Department of Law
Covid-19 – information for students and staff
SULaw offers opportunities to both undergraduates and postgraduates students.
Have you been accepted as a student at the Department of Law? Congratulations and welcome! Here's what you need to know for a smooth start.
Do you wish to become a practicing lawyer in Sweden? Stockholm University offers 2 tracks to do so.
The Department of Law at Stockholm University, or SULaw, is the largest law department in Sweden, both in number of researchers and students.
Information about the autumn semester for international students
Latest information and university positions regarding the pandemic
For us, it is important that you, no matter who you are, feel welcome
Virtually all fields of law are represented at the Faculty of Law.
The Faculty enjoys a leading position in Sweden and international prominence in Child Law, Intellectual Property Law, Commercial Law, Law and Information Technology and Penal Law.
The Faculty of Law has several institutes and centres, in which some of the foremost researchers in their respective fields are active.
Find out more about our latest published dissertations and other publications in English.
Due to the current situation surrounding covid-19, the Department of Law has compiled information about what applies to teaching and examination during the first half of the autumn semester 2021.
Patricia Shaughnessy has been appointed as an alternate member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration.
Warm congratulations to Frantzeska Papadopoulou Skarp, now promoted to Professor of Intellectual Property Law at Stockholm University!
Learn more about our five Masters of Laws
Study law near the heart of the city, in the world's first national urban park. Come and meet us on campus Frescati!
The Faculty of Law at Stockholm University is the country's largest law faculty, both in terms of number of researchers and students.