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  • 1. Michael, James Bret
    et al.
    Tikk, Eneken
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law. Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    Wingfield, Thomas C.
    From Chaos to Collective Defense2010In: Computer, ISSN 0018-9162, E-ISSN 1558-0814, Vol. 43, no 8, 91-94 p.Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Deterrence, civil defense, collective defense, and arms control were key national security doctrines in the 20th century, and they are being reevaluated now for application to cyberspace.

  • 2.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    A Proactive Approach: Law Libraries2006Collection (editor) (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Reliance on routines to avoid mistakes is a self-evident feature of many fields of human activity. The commercial pilot preparing for take-off, the engineer designing a bridge and the insurance company introducing a new product all depend on proven methods to ensure that nothing important is forgotten and to assess the consequences of planned measures. Legal work is somewhat atypical in the foregoing respect. Compared with many other activities, there are few descriptions of how the various segments of a legal task are to be devised in order to achieve the greatest possible certainty of result. Lawyers tend to work reactively, i.e., the focus is on solving problems that have already arisen. Efforts aimed at avoiding problems before they begin to brew - i.e., proactively - are less common. The proactive approach is not unknown in the legal sphere but as compared to many other fields of the law the perspective is not very well elaborated. Against this background this volume of Scandinavian Studies in Law presents 25 articles on various aspects of proactive approaches in law, the majority of them focusing on contracting issues. The collection is simultaneously a documentation of a conference on proactive law held in Stockholm 2005. In addition to the articles on proactive law this volume contains a presentation of major law libraries in the Scandinavian countries.

    Table of Contents:

    Barton, Thomas D., Thinking Preventively and Proactively, p. 71-92

    Bing, Jon and Mahler, Tobias, Contractual Risk Management in an ICT Context - Searching for a Possible Interface between Legal Methods and Risk Analysis, p. 339-358

    Cummins, Tim, Best Practices In Commercial Contracting, p. 131-148

    Daicoff, Susan, The Comprehensive Law Movement: An Emerging Approach to Legal Problems, p. 109-128

    Dauer, Eduard A., The Role of Culture in Legal Risk Management, p. 93-108

    Haapio, Helena, Introduction to Proactive Law from a Business Lawyer's Point of View, p. 21-34

    Haapio, Helena, Business Success and Problem Prevention through Proactive Contracting, p. 149-194

    Haarala-Nystén, Soili, Contract Law and Everyday Contracting, p. 263-284

    Haavisto, Vaula, Contracting in Networks, p. 237-254

    Jakobsen Sandfeld, Søren, Entering New and Converging Media Markets: How to Take a Proactive Approach to Legal Issues in the Electronic Communications Sector, p. 393-406

    Kavaleff, Anette, Successful Outsourcing through Proactive Contracting - Strategy, Risk Assessment and Implementation, p. 215-226

    Lando, Henrik, Determinants of the Optimal Degree of Pro-activeness in Contracting, p. 255-262

    Magnusson, Jarl S., Proactive Law - and the Importance of Data and Information Resources, p. 407-424

    Magnusson Sjöberg, Cecilia, Presentation of the Nordic School of Proactive Law, p. 13-20

    Paris, Carolyn E.C., Contract Management: Design Parameters and Challenges to Implementation, p. 195-214

    Pohjonen, Soile, Proactive Law in Academia, p. 53-70

    Sadighi Firozabadi, Babak and Sergot, Marek , The Role of Agreements in Virtual Organisations, p. 297-304

    Schartum, Dag Wiese, Introduction to a Government-based Perspective on Proactive Law, p. 35-52

    Seipel, Peter, Nordic School of Proactive Law Conference 2005: Closing Comments, p. 359-364

    Syse, Aslak, Equality and Accessibility: A Proactive Approach to Strengthen the Legal Status and Protection Against Discrimination of Persons with Disabilities, p. 367-384

    Taskinen, Tommi K.J., Some Thoughts on Proactive Counselling and Legal Mentality, p. 227-236

    Trzaskowski, Jan, Legal Risk Management in a Global, Electronic Marketplace, p. 319-338

    Weitzenböck, Emily M., Prevention is Better than Cure: Fostering the Growth of Dynamic Networked Organisations through the use of Proactive Legal Measures, p. 305-318

    Vikström, Mats, The Impact of IT on the Foundation for Businesses Daily Operation, p. 285-296

    Zimmer, Frederik, Tax Legislation between Politics and Legal (and Economic) Thinking, p. 385-392

    Law Libraries in Denmark, p. 427-433

    Law Libraries in Finland, p. 434-441

    Norwegian Law Libraries, p. 442-447

    Law Libraries in Sweden, p. 448-462

  • 3.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Allmän rättslära: Rättsteoretiska seminarier 2006/072007Collection (editor) (Other academic)
  • 4.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Allmän rättslära: Studiematerial 2007/082007Collection (editor) (Other academic)
  • 5.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Allmän rättslära: Studiematerial 2008/092008Collection (editor) (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [sv]

    Material för kursen Allmän rättslära vid Stockholms universitet. Allmän rättslära bygger på kunskaper tidigare förvärvade under juristutbildningen och är ett obligatoriskt inslag i utbildningens avancerade del. Syftet är att studierna skall ge fördjupade insikter om rättsordningen och om dess roll i samhället. Uppgiften är därtill att peka på gränsdragningsproblem mellan rätt, politik och moral samt att behandla förhållandet mellan individ och stat. Kursen skall vidare förmedla kunskap om juridisk argumentation och om metoder för lagtolkning respektive lagstiftning. Allmän rättslära skall även öka förståelsen för det rättsliga tänkandets betydelse i en föränderlig värld.

