Henrik WenanderSenior Lecturer, Associate Professor
Research areas and keywords
UKÄ subject classification
- Public Law, Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Nordic Cooperation
I am associate professor (docent) and senior lecturer in public law. I teach and publish in Swedish and English. I am a member of the Faculty Committee on Doctoral Education and the Board of the Centre for European Research at Lund University.
My research deals with administrative law, especially its interplay with constitutional law and its international dimension. I have presented and published my research both in Sweden and in international conferences.
I take a special research interest in the legal aspects of Nordic cooperation. In 2014, I published a monograph (in Swedish) on Nordic legal cooperation to promote free movement between the Nordic countries. In this context, I have also researched the legal aspects of the Nordic border regions.
A further research interest is the constitutional role of the Swedish administrative branch in a comparative perspective.
In previous research projects I have explored the internationalization of public law and the cross-border cooperation of administrative agencies ("international administrative law" or "global administrative law"). My doctoral thesis from 2010 deals with duties to recognise foreign administrative decisions. I have developed some aspects of the thesis in an English language article in the Heidelberg Journal of International Law 2011.
I supervise projects of four doctoral candidates, Max Carlin (Public Law, supervisor), Torvald Larsson (Public Law, co-supervisor), Richard Croneberg (Tax Law, co-supervisor) and Gunnar Bramstång (Private International Law, co-supervisor). Previously, I co-supervised Eduardo Gill-Pedro (EU Law), who earned his doctoral degree in 2016.
Together with Professor Jane Reichel, Uppsala University, I am editor-in-chief of the Swedish administrative law journal Förvaltningsrättslig tidskrift.
I teach Swedish and European administrative law and constitutional law. Related to my teaching, I have published a textbook on essay writing in law (in Swedish), Att skriva rätt. Goda råd för uppsatsskrivning i juridik (with Elsa Trolle Önnerfors, Wolters Kluwer 2016).
I have on several occasions presented my research to the wider public, such as at the Faculty Open Day. In November 2014, I participated in a hearing before the Law Committee of the Danish Parliament, where I presented the Swedish legislation on protection of whistle-blowers. In 2015, I participated with a presentation of my latest research monograph at the Gothenburg Book Fair. Furthermore, I have commented upon legal matters in newspapers and television.
Recent research outputs
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