The International Law Group comprises researchers in the fields of EU law, ocean law and international law. Several international law researchers are also affiliated to the multi-disciplinary research community CERGU (Centre for European Research at the University of Gothenburg).
The international Law Group actively strives to create an inclusive research environment where both researchers and postgraduate students in the field of international law are involved. A part of this work consists of arranging seminars with affiliated and external researchers, as well as joint seminars with other research groups at the Department of Law.
The International Law Group has strong networking ties to the international law environments at the University of Melbourne, the University of New South Wales, the Free University of Amsterdam, the University of Kent and Turku University. There are also long-standing network collaborations with EUI Florence and with Columbia University, in particular its Centre for Sustainable Investment Law.