  • 6.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    Att sortera rätt2011In: Dagens JuridikArticle in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [sv]

    Också rättsvetenskap bygger på klassificering. Juridiska begrepp och regler analyseras. Indelningarna är funktionellt, teoretiskt eller rättsligt motiverade. Drivfjädern kan vara att påvisa skillnader eller likheter visavi tidigare lösningar. Diskussionerna är många och resultaten ofta detaljerade. Ett exempel är åtskiljandet av olika former av uppsåt.

    Juridiska klassificeringar är dock inte alltid optimalt utformade. En del är outvecklat eller svårbegripligt. Andra indelningar verkar ha överlevt sig själva.

  • 7.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    Automatiserade juridiska beslut2013In: Juridisk metodlära / [ed] Fredric Korling, Mauro Zamboni, Lund: Studentlitteratur, 2013, 1, 395-420 p.Chapter in book (Refereed)
  • 8.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Avveckla domstolarna!2009In: Dagens JuridikArticle in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 9.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Bra eller dålig lag?: Om att skära i barn2007In: Dagens juridik, Vol. 2007-10-03Article in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 10.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Bredda diskussionen om lagarnas legitimitet2008In: Dagens JuridikArticle in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 11.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    Commercial Law2012Collection (editor) (Refereed)
  • 12.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Company Law2003Collection (editor) (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    This volume of Scandinavian Studies in Law (Sc.St.L.) addresses legal issues related to company law. The articles cover a number of different areas, especially those concerning limited liability companies. In addition, several problems relating to the interpretation of the European company law directives are analysed. Thus, both national and European perspectives are included. The Scandinavian countries have a long tradition of cooperation in the area of company law. Denmark, Finland and Sweden are members of the EU. Norway and Iceland are linked to the Union via the European Economic Area Agreement. As a consequence, all the Scandinavian countries have harmonized their legislation in accordance with the company law directives, which has brought important consequences for all these countries. Reflecting a broad spectrum of issues currently attracting interest in the Scandinavian countries, as well as in many other European countries which are in the process of adjusting their legislation to the EU standards, this volume of Sc.St.L. provides an important contribution to the international discussion.

    Table of Contents:

    Andersen, Krüger Paul, Corporate Governance in Denmark, p. 11-28

    Andersson, Jan, Model Business Corporation Act for Europe - The Alternative to Harmonisation by Directives, or?, p. 29-44

    Björgvinsdóttir, Áslaug, Icelandic Company Law, p. 45-66

    Bråthen, Tore, Consent Requirements for Share Acquisitions in Limited Liability Companies According to Norwegian Law, p. 67-88

    Clausen, Nis Jul and Sørensen, Engsig Karsten, The 2003 Proposal for a Directive on Takeover Bids - Impact on the Regulation in Scandinavia, p. 89-110

    Dotevall, Rolf, Choice-of-law Rules for International Cooperative Agreements, p. 111-118

    Fjørtoft,Tore Gjems-Onstad, Ole, Cooperative Law in Norway - Time for Codification?, p. 119-138

    Giertsen, Johan, Triangle Mergers: A Distinctive Norwegian Type of Transactions, p. 139-146

    Hansen, Friis Søren, The Free Movement of Companies, p. 147-172

    Hansen, Lau Jesper, The Mandatory Bid Rule: The Rise to Prominence of a Misconception, p. 173-192

    Hemström, Carl, Swedish Company Legislation over Six Decades - A Brief Outline, p. 193-202

    Johansson, Svante, Registration and Execution of Amendments of Articles of Association, p. 203-214

    Moberg, Krister, Auditors' Liability for Damages, p. 215-248

    Mohamed, Sideek, Legislative Initiative in the Field of Direct Taxation in the EC, p. 249-258

    Samuelsson, Per, Boards of Limited Companies: Internal Governance Structures, p. 259-278

    af Sandeberg, Catarina, Exemption of Liability - Where to Draw the Line, p. 279-292

    Skog, Rolf, The European Union's Proposed Takeover Directive: the "Breakthrough"Rule and the Swedish System of Dual Class Common Stock, p. 293-306

    Werlauff, Erik, The SE Company: A 'Federal' Company Type

    Available from 8 October 2004, p. 307-326

  • 13.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Constitutional Law: Constitutions2007Collection (editor) (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Constitutions make up the foundations of societies and from a historical point of view there is little doubt that constitutional law and its various manifestations has had a crucial impact on the development of modern society. At a more detailed level constitutions provide meta rules about how state mechanisms and rule-making processes in a given society are intended to function. In this respect constitutional law sets up authoritative frameworks for how the administration is build up, and ultimately determines the nature of the relationship between a state and its citizens. Consequently it is also fair to say that constitutions define important components of national identities. The publication of this volume is well timed. In the European sphere constitutional law is currently much debated, especially as a consequence of the European Union (EU) integration project and its accompanying demands for constitutional revisions and adoption of super governmental principles. The impact of the project is much discussed and the opinions vary. The process also has initiated referendums in several countries, and the recent failure to ratify the new Constitutional Treaty has prompted a renewed debate on the legitimacy of European integration. Simultaneously a number of events in which several constitutional principles appear to clash with religious and ethical concerns have been given much attention in the media. Several recent incidents have also stirred up debates concerning the limits of constitutional principles and the need for revisions. The Danish publication of Muhammad caricatures, frequent clashes between principles concerning freedom of the press versus privacy, minority rights, and the protection of religious freedom are just a few examples of this. In the first part of this 52nd volume of Scandinavian Studies of Law (Sc.St.L.) 17 articles on constitutional law are presented. The second part is a documentation of the second annual conference of the Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies (SIEPS) Why Europe? Possibilities and limits of European integration which was held in Stockholm 16 November 2006. The purpose of the conference was to provide scholarly perspectives on the sources of legitimacy, the democratic credentials and the constitutional alternatives for the EU. The contributions in this section are further elaborations of the speeches delivered at the conference. In addition, in order to provide a background to the discussions, this volume presents English versions of the Constitutions of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.

