PhD Thesis Defence
The PhD thesis defence is a seminar where the doctoral student presents his or her thesis in public in the presence of an expert in the field from another university, known as the opponent. The opponent is officially appointed by the Faculty Board. The Faculty Board also appoints a chairman of the public defence and an examining board. The examining board evaluates the thesis and the candidate's defence of the thesis. Based on their evaluation, the Board assigns a grade of “Pass" or “Fail".
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Public defences at the faculty
- Information about upcoming public defences in the Faculty's calendar.
- Information about upcoming public defences in the Lund University calendar.
The Rule of Law in Economic
Emergency in the European Union
Date of defence: onsdagen den 26 april
Faculty Opponent: professor Takis Tridimas, King´s College, London
Subject: konstitutionell rätt
Soo Hyun Lee
Right to Regulate for Sustainable Development in International Investment Law
The Challenge of Incomplete Assessments, Promise of Sustainable Investment, and Need for Reserved Optimism
Date of defence: 4 April
Faculty Opponent: Associate Professor Caroline Henckels, Monash University
Subject: Public International Law
The roles of migration law in the context of domestic violence upon family migration
Date of defence: 17 March
Faculty Opponent: Professor Anna Lundberg, Lund University
Subject: Public Law