Scandinavian Studies in Law


Your Guide to Scandinavian Law and Legal Theory

Stockholm Institute for Scandinavian Law is attached to the Stockholm University Law Faculty. The overall objective of the Institute is to present Scandinavian law and legal theory to a wide readership in the English language. The Institute publishes Scandinavian Studies in Law (Sc.St.L.), a series of books presenting articles by Scandianvian jurists and legal experts.

The first volume was presented in 1957 and so far more than 800 articles have been published, many of them freely available in full text via the Sc.St.L. database.

Scandinavian Studies in Law comprises articles on a variety of legal subjects and each volume focuses on a specific legal topic. The database is continuously updated with articles in full text. Read More...

39 International Aspects, February 2000
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International Aspects volume 39This 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.

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