    Table of Contents:

    Arajärvi, Pentti, The Finnish Perspective on the Last-Resort Support for Subsistence, p. 17-40

    Bergström, Maria, New Modes of Constitution Making: Towards Fewer and More Flexible Provisions?, p. 41-48

    Bernitz, Ulf, The European Constitutional Project and the Swedish Constitution, p. 49-64

    Bull, Thomas, Blowing in the Wind? Swedish Protection of Whistler-blowers in the Public Sector, p. 65-78

    Ekeli Skagen, Kristian, How Difficult Should it be to Amend Constitutional Laws? p. 79-102

    Follesdal, Andreas, Would the Constitutional Treaty Help Alleviate the Union's Legitimacy Crisis?, p. 371-382

    Follesdal, Andreas, Why International Human Rights Judicial Review might be Democratically Legitimate, p. 103-122

    Jensen Hansen, Michael, The Protection of Property Rights Under the Danish Constitution, p. 123-132

    Hautamäki, Veli-Pekka, Novel Rules in the Finnish Constitution - The Question of Applicability, p. 133-154

    Koch, Henning, Right of Resistance - A European Democratic Notion, p. 155-186

    Krunke, Helle, The Indirect Effect of the Treaty on a Constitution for Europe, p. 187-202

    Langdal, Fredrik and von Sydow, Göran, Democracy, Legitimacy and Constitutionalism, p. 351-370

    Moravcsik, Andrew, The European Union: Rhetoric and Reality, p. 383-392

    Nergelius, Joakim, New Tendencies in Modern Nordic Constitutional Doctrine or the Development of Nordic Constitutional Law: Introduction and General Background, p. 11-16

    Ojanen, Tuomas, EU Law and the Response of the Constitutional Law Committee of the Finnish Parliament, p. 203-226

    Olsen Palmer, Henrik, The Right to Freedom of Religion: a Critical Review, p. 227-254

    Rytter Elo, Jens, Constitutional Interpretation - Between Legalism and Law-Making, p. 255-272

    Sand, Inger-Johanne, From National Sovereignty to International and Global Cooperation: The Changing Context and Challenges of Constitutional Law in a Global Society, p. 273-298

    Shaw, Jo, One or Many Constitutions? The Constitutional Future of the European Union in the 2000s from a Legal Perspective, p. 393-408

    Viljanen, Jukka, The European Convention on Human Rights and the Transformation of the Finnish Fundamental Rights System, p. 299-320

    Zetterquist, Ola, A European Social Contract?, p. 321-348

    The Constitutional Act of Denmark, p. 411-422

    The Constitution of Finland, p. 423-448

    Constitution of the Republic of Iceland, p. 449-458

    The Constitution of the Kingdom of Norway, p. 459-474

    Sweden: The Instrument of Government, p. 475-500

  • 14.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Criminal Law2009Collection (editor) (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 15.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    De öververbala2010In: Dagens juridik, no 12-13Article in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 16.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Det är inte rättvist!2008In: Dagens Juridik, Vol. 2008-06-13Article in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 17.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    En lakun i allmän rättslära2007In: Juridiska fakulteten i Stockholm 100 år: En minnesskrift, Juridiska fakulteten i Stockholm, Stockholm , 2007Chapter in book (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 18.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    Environmental Law2014Collection (editor) (Refereed)
  • 19.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    Human Rights: Their Limitation and Proliferation2010Collection (editor) (Other academic)
  • 20.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Hur man undviker överbelastning2009In: Dagens JuridikArticle in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 21.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Hur tänker jurister?: Om en oprövad forskningsansats2009In: Lagstiftning i teori och praktik: Rapport från 2009 års forskningsinternat / [ed] Granström, G., Hjertstedt, M., Umeå: Juridiska institutionen , 2009, 101-105 p.Conference paper (Refereed)
  • 22.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Hur väl fungerar lagarna?2008In: Dagens JuridikArticle in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 23.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    ICT: Legal Issues2010Collection (editor) (Other academic)
  • 24.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Intellectual Property2002Collection (editor) (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Intellectual property has become in recent years an issue which almost everyone has a conscious relation to, partly as a consequence of the digitalisation and the growth of the Internet. It is also obvious that an increasing number of social sectors are becoming affected by problems related to intellectual property, as the technical progress continues. Recent illustrations of this development are provided by the debate about the possibilities of protecting DNA sequences, the increasing awareness of the social impact of granting patents for various medical solutions, and the growing use of the Internet as a medium for transmitting music files. The legal framework covering these issues is multifaceted. It is also noticeable the field is constantly undergoing changes, as various interests are being articulated and challenged. Reflecting several of these aspects this issue of Sc.St.L. provides an overview of many of the issues currently debated in the international arena. The volume also contains a cumulative index for Volumes 1-41 of the series.

