At the end of the course, a student will be able to
- discuss legal research,
- identify the central national and international discussions and networks of the research field,
- defend one’s own doctoral thesis research,
- evaluate doctoral thesis research projects
- finish the doctoral thesis.
Fyra gånger under läsåret klockan 16-18.
Research Seminar in
- Property Law (Martti Häkkänen)
- European Law GENIAL (Jaakko Husa, Juha Raitio, Ulla Liukkunen, Ville Pönkä)
- Finance Law (Marjaana Helminen)
- Finance Markets Law (Heikki Marjosola)
- Public Law (Ida Koivisto, Päivi Leino-Sandberg, Tuomas Ojanen, Päivi Korpisaari)
- International Law (Jan Klabbers, Martti Koskenniemi)
- International Private Law (Ulla Liukkunen)
- Medical and Bio Law (Liisa Nieminen)
- General Jurisprudence (Panu Minkkinen, Heikki Pihlajamäki)
- Legal History (Jukka Kekkonen)
- Family and Inheritance Law (Tapani Lohi)
- Criminal Law (Kimmo Nuotio)
- Svenskspråkiga forskarseminariet (Ellen Eftestöl-Wilhelmsson)
- Labor Law (Ulla Liukkunen, Jari Murto)
- Sports Law (Antti Aine)
- Law of Obligations (Katri Havu, Mika Hemmo)
- Association and Foundation Law (Heikki Halila)
- Private Law (Ulla Liukkunen, Jari Murto)
- Environmental Law (Kai Kokko)
Opetuskieli/Language of tuition: suomi, svenska, English
General assessment criteria are
- the breadth and depth of knowledge,
- level of comprehension and competence,
- the proper use of sources,
- the consistency of argumentation,
- the conviction of critical analysis,
- reasoned judgments and conclusions.
Teachers may define specified assessment criteria or matrixes based on the learning outcomes of the course and assessment items, and course-based parts of the completion methods.
Students complete the course by attending a researchers’ seminar. Researchers’ seminars involve scientific discussion based on the presentations and research of visiting experts. The recommended scope of a researchers’ seminar comprises presenting one’s research for the dissertation, serving as an opponent for another student’s research for a dissertation and, in addition to these two sessions, attendance at and preparations for 13 researchers’ seminar classes (2 hours per class). Researchers’ seminars are organised by independent disciplines or groups of disciplines. They are open to all the students of the Doctoral Programme in Law. Thus, students may complete the course by attending multiple different research seminars.
Assessment items: Course attendance and independent work.
The Responsible Professor announces the Research Seminar for registration when the course is completed.
Responsible Professor (each particular research seminars has its responsible teachers)