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Juris Degree

Опубликовано: 15.12.2017

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Juris Doctor webinar - May 2017

Georg Philip Krog, Norwegian nationality, is a research fellow

pursuing a Doctor Juris Degree at the University of Oslo's Norwegian Research

Center for Computers and Law.

Georg is a graduate of the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo, and

a former Research Assistant to Professor Dr. Juris Jon Bing and EFTA Court

Judge Dr. Juris Henrik Bull.

Georg teaches a number of academic courses at the Faculty of Law

in Oslo, i.e. Norwegian Legal Methodology, Norwegian Real Property Law,

Norwegian Family Law and Law on Inheritance and Succession, Norwegian Contract

Law, Norwegian Monetary Law. He also tutors research assistants and master

students for master thesis in Private International Law.

Georg has been a visiting scholar at the Max-Planck-Institut

fü r auslä ndisches und internationales Privatrecht, in Hamburg (http://www.mpipriv-hh.mpg.de/), a

Visiting Scholar at Stanford Law School (http://www.law.stanford.edu/), and a

Visiting Researcher at Harvard Law School (http://www.law.harvard.edu), European Law

Research Center (http://www.law.harvard.edu/programs/elrc/)

and a Visiting Scholar at the WIPO Academy (http://www.wipo.int/academy/en/).

The principle area of Georg´ s doctoral research centers on

Regulation No. 44/2001 (the Brussels I Regulation) Article 5. 3, its proper

construction and efficient application.


                    The Brussels I

Regulation regulates international adjudicative competence in civil and

commercial matters for the intra-Community legal order of the European Union

where upon Article 5. 3 regulates international adjudicative in/competence in

matters relating to non-contractual liability.


                    The thesis

examines the construction of the component parts of power-conferring norms in

accordance with the scheme and system of the Brussels I Regulation in general

and Art 5. 3 in particular.


                    The thesis

investigates the following question: - if, by what and how distinct general

classes of normative consequence-relations in particular interdefine a

court´ s and a legal relationship´ s respective

competence/non-immunity and incompetence/immunity in matters relating to

non-contractual liability.


Sydney Law School - The Sydney Juris Doctor (JD)

 
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