    Table of Contents:

    Bernitz, Ulf, The EC Directive on Comparative Advertising and its Implementation in the Nordic Countries: Especially in Relation to Intellectual Property, p. 11-29

    Bing, Jon, Intellectual Property Exclusive Access Rights and Some Policy Implications, p. 31-48

    Domeij, Bengt, Implied Technical Warranties in Patent Licenses, p. 49-64

    Hammarén, Anna, The Copyrightability of Stage Direction, p. 65-71

    Karnell, Gunnar W.G., European Originality: A Copyright Chimera, p. 73-82

    Levin, Marianne, Intellectual Property Rights in Transition: Legal Structures and Concepts in Adaptation to Technological Challenges Towards an Intellectual Property System for the 21st Century: A Nordic-European Research Programme, p. 83-95

    Nordell, Per Jonas, The Notion of Originality - Redundant or not?, p. 97-111

    Oesch, Rainer, Copyright Liability and the Internet from the Finnish Law Point of View, p. 113-125

    Pisuke, Heiki, Building a National Intellectual Property Protection System: Some Issues Concerning Copyright and Related Rights in Estonia, p. 127-145

    Rosén, Jan, Server Copyright Liability - Notes on the Swedish Act on Liability for Intermediaries and two Recent Decisions of the Swedish Supreme Court, p. 147-163

    Rosén, Jan, Administrative Institutions in Copyright: Notes on the Nordic Countries, p. 165-176

    Sandgren, Claes, Interpretation of Patent Claims, p. 177-190

    Seipel, Peter, Copyright, Information Technology, and the Edifice of Knowledge, p. 191-215

    Strömholm, Stig, Droit Moral - The International and Comparative Scene from a Scandinavian Viewpoint, p. 217-253

    Wahlgren, Peter, Cumulative Index Volumes 1-41, p. 293-336

    Westerlund, Li, Biotech Patents: Grant Requirements and Scope of Protection, p. 255-289

  • 25.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Intellektuella kaninburar - eller kulturella växthus?2007In: Dagens JuridikArticle in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 26.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    International Aspects2000Collection (editor) (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    This volume presents 23 articles on International Law. The book is divided into three sections, European Law, Comparative Studies, and Extraterritorial Problems. Since 1995, not only Denmark but also Finland and Sweden have become members of the EU. Iceland and Norway are related to the community law via the EEA Agreement, creating the European Economic Area. From this it naturally follows that the reception of European law and the interaction between European law and national law are topics of particular relevance to Scandinavian law at the present time. As a result of the Nordic participation in the EU and the general trend towards greater international cooperation there is clearly also a growing demand outside Scandinavia for information about Scandinavian law, legal thought and tradition. For comparative legal studies Scandinavian law has much to offer, and the editors hope that this volume will be an easily accessible source abridging the language barrier.

    Table of Contents:

    Bernitz, Ulf, Swedish Standard Contracts Law and the EC Dirctive on Contract Terms, p. 13-27

    Bernitz, Ulf, Nordic Legislative Cooperation in the New Europe-A Challenge for the Nordic Countries in the EU Perspective, p. 39 29-42

    Bernitz, Ulf, Retroactive Legislation in a European Perspective-On the Importance of General Principles of Law, p. 43-58

    Blomstrand, Severin, Nordic Co-operation on Legislation in the Field of Private Law, p. 59-77

    Bloth, Christian, Aspects of Scandinavian and German Product Liability - A Comparison, p. 231-274

    Bring, Ove, Arms Control and International Environmental Law, p. 397-417

    Eng, Svein, The Doctrine of Precedent in English and Norwegian Law-Some Common and Specific Features, p. 275-324

    Fisher, David I., Injury to Rights of Personality Caused by Satellite Programme Contents: Prospects of Relief under the Law of Outer Space, p. 419-430

    Hallström, Pär, The European Union – From Reciprocity to Loyalty, p. 79-88

    Honka, Hannu, EC Competition Law on Multimodal Transport – Recent Development, p. 89-109

    Lindblom, Per Henrik, The Role of the Supreme Courts in Scandinavia, p. 325-366

    Lookofsky, Joseph, The Harmonization of Private and Commercial Law: “Towards a European Civil Code”, p. 111-121

    Mahmoudi, Said, Protection of the European Environment after the Amsterdam Treaty, p. 123-137

    Nielsen, Poul Runge, The Community Directive on Investment Services: The Controversy on Mutual Recognition and Home Country Control, p. 139-183

    Ramberg, Jan, The Law and Practice of International Commercial Contracts in the 2000s, p. 431-437

    Saldeen, Åke, Some Reflections on Children’s Rights in a European Perspective, p. 185-206

    Sundberg, Jacob, Comparative Law and The Swedish Model, p. 367-386

    Sundberg, Jacob, Airline Deregulation: Legal and Administrative Problems, p. 439-479

    Thormundsson, Jonatan, The Sources of International Criminal Law with Reference to the Human Rights Principles of Domestic Criminal Law, p. 387-393

    Thuesen, Elisabeth, EU Regulation on Product Exchange and Promotion of Cultural Exchange in Europe, p. 207-217

    Tiberg, Hugo, Why Cover the Wreck of a Sunken Ship?, p. 481-490

    Westerhäll, Lotta, Free Movement and Social Security in an Integration Perspective, p. 219-228

    Wrange, Pål, The American and British Bombings of Iraq and International Law, p. 491-514

  • 27.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    International Cooperation in Crisis Management: A European Perspective2011In: The CIP Report, ISSN 1864-2586, Vol. 9, no 12Article in journal (Other academic)
  • 28.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    IT Law2004Collection (editor) (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    The progress of information and communication technology (IT) has surpassed all expectations. IT is affecting almost every aspect of human life and the development can be expected to continue as the technology becomes more advanced and costs continue to drop. The Scandinavian countries have long been in the forefront when it comes to the use of IT, mobile telephones and the Internet. The awareness of technical potentialities is reflected in a longstanding jurisprudential interest in the field. The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute traces its origin back to 1968, the Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law held its first seminar in 1970, and, not surprisingly, the activities in this field are presently more intense than ever. Following this tradition, this volume of Scandinavian Studies in Law presents 27 newly written articles on current legal issues relating to IT. The contributors are all scholars and practitioners active in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.

