Sustainability discussed at the bilateral Sino-Finnish Comparative Law Seminar
The 10th Sino-Finnish Bilateral Seminar on Comparative Law is organised at the University of Helsinki on 10–11 June 2019. The annual seminar is...
What could bring the EU closer to its citizens? More genuine openness and explanations for the impact of decisions, say legal scholars
During its presidency of the Council, Finland is aiming to increase the transparency of governance, which, according to researchers, is a...
Lobbying is necessary in the EU, but it could be more transparent, says a legal scholar
The increasing complexity of decision-making has given lobbyists more power. Researcher Emilia Korkea-aho believes that prejudices related to...
Legal scholar Jukka Mähönen: “I'm inspired by the willingness of young people involved in cooperatives to make the world a better place”
Mähönen is Finland’s first professor of cooperative law.
Susanna Lindroos-Hovinheimo: Without research, ideologies that influence law are easily overlooked
Over the last decade, the prevalence of privacy protection has grown enormously. Susanna Lindroos-Hovinheimo examines the phenomenon from the...
Antti Aine: Sports law guarantees fair conduct by sports associations
Sports law is a growing field where research impacts the life of both young people and top athletes. Antti Aine is the recently appointed...
Success for the University of Helsinki in Vis Moot, the world’s largest moot court competition
In the Vis Moot court competition held in Vienna, the team representing the University of Helsinki ranked among the top 64 from among 372...
Can artificial intelligence be sued? Who is responsible when AI makes the decisions?
In the Middle Ages, even animals could be brought to justice. Will artificial intelligence be held responsible for its doings in the future?