Doctoral thesis "Legal information as a tool - Where legal sources meet technology and their users”

The doctoral project deals with legal information retrieval, the concept of legal information within the framework of the doctrine of legal sources and the information-seeking behaviour of lawyers.

A discrepancy between solutions for legal information retrieval and the idea of a generally accepted authoritative doctrine of legal sources can be noticed. Many of the challenges lie outside the legal area and concern the ambiguity of language, changes in search algorithms and information anxiety in most users nowadays.

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Favourite conferences


Presentation (SV) together with Pam Storr on Går personlig integritet ihop med dataanalys? at Computer Sweden Säkerhetsdag 2016 in Stockholm, 24 February 2016


Presentation (DE) on Kooperation von Rechtsinformation und AnwenderInnen at IRIS 2015, Internationales Rechtsinformatik Symposion, Universität Salzburg, Austria, 26-28 February 2015


Presentation (EN) on The future of Legal Education (Tech meets Law) at Stockholm Legal Hackers, 2 December 2014

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Favourite publications


Co-author, together with Pam Storr, Internet of Things: Right to Data from a European Perspective, in Marcelo Corrales, Mark Fenwick, Nikolaus Forgó (Eds.), New Technology, Big Data and the Law, Springer, 2017 (EN)


Editor and main author, Update to Swedish monograph in Kluwer’s International Encyclopaedia for Cyber Law, version 2


Co-author, Law as an app – technology in legal education, together with Pam Storr, Lov & Data Nr. 4/2012, originally published at VoxPopuLII here

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