    Table of Contents:

    Bing, Jon, Internationalisation and Constant Change, p. 11-30

    Blume, Peter, Data Protection in the Private Sector, p. 297-318

    Bygrave, Lee A., Privacy Protection in a Global Context - A Comparative Overview, p. 319-348

    Galtung, Andreas, The Norwegian Internet Ethical Council, p. 407-419

    Halldórsdóttir, Hjördis, The European Union – From Reciprocity to Loyalty, p. 155-172

    Hansen, Kim G., Software Patents in Europe, p. 173-201

    Helling, Erik, Retrieving the Sources of Legal Decision-Making - Technical Possibilities and Related Legal Issues, p. 531-557

    Hreinsson, Páll, Electronic Administration in Iceland, p. 225-243

    Kirchberger, Christine and y Olano, Jon Ramón, Issues of Security and Interoperability in Electronic Public Procurement, p. 51-77

    Larsson, Conny, Telecom Companies as Crime Investigators, p. 421-449

    Larusdottir, Jonina S., Liability of Intermediaries for Copyright Infringement in the Case of Hosting on the Internet, p. 471-490

    Lundblad, Nicklas, Privacy in the Noise Society, p. 349-371

    Magnusson Sjöberg, Cecilia and Nordén, Anna, Managing Electronic Signatures - Current Challenges, p. 79-95

    Maunsbach, Ulf, Some Reflexions Concerning Jurisdiction in Cases on Cross-border Trademark Infringements Through the Internet, p. 493-512

    Nielsen, Ruth, Employment and ICT Law, p. 97-110

    Olsson, Anders R., Big Brother, Small Sisters and Free Speech: Reanalyzing some Threats to Personal Privacy, p. 373-387

    Pöysti, Tuomas, ICT and Legal Principles: Sources and Paradigm of Information Law, p. 559-600

    Ramberg, Christina, Electronic Communications under the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, CISG, p. 111-130

    Riisnæs, Rolf, Digital Certificates and Certification Services, p. 131-151

    Saarenpää, Ahti, E-government and Good Government: An Impossible Equation in the new Network Society?, p. 245-273

    Schartum, Dag Wiese, Making Access Rights Operative, p. 275-294

    Seipel, Peter, IT Law in the Framework of Legal Informatics, p. 31-47

    Still, Viveca, On the Theoretical Foundations of the Principle of Free Flow of Information as Applied to Copyright, p. 203-221

    Victorin, Anders, Expropriation for Telecom and Other Infrastructure - the Swedish Experience, p. 513-527

    Wahlgren, Peter, IT and Legislative Development, p. 601-618

    Wennerström, Erik, EU-legislation and Cybercrime: A Decade of European Legal Developments, p. 451-470

    Öman, Sören, Implementing Data Protection in Law, p. 389-403

  • 29.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    Juridik och etik2012In: Dagens juridikArticle in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 30.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    Juridik som livsinnehåll2010In: Dagens juridikArticle in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 31.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Juridik som teater?2009In: Dagens juridikArticle in journal (Other academic)
  • 32.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Juridik som terapi2009In: Dagens juridikArticle in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 33.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    Katastrofjuridik2011In: Dagens JuridikArticle in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [sv]

    Katastrofjuridik handlar om ansvar och riskallokering, etablering av skyddsmekanismer, räddningspersonalens arbetsmiljö och om arbetets administrativa organisation. Centralt är också hur pass ingripande kontroll och insatssystem får vara. Hur hanteras integritet, hur skall personuppgifter skyddas och hur bör offentlighet och sekretess regleras i dessa sammanhang?

  • 34.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Kognitiv juridik2009In: Dagens JuridikArticle in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 35.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Kraven på rättsväsendets pedagogiska förmåga har skärpts2009In: Dagens JuridikArticle in journal (Refereed)
  • 36.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Kvalitetssäkring av lagar - lagrådets möjligheter och begränsningar2009In: Svensk juristtidning, ISSN 0039-6591, 320-324 p.Article in journal (Refereed)
  • 37.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Lagstiftning: rationalitet, teknik, möjligheter2014 (ed. 2)Book (Other academic)
  • 38.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Lagstiftningens rationalitet och legitimitet2007In: Allmän rättslära: Rättsteoretiska seminarier 2006/07, Stiftelsen skrifter utgivna av juridiska fakulteten vid Stockholms universitet, Stockholm , 2007Chapter in book (Other academic)
  • 39.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Law and Society2008Collection (editor) (Other academic)
    Abstract [sv]

    This 53rd volume of Scandinavian Studies in Law (Sc.St.L.) is dedicated to the subject and perspectives of Sociology of law. The volume comprises 22 articles and is divided into five sections: theoretical aspects of law, inherent tensions within sociology of law as a science, legal cultures and legal reasoning, the legal profession, and finally, empirical studies primarily dealing with the consequences of law.

    Sociology of law is a branch of legal science which provides an external perspective on law and the legal system. The approach has both scientific and practical consequences for the study of law. The external perspective leads the scholar to raise other than dogmatic questions about the proper application of law in different situations.

