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Institute for Labour Law

Lifecycle:1 Oct 1997 →  Today
Organisation profile:

The Institute is part of the Faculty of Law and is a subdivision of the unit ‘Labour Law and Social Security Law’. The unit’s mission is to produce and involve in:

  • fundamental research that conforms with the highest scientific standards;
  • research of high quality with relevance for legal practice and policy;
  • education and training in the unit’s relevant fields, with the aim to provide the most recent, research based knowledge and qualitative guidance of students;
  • an active and critical role in the related legal field of practice, policy and the wider public debate related to the unit’s areas of expertise;
  • participation in national and international relevant networks and organisations, both in the academic world as in the world of practice and policy making.