Professor, procedural law, law and gender
As a dean, I mostly work administratively. Most importantly, my job is to support our staff to be good researchers and teachers and to suggest solutions in different situations. Part of my work it to think about strategies: where the academic world is going and how the faculty best can fulfil its task in the changing world.
At the moment, gender-based violence takes a central place in my research. My methodological interest is in discourse analysis and the construction of concepts and identities in legal texts. Also insolvency law has been among my research interests from early on.
I am an Associate Professor working at the Faculty of Law and with the INEQ initiative. My research focuses on the issues of exclusion of different legal subjects through law and its interpretation. My main research areas are legal theory, human rights law, feminist theory and law and the humanities.
I work as an Academy of Finland Postdoctoral Fellow at the Law Faculty. I research and teach especially legal theory and philosophy as well as animal law. I teach in Finnish, Swedish and English.
Heikki Marjosola LL.D., B.Soc.Sc. is Associate Professor of Financial Law, University of Helsinki. His current research interests relate to digital finance and financial innovation, EU securities law and regulatory governance of the EU financial markets. Heikki’s key areas of expertise include financial law and regulation, financial markets, securities law, company law, and EU law. Previously, he held a position of assistant professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science for two years. Before his academic career, Heikki worked as a capital markets and M&A lawyer in a Helsinki-based law firm. He regularly acts as an independent advisor in matters relating to banking and finance as well as EU law
I work as a university lecturer in criminal and procedural law at the Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki. I research criminal law, with a specific focus on corporate environments and corporate sustainability.
I am a Doctoral Researcher in Law and a Sustainable Development Candidate with the Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki. Via my research I explore the simultaneous wonder and welter that is ecosystem (-based) governance under international law, vis-à-vis the Arctic Ocean.
PhD student, working in the Doctoral Programme in History and Cultural Heritage at the University of Helsinki.
Between Power Politics and Maritime Trade. Dutch Commercial Diplomacy with Denmark and Sweden in 1675-1697