    Noticeable is also that there is a distinction between sociology of law and socio-legal studies or legal sociology. In the socio-legal perspective the sociological part seeks merely to contribute to an understanding of law on its own terms. Legal sociology has thus been labelled an auxiliary science to legal science. Sociology of law, on the other hand, claims to be an academic subject in its own right.

    The editorial board of Sc.St.L. is affiliated with the Stockholm University Law Faculty. The overall objective of the series is to present Scandinavian law and legal theory to a wide readership in the English language.

    Table of Contents

    Theoretical Aspects of Law

    The Concept of Norms in Sociology of Law

    Håkan Hydén & Måns Svensson 15-32

    On Law, Power and Society: A View of a Moral Dialectic

    Thora Margareta Bertilsson 33-44

    The Interaction of Society, Politics and Law: The Legal and Communicative Theories of Habermas, Luhmann and Teubner

    Inger-Johanne Sand 45-76

    When are Theories about the Phases of Legal Evolution

    Advanced and Why?

    Jørgen Dalberg-Larsen 77-92

    Law in a Global Knowledge Economy

    – Following the Path of Scandinavian Sociolegal Theory

    Ulf Petrusson & Mats Glavå

    Inherent Tensions within Sociology of Law as a Science

    Sociology of Law as a Multidisciplinary Field of Research

    Kaijus Ervasti 137-150

    The Politics of Legal Cultures

    Reza Banakar 151-176

    Two Challenges to Normative Legal Scholarship

    Kaarlo Tuori 177-204

    Legal Cultures and Legal Reasoning

    Privileges, Rights and Advantages: Inuit, Danish, and

    European Subjects in the Making

    Hanne Petersen 205-218

    Living Ruins of the Law: On Legal Change and

    Legal History in Late Modernity

    Kjell Å Modéer 219-230

    Sense and Sensibility – Classic Rhetoric as a Model for

    Modern Legal Thinking

    Hans Petter Graver 231-258

    Law, Power and Language: Beware of Metaphors

    Jonas Ebbesson 259-270

    Tacit Knowledge – a Neglected Source of Private Law

    Niklas Bruun 271-282

    The Legal Profession

    The Development of the Danish Legal Profession

    Ole Hammerslev 283-302

    Return to the Copenhagen “Magic Circle”: First Elements of a Longitudinal Study of Large Law Firms in Denmark

    Mikael Rask Madsen 303-320

    Defender, Spokesperson, Therapist: Representing the

    True Interest of the Client in Therapeutic Law

    Anna Hollander, Maritha Jacobsson & Stefan Sjöström 321-338

    From Empathy to Autism – how Ignorance became the Norm

    Dennis Töllborg 339-350

    Empirical Studies on the Consequences of Law

    Breaking and Making Norms

    Ellen Almers and Per Wickenberg 351-370

    Law and Participation

    Matthias Baier 371-390

    Law and Cyber Society: Socio-legal Perspectives on the Internet

    Patrik Olsson 391-406

    Court Decisions in Public Procurement: Delineating the Grey Zone

    Lina Carlsson & Karsten Åström 407-420

    The Free Movement of Services, Industrial Action and

    the Swedish Industrial Relations Model – the Legal

    Structure and Actors’ Acting in the Laval Case

    Örjan Edström 421-446

    Contributors 447

  • 40.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Legal Issues of the Late 1990s1999Collection (editor) (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    This volume contains 18 articles, all of which deal with substantial legal problems. The articles have been arranged under the headings: Commercial Law, Copyright Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Labour Law, Tort and Liability, and Transport Law. In this way the volume provides a broad overview of many of the issues currently attracting much attention in Scandinavia. Most of the articles in this volume were written between 1995 and 1999. Some of them have recently been published in the Scandinavian countries and have now been translated into English for the present series. Other contributions have originally been written in English.

    Table of Contents:

    Agell, Anders, Family Forms and Legal Policies:A Comparative View from a Swedish Observer, p. 197-216

    Bejstam, Lars, Social Benefits and Families with Children - The Family Concept, p. 217-253

    Bengtsson, Bertil, Tort Liability and Insurance Practice, p. 281-294

    Björnsson, Arnljótur, A Survey of Icelandic Tort Law, p. 295-314

    Gorton, Lars, Breach and Remedies in Chartering in the Swedish Maritime Code of 1994, p. 455-479

    Gorton, Lars, The Liability for Freight, p. 481-499

    Hellner, Jan, Specific Performance in Swedish Contract Law, p. 13-24

    Larsson, Marie-Louise, Legal Definitions of the Environment and of Environmental Damage, p. 155-176

    Lassen, Birger Stuevold, On Copyright in Saami Joiks, p. 115-124

    Leijonhufvud, Madeleine, Corruption – A Swedish Problem?, p. 127-151

    Nygaard, Nils, Who is Subject to Liability Pursuant to Section 55 of The Pollution Act?, p. 177-193

    Radetzki, Marcus, Cause and Damage: Interpretation of Liability-activating Causation Terms in Property Insurance, p. 315-430

    Sandvik, Björn, Direct and Indirect Loss Under “Catch 22” in the Nordic Law of Sales, p. 25-53

    Schiratzki, Johanna, Custody of Children in Sweden: Recent Developments, p. 255-262

    Sigeman, Tore, Insiders and Outsiders in the Labour Market: Experiences of a Nordic Welfare State in Labour Law Perspective, p. 265-278

    Strömbäck, Erland, Personal Injury Compensation in Sweden Today, p. 431-452

    Victorin, Anders, The Value of Minority Stocks in Compulsory Redemption: Valuation and Values, p. 89-111

    Werlauff, Erik, Best Company Practice: A Duty of Loyalty for the Purpose of Preventing Abuse of Powers Under Company Law, p. 55-87

  • 41.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    Legal Risk Analysis: A Proactive Legal Method2013 (ed. 1)Book (Other academic)
  • 42.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Legal Theory2000Collection (editor) (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    This volume presents 20 articles on various theoretical aspects of law. Legal Theory, or as it is sometimes labelled, Analytical Jurisprudence, is a topic which has been attracting a lot of interest from Scandinavian lawyers for a long time. This tradition has generated a vast amount of literature and is reflected in a continuous debate concerning various methodological and ontological aspects of the law. The articles have been arranged under the subheadings On the Nature of Law, On Legal Concepts and Legal Principles, On Legal Reasoning, Legal Rules and the Development of the Legal System, and Perspectives on Legal Science. Taking into account the richness of the material it is the conviction of the editors that this volume provide interesting material for further discussions concerning legal theory also outside the Scandinavian countries.

    Table of Contents:

    Bjarup, Jes, Ought and Reality: Hägerström's Inaugural Lecture Re-considered, p. 11-72

    Christensen, Anna, Protection of the Established Position, p. 285-324

    Diesen, Christian, Beyond Reasonable Doubt, p. 169-180

    Evald, Jens, Law, Method and Values, p. 73-94

    Hellner, Jan, Causality and Causation in Law, p. 111-134

    Hellner, Jan, The Law of Obligations and he Structure of Swedish Law, p. 325-341

    Jareborg, Nils, Crime Ideologies, p. 431-443

    Jørgensen, Stig, On Concepts in Law, p. 134-145

    Jørgensen, Stig, Lawyers and Hermeneutics, p. 181-188

    Lando, Ole, Some Features of the Law of Contract in the Third Millenium, p. 343-402

    Leijonhufvud, Madeleine, Legal Science and Criminal Policy, p. 421-429

    Niemi, Matti Ilmari, A Conventionalist Analysis of the Preconditions of Knowledge in Legal Dogmatics and the Foundations of Legal Orders, p. 95-107

    Sandgren, Claes, On Empirical Legal Science, p. 445-482

    Skogh, Göran, Property Rights and the Environment, p. 483-504

    Strömholm, Stig, Goal-Steering and Judicial Review, p. 189-197

    Sundell, Jan-Olof, Karl Schlyter – A Swedish Lawyer and Politician, p. 505-514

    Wahlgren, Peter, Legal Reasoning: A Jurisprudential Model, p. 199-282

    Wahlgren, Peter, On the Future of Legal Science, p. 515-525

    Warling-Nerep, Wiweka, Irreconcilable Tasks - a New Model for Law-Making, p. 403-418

    Wilhelmsson, Thomas, Contract and Equality, p. 145-165

  • 43.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Legislative Techniques2007In: Legislation in Context: Essays in Legisprudence, Ashgate, Aldershot , 2007Chapter in book (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 44.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    Manipulation: Lagstiftningsteknik eller integritetskränkning?2010In: Ret, informatik og samfund: Festskrift til Peter Blume / [ed] Henrichsen, C., Rytter, J. E., Rønsholt, S., Köpenhamn: Jurist og Økonomforbundets Forlag , 2010, 145-153 p.Chapter in book (Other academic)
  • 45.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    Manipulation:: Ny strategi för skattelagstiftaren?2014In: Skattelagstiftning: att lagstifta om skatt / [ed] Anders Hultqvist, Peter Melz, Robert Påhlsson, Stockholm: Norstedts Juridik AB, 2014, 33-43 p.Chapter in book (Other academic)
  • 46.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Maritime & Transport Law: Bar Associations2004Collection (editor) (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    This volume of Scandinavian Studies in Law (Sc.St.L.) Gives an overview of the contemporary discussion of maritime and transport law in the Scandinavian countries. Due to obvious geographical reasons maritime and transport law has always played an important role in the Scandinavian countries. Transports also form an essential part of the Scandinavian economy. As a consequence, Maritime and Transport Law has a long history as an established academic topic in the region. This volume reflects this tradition, as the authors of the thirteen articles that are presented are all prominent academics from different universities in Scandinavia where transport law is studied. In addition to the articles on maritime and transport law this volume also contains a presentation of the Bar associations in the Scandinavian countries Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.

    Table of contents:

    Bull, Hans Jacob, Insurance Law and Marine Insurance Law: The Unique Twins, p. 11-33

    Falkanger, Thor, Credit Based Upon Security in Ships, p. 35-59

    Gorton, Lars, Volume Contracts of Affreightment - Some Features and Principles, p. 61-91

    Honka, Hannu, The Legislative Future of Carriage of Goods by Sea: Could it not be the UNCITRAL Draft?, p. 93-120

    Johansson, O. Svante, Settlement of Disputed Marine Insurance Claims, p. 121-133

    Ramberg, Jan, The Future Law of Transport Operators and Service Providers, p. 135-151

    Røsæg, Erik, News under the Athens Sun - New Principles and Lost Opportunities of the Athens Convention 2002, p. 153-173

    Schelin, Johan, CMR Liability in a Law and Economics Perspective, p. 175-190

    Schelin, Johan, Documents under the UNCITRAL Draft Instrument on Carriage of Goods by Sea, p. 191-199

    Tiberg, Hugo, Wrecks and Wreckage in Swedish Waters, p. 201-218

    Ulfbeck, Vibe, The Carrier's Liability for Third Parties for Theft and Robbery under the Danish Carriage of Goods by Road Act, p. 219-227

    Wetterstein, Peter, Environmental Impairment Liability after the Erika and Prestige Accidents, p. 229-256

