2006) pp 1-34.
R Mullersohn M Fitzmaurice and M Andenas (eds) Constitutional Reform and International Law in Eastern Europe (Kluwer Law International London The Hague Boston 1997) pp xxii + 348.
M Andenas and FG Jacobs (eds) Community Law in English Courts (Oxford University Press Oxford 1998) pp xxvi + 295.
M Andenas (ed) Court Review in International Perspective (Kluwer Law International London The Hague Boston 2000).
M Andenas (ed) The Creation and Amendment of Constitutional Norms (BIICL 2001) pp 410.
M Andenas and JA Usher (eds) The Treaty of Nice and Beyond Enlargement and Constitutional Reform (Hart Publishing Oxford 2003) pp 448.
M Andenas and S Zleptnig Proportionality and Balancing in the WTO: a comparative perspective (2007) 20 Cambridge Review of International Affairs.
M Andenas and S Zleptnig Trade and Non-Trade Values: Proportionality and Balancing in the WTO in M Andenas and K Alexander (eds) WTO and Trade in Services (Brill 2008).
M Andenas and F Wooldridge Comparative European Company Law (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2008)
G Alpa and M Andenas Fondamenti del diritto privato europeo (Guiffré Milano 2005)
M Andenas, B Hess and P Oberhammer (eds) Enforcement Agencies Practice in Europe (BIICL London 2005)
G Canivet, M Andenas and D Fairgrieve (eds) Comparative Law before the Courts (BIICL London 2004)
M Andenas and Y Avgerinos (eds) Financial Markets in Europe: Towards a Single Regulator (Kluwer Law International The Hague 2003)
M Andenas and D Fairgrieve Reforming Crown Immunity (2003) Public Law 730-52
D Fairgrieve, M Andenas and J Bell (eds) Tort Liability of Public Authorities in Comparative Perspective (BIICL London 2002)
M Andenas and WH Roth (eds) The Right to Provide Services in EC Law (Oxford University Press Oxford 2002)
M Andenas and D Fairgrieve Misfeasance in Public Office, Governmental Liability and European Influences (2002) 51 ICLQ 757-780

Positions

Present Professor of Law, University of Oslo
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Disciplines

Law

Contact Information

PB 6706 St. Olavs plass
0130 OSLO, NORWAY

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Financial Market Regulation (3)

European Union Law (1)

Proportionality (1)

Comparative law before the courts (1)

Macro-prudential supervision in Europe (2)

Laibility for banking regulators (1)