Gernandt & Danielsson has a strong commitment to the law. This is also reflected in our work in the legal community, which has a clear focus on legal advancement and education. We participate in teaching at law departments at Swedish universities. Additionally, we support various higher research and education programmes as well as several initiatives aimed specifically at students. Below is a selection of our work in recent times.
Gernandt & Danielsson sponsors Juridisk Publikation (The Law Publication), a student-run organization with editorial offices in Stockholm, Uppsala, Gothenburg and Lund, whose primary purpose is to publish an academic journal of law. We provide not only financial assistance, but also training for the editors. Read more about the journal here.
SCCL Research Fellow at Oxford University
Gernandt & Danielsson sponsors a research fellowship at the University of Oxford which has been announced by the Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law (SCCL). The research fellowship is part of SCCL’s collaboration with The Institute of European and Comparative Law at the University of Oxford. Read more about the research fellowship here.
ICAL Scholarship for Chinese Students at Stockholm University
Gernandt & Danielsson sponsors The Master of Laws in International Commercial Arbitration Law programme (ICAL) at Stockholm University. This scholarship programme provides three Chinese law students with the opportunity to participate in a one-year master’s programme in dispute resolution. Read more about the scholarship programme here.
Gernandt & Danielsson sponsors Juridikpodden, Sweden’s first podcast about law. The programme, which was established in 2013 by civil law professor Mårten Schultz and lawyer Tove Lindgren, focuses on discussions and advancements in the area of law and legal policy. Read more about Juridikpodden here.
The anthology Arbete och fest
Gernandt & Danielsson co-sponsored the publication of Arbete och Fest (“Work and Celebration”, Iustus, 2014), an anthology written by current and former teaching assistants (amanuensis) at the Department of Law, Uppsala University. Several employees at the firm also contributed chapters to the book. Read more about the anthology here.