    Wilhelmsen, Trine-Lise, Hull Insurance of "Latent defects" - i.e. Errors in Design, Material or Workmanship, p. 257-285

    The Danish Bar and Law Society, p. 289-297

    The Finnish Bar Association, p. 299-306

    The Icelandic Bar Association, p. 307-312

    The Norwegian Bar Association, p. 313-322

    The Swedish Bar Association, p. 323-329

  • 47.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Metaforer, liknelser och poesi2009In: Dagens JuridikArticle in journal (Refereed)
  • 48.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    Mångfald eller enfald?2011In: Dagens JuridikArticle in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 49.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.
    Oklok utbildningspolitik2010In: Dagens juridikArticle in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 50.
    Wahlgren, Peter
    Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Department of Law.
    Perspectives on Jurisprudence: Essays in Honor of Jes Bjarup2005Collection (editor) (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Jurisprudence is a generic term denoting the science and philosophy of law. In this respect, the word "jurisprudence" is often used to distinguish studies focusing on aspects of legal form and method from investigations concentrating on the content of the law, i.e. substantive law issues. In the Scandinavian countries, the latter often are referred to as studies in legal dogmatics. In the Scandinavian legal education, jurisprudence is a compulsory subject for most legal degrees. In the academic curricula, the discipline is referred to as the "General Theory of Law" (in Swedish, allmän rättslära). Not surprisingly, its content and objectives are often discussed. The argumentation at times has been intense, as advocates for the various theories articulate different opinions as to the true nature of law, along with accompanying convictions concerning what are, can and should be considered acceptable legal methods. In the international debate, however, the terminological distinction between jurisprudence and legal dogmatics is not always maintained. The word "jurisprudence" is sometimes apparently also used in a broader context as a synonym for "law", covering studies of both kinds. Jurisprudence thus also corresponds to legal science (in Swedish, rättsvetenskap). It is in this sense that the title of this book should be understood. This 48th volume of the Scandinavian Studies in Law (Sc.St.L.) has been dedicated to honour Professor Jes Bjarup on the occasion of his retirement from the chair in Jurisprudence at the Stockholm University Law Faculty in January 2005.

    Table of Contents:

    Anderson, Bruce, A Note on the Process of Introspection, p. 13-24

    Blume, Peter, The Unbearable Lightness of Precedent, p. 25-38

    Dalberg-Larsen, Jørgen, Alf Ross and the Sociology of Law, p. 39-50

    Dufwa, Bill W., Collectivization of Tort Law: Satire, Elegy, Idyll and Realism, p. 51-64

    Ebbesson, Jonas, Law and Sociology in "The Information Age", p. 65-74

    Faralli, Carla, The Legacy of American Legal Realism, p. 75-82

    Frändberg, Åke , Legal Equality, p. 83-98

    Gräns, Minna, Some Aspects of Legal Decision Making in the Light of Cognitive Consistency Theories, p. 99-122

    Harris, James W., The Elusiveness of Property, p. 123-132

    Lebeck, Carl, Pre-commitments, Disagreement and the Limits of Constitutionalism, p. 133-156

    Lernestedt, Claes, Concepts as Property? On the Use and Abuse of Concepts, p. 157-176

    Lyles, Max, Scire leges non hoc est, verba earum tenere, sed vim ac potestatem, p. 177-202

    Mahmoudi, Said, Self-Defence and International Terrorism, p. 203-214

    Martin, Rex, Political Obligation: Some Problems and an Attempted Solution, p. 215-228

    Munukka, Jori, Harmonisation of Contract Law: In Search of a Solution to the Good Faith Problem, p. 229-250

    Pattaro, Enrico, An Overview on Practical Reason in Aquinas, p. 251-268

    Paulson, Stanley L., Some Issues in the Exchange between Hans Kelsen and Erich Kaufmann, p. 269-290

    Peczenik, Alexander, Theory Choice in Jurisprudence, p. 291-308

    Peterson, Claes, What Has Logic Got to Do with It? On the Use of Logic in Christian Wolff's Theory of Natural Law, p. 309-320

    Sandgren, Claes, Law and Reality, p. 321-328

    Sandström, Marie, Law - Fact, Fiction or In Between? Axel Hägerström's Quest for Legal Realism, p. 329-340

    Sartor, Giovanni, Conative Attitudes and Normative Truths, p. 341-370

    Seipel, Peter, Archives in the Service of the People, p. 371-396

    Spaak, Torben, Kelsen and Hart on the Normativity of Law, p. 397-414

    Summers, Robert S., Forms of Phenomena that Implement State-made Law, p. 415-430

    Sundberg, Jacob W.F., A Chair in Jurisprudence, p. 431-464

    Sundell, Jan-Olof, Vilhelm Lundstedt - a Biographical Sketch, p. 465-478

    Tiberg, Hugo, Compensation for Wrongful Imprisonment, p. 479-488

    Tuori, Kaarlo, The Law and its Traditions, p. 489-504

    Wahlgren, Peter, The Purpose and Usefulness of Jurisprudence, p. 505-516

    Varga, Csaba, Change of Paradigms in Legal Reconstruction, p. 517-530

    Wiklund, Ola, The Role of Ideology in Adjudication, p. 531-540

    Wood, David, Retributive and Corrective Justice, Criminal and Private Law, p. 541-582

    Zamboni, Mauro, Legal Realisms and the Dilemma of the Relationship of Contemporary Law and Politics, p. 583-606

    Åqvist, Lennart, Logical Aspects of Some Burden of Proof Problems in Cases of Alleged Violations of the Right to Unionize According to Swedish Labour Law, p. 607-618

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