Founded in the international and national legal framework for businesses in a globalised world, the CBS LAWs research focuses on Business Law from a societal and commercial perspective. Consequently, the research concentrates on the content of and interplay between International Law, EU Law and National Law.

CBS LAW is closed temporarily as a result of the Danish Government shutting down all educational institutions. Research and educational activities continue online wherever possible.
Follow CBS LAW’s monthly Legal Research Paper Series! In this issue, we explore The gradual change of direction in the European digital policy on the content layer that took place after the introduction of the 2015 Digital Single Market Strategy, EU Climate Law in proposal to regulation COM(2020) in a perspective of Public Private Partnerships, Whether legal pragmatism may function as a useful and adequate explanatory model for the case law on tax avoidance unfolding in the Danish Supreme Court
Ph.d. fellow Maria Rasmussen and professors Ruth Nielsen and Christina Tvarnø from CBS LAW have been published in Europarättslig tidskrift with their article titled: “Gender equality in transition – sexual harassment as discrimination.”
Assistant Professor Yvette Lind of CBS Law has written a blogpost for the Raoul Wallenberg Institute
Professor Peter Arnt Nielsen of CBS LAW has written the article "The 2019 Hague Judgments convention - from failure to success?". The article has been published in the Journal for Private International Law (online).

CBS LAW is a constituent part of Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy and consists of 18 researchers, seven PhD Fellows, three administrative staff members, four student assistants and approximately 90 external part time teachers. In addition, there are two professors emeriti and one adjunct professor.

  • CBS LAW aims to provide high quality research relevant for the Danish society at large, and is informed by the societal challenges
  • CBS LAW aims to provide high quality research relevant for the Danish business community in response to the specific needs of that community
  • CBS LAW operates within the European and Danish context, while also taking account of the wider Scandinavian and global context
  • CBS LAW focuses on law in the business & society context
  • CBS LAW creates, develops and delivers high quality research-based teaching



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