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Law - Q&A with programme staff
Join Lund University staff from the Faculty of Law for a live Q&A about our two English-taught degree programmes in Law: International Human Rights Law and European Business Law. You will have the opportunity to hear from several staff members who can share info about their programmes, the faculty, academic life, and other opportunities available to you as a Law student. You will also have the chance to ask any questions you might have in an open Q&A format.

The following Master's programmes will be represented in this session:
- European Business Law
- International Human Rights Law
- European and International Trade and Tax Law

Dec 8, 2022 02:00 PM in Stockholm

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Speakers

Daniel Gunnarsson
International Marketing Manager @the International Marketing and Recruitment team at Lund University
Daniel will be moderating this live Q&A. Daniel has worked with international marketing and recruitment at Lund University for many years and has supported students from all over the world applying to studies. He has also worked with the Lund University Global Scholarship programme. Daniel is a Lund University graduate.
Julian Nowag
Programme Director for the Master's programme in European Business Law @the Faculty of Law at Lund University
Julian is one of the Directors of the Master programme in European Business Law and teaches course on competition and various areas of EU law. He undertook his undergraduate studies in Germany (Konstanz & Frankfurt), Austria (Vienna), and his postgraduate the UK (Durham and Oxford).
Daria Davitti
Co-Director for the Master's programme in International Human Rights Law @the Faculty of Law at Lund University
Daria Davitti is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law and Co-Director of the Faculty’s Master Programme in International Human Rights Law. Her research and teaching focuses on human rights protection in complex situations, including armed conflict, humanitarian emergencies, climate breakdown and at the intersection with large-scale development projects.
Anders Tröjer
Programme Coordinator @the Faculty of Law at Lund University
Anders is the programme coordinator for the LL.Ms at the Faculty of Law: European Business Law and International Human Rights Law.
Jörgen Hettne
Programme director for the Master's programme in European and International Trade and Tax Law @the Department of Business Law at the Lund University School of